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Audi A7


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A car produced by Audi beginning in 2010.

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The following section is an excerpt from Wikipedia's Audi A7 page on 29 August 2019, text available via the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

The Audi A7 is an executive car produced by Audi since 2010. A five-door liftback, it features a sloping roofline with a steeply raked rear window and integrated boot lid (forming the so-called "Sportback"), and four frameless doors.

The A7 is in essence, a four door fastback version of the C7-series Audi A6, based on the Volkswagen Group MLB platform. The A7 was released before the more conventional A6 saloon/estate. Both cars share the same core structure, drivetrain, chassis, dashboard and interior, whilst the A7 has its own unique exterior panelwork. It also differs from the A6 in that it uses aluminium for much of its front body structure. The A7 was also the first fastback to appear within the Audi C-platform series since the Avant version of the C2 Audi 100, which was discontinued in 1982.

The vehicle was unveiled in Pinakothek der Moderne art museum in Munich on 26 July 2010, and later at the 2010 Paris Motor Show, 2011 New York Auto Show, W├Ârthersee Tour 2011 (in Misano Red)

The vehicles went on sale in fall 2010.


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DateArticleAuthor/Source
14 June 20152015 Audi A7 TDI Review Sleek, Spacious, Sporty and Super-Efficient Patrick Rall
21 August 2019Volkswagen Group of America, Inc., Receipt of Petition for Decision of Inconsequential NoncomplianceFederal Register: NHTSA (Otto G. Matheke III)
23 October 2020Volkswagen Group of America, Inc., Receipt of Petition for Decision of Inconsequential NoncomplianceFederal Register: NHTSA (Otto G. Matheke III)


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