Audi presented the new designe of A7 in all its five-door coupe/fastback sedan glory. Packing the same semi-autonomous driving technology and infotainment system as the recently revealed A8 flagship sedan, the A7 looks ready to take on competitors like the Mercedes-Benz CLS and BMW 6 Series Gran Coupe. It certainly has a sleeker look than the A8, but how does the A7’s new design compare to its predecessor?Up front, it would make sense for the A7 to borrow most of its design details from the A5 Sportback, but it actually doesn’t. Yes, there are similarities, especially in the hood, but the A7 gets its own wide grille and distinctive headlights. The grille and headlights are also the biggest change you’ll see from the previous A7’s front end, as well. In profile, you see that Audi kept the overall shape about the same, only now with sharper creases in some of the body panels.
LED taillights will probably be the most controversial design decision on the A7
Audi gave the redesigned A7 completely new taillights. Running the entire width of the rear end, these LED taillights will probably be the most controversial design decision on the A7. If you ask us, they look like very nice versions of the ones Hyundaiuses on some of its vehicles. The A7’s most distinctive feature—its rear hatch—is still there, though.
America’s top-selling truck receives a host of updates for the 2018 model year. In addition to new safety technologies, the F-150 offers a revised set of engines, including a new 3.0-liter turbodiesel. The 2018 model also expands the availability of the 10-speed automatic transmission throughout the lineup and receives a host of styling updates.