First off both cars in the Audi lineup are great looking classy sedans. Audi’s vehicles maybe have the best interiors and with turbo v8 and 406 lb-ft of torque the 2016 Audi S7 is really a beast. They also made some subtle changes to that grill too and we can all agree that now it looks even more attractive.
Audi has always had maybe the best looking interiors among the competitors, and while this is true the exterior is now catching up. Audi’s lineup of hatchbacks sedans is being updated for the 2016 series. The 2016 Audi S7 receives cosmetic as well as mechanical updates that are not too big to be a breakthrough but they are sure headed toward making a great vehicle even better.
On the outside, the current model’s more boxy front and its kinda rectangular lower air intakes are replaced so that the new lineup looks way more elegant than sporty. You’ll also get the new LED head- and taillamps that we already saw on the A7 and RS7. The S-trademark is here just to quadruple the exhaust pipes.
The 2016 Audi S7 hides a real treat under the hood, a twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V-8 muscling up from 420 horsepower to a nice number of 450. The torque has not been meddled with, but 406 lb-ft are more than enough for anyone wanting the best performance. When it comes down to the engine, it’s very familiar to a lot of drivers because its spread across almost the whole Audi lineup and we won’t forget Bentley either. There is a difference in some aspects to the engine than the RS series. The power is delivered with a huge amount of force while the only thing that is missing is the raucous below and rawness of the RS7. Its smooth and seamless character belies how quick this car is once you came the thing, and the 2016 Audi S7 charges easily up to a governed 155-mph top speed.
The 2016 Audi S6 is more like a little brother to the A6 but in a very good way it takes everything that’s excellent with the A6 sedan. We can say that the 2016 Audi S6 borrowed the elegant design, as well as the rich interior materials, and of course the innovative technology. The best part is that is even better than the A6 weighing on more power in the form of a 420-hp twin-turbocharged V-8 with a seven-speed automatic.
We were impressed when we hear that it will have an all-wheel drive and a road-hugging suspension that will help with harnessing all that power and making a very comfortable and durable drive on almost every weather conditions. And of course as almost everything this comes at a certain price and only few cars combine this level of excellence. The updated 2016 Audi S6 is expected in 2015 as a 2016 model.
It is obvious Audi has given the car more power so it can bark up the tree of all the other competitors in the class. Extroverts may prefer Audi’s approach with RS models, say the RS7, which is to make them even faster (and more expensive) than the S models but also to more brazenly proclaim their ultrahigh performance with giant air intakes, fender flares, and overstated wheels. But that’s not to everyone’s taste.
The S6 is somewhat lighter than its bulkier brother the S7. This isn’t unnoticed because that turns it into a slightly quicker and lighter performer. The handling is very sleek, you can toss the car in curves with ease, also the stability control system makes it easier for you but if you want a challenge you can always turn it of. Standard on the S6, the adaptive air suspension lowers the body by 0.8 inch at speed.