German tuner ABT is celebrating 10 years of the Audi RS7 with a restricted mannequin known as the Legacy Version. We have seen spectacular RS7-based builds from the corporate earlier than, however the Legacy Version goes additional with an aggressive-looking design and supercar-like horsepower.
ABT began with the RS7 Efficiency, took it aside, and included an extended listing of modifications whereas placing it again collectively. Energy nonetheless comes from a twin-turbocharged, 4.0-liter V8, however its output will increase to 760 horsepower and 723 pound-feet of torque — that is up from 621 and 627, respectively, within the common manufacturing automotive. The corporate notably put in turbochargers developed in-house and a brand new intercooler.
The suspension system will get adjustable coilovers and edition-specific sway bars, whereas the Legacy Version rolls on 22-inch wheels painted in gloss black. Odds are you’ll be able to hear this RS7 coming from a number of blocks away, however it ought to flip each head even when it is parked. It receives a full carbon fiber physique equipment that features a entrance splitter with wings, aspect skirts, and a rear wing mounted on the factory-fitted spoiler.
Simply to clear up any confusion, the fenders get “1 of 200” emblems to inform onlookers they are not seeing an ordinary RS7. This emblem seems on the door sills as nicely, and ABT additionally added a suede-like cloth known as Dinamica to the gear selector, the shifter, and the seat frames. Final however not least, the driving force faces a Legacy Version-specific Alcantara-upholstered steering wheel with a racing-inspired pink 12-o’clock mark.
ABT will construct 200 items of the Audi RS7 Legacy Version. Pricing begins at €102,600 (about $114,800) excluding the donor automotive and set up.
In the event you like the concept of a 700-plus-horsepower V8-powered Audi however want extra room, ABT would not restrict the scope of its tuning actions to the RS7. In 2021, it confirmed off a hot-rodded RS Q8 whose 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 (the identical engine because the RS7) made 740 horsepower.