Pogea Racings Sinful Audi A7

Tuning

The German tuning firm Pogea Racing has completed a performance kit specifically designed for the Audi A7. Called the "Seven Sins", the tuner got down to business first by remapping the ECU of the Audi sportback model for a software optimization that draws more power from both the 3.0 TDI and the 3.0 TFSI engines. On the 3.0-liter TDI Multitronic, Pogea managed to boost the output to 248-horses, and for the 3.0 TDI S-Tronic the final output was bumped up to 285-hp.

The performance tuning on the supercharged 3.0 TFSI consists of an increased power output to 340-horsepower. The great thing is that Pogea also offers to remove all electronic V-max top-speed limits too. Prices for the engine tunings mentioned begin at €1799 ($2,427). In addition to engine upgrades, Pogea also offers an optional sport air filter and stainless-steel sport exhaust. The tuner can also fit the A7 with a coilover suspension, along with some black and chrome 20-inch rims.

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