Mansory's 769-HP Audi RS7 Looks Like A Smurf Threw Up Inside It

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The exterior is surprisingly tame, though.

Mansory is not known for showing restraint. Most of its creations are unashamedly garish. By comparison, the tuner's new take on the Audi RS7 Sportback is relatively tame, with a body kit that doesn't ruin the styling. To make the styling more aggressive, Mansory has installed an assortment of carbon fiber add-ons.

A new splitter with canards adorns the front, while new side skirts, a rear diffuser, and a subtle tailgate spoiler give the RS7 a meaner look. Carbon forged carbon fiber accents are also applied around the grille. Custom 22-inch forged wheels finished in black with blue accents round off the cosmetic upgrades. But open the door and it's a different story.


The modified Audi RS7 Sportback features a two-tone interior with blue and black leather applied to the seats, dashboard, center console, door panels, and transmission tunnel. then, there's a spattering of white piping. All of this is supplemented with exposed carbon fiber accents.

The standard Audi RS7 Sportback isn't lacking in the performance department, but that hasn't stopped Mansory from tinkering under the hood to extract more power. In stock form, the RS7 Sportback's 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 produces a respectable 591 horsepower and 590 lb-ft of torque, which is sent to all four wheels through an eight-speed automatic transmission.

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Taking the RS7 Sportback's performance to the next level, Mansory has modified the ECU, installed two larger turbochargers, added a sport air filter, and fitted a high-performance exhaust system with quad tips. As a result of these modifications, the RS7 Sportback now generates 769 hp and 738 lb-ft of torque, enabling the high-performance luxury sedan to accelerate from 0-60 mph in three seconds, which is 0.5 seconds quicker than the standard car.

Mansory has certainly been busy, as the tuner is also working on upgrades for six supercars including the Ferrari SF90 Stradale, Maserati MC20, McLaren 765LT, Aston Martin DBX, and Porsche 911. Hopefully those aren't as vibrant as this.

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