The 2020 A7 Hybrid should look an awful lot like the 2019 A7, as it will be a carryover model with few major changes. The redesigned 2019 model had a lower and wider grille, larger air inlets, and an adaptive rear spoiler that deploys at 75 mph. The redesign also included a dual-touchscreen setup that is comprised of a 10.1-inch upper screen and an 8.6-inch lower screen that carries climate and other controls.
We don’t have exact powertrain specs yet, but expect the same 3.0-liter V6 and 48-volt mild hybrid system that makes 335 horsepower and 369 pound-feet of torque. Power will be delivered through a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox and standard Quattro all-wheel drive.
We also expect to see plenty of standard advanced safety tech, including automatic emergency braking, pedestrian detection, adaptive cruise, rear collision avoidance, rear cross-traffic alerts, blind-spot monitors, and a 360-degree camera.
The A7 competes with other four-door coupes like the Porsche Panamera, BMW 8 Series Gran Coupe, and Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class. Audi just announced pricing for the 2020 S7 Sportback but has not yet announced pricing for the standard A7. The 2019 model started at $68,000 before destination, options, or taxes.