By John Mac, December 13, 2018

The Audi RS7 has been spied whilst carrying out a spot of cold weather testing from Sweden, following at the forefront of the A4 Avant covered earlier in this week.

There was for the RS7 A mule seen blasting around the Nurburgring in June and had expanded the front and back wheel arches.

Last year Marc Lichte, Audi’s layout boss, instructed Evo the new RS7 will be offered with two drivetrains. The bottom version will contain a 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 based around the motor employed in the Porsche Panamera and Bentley Continental GT.

While the entry RS7 will have around 485kW/815Nm to its title, a more robust variant will game 520kW of power around. It’s the very first prototype to put in the body panels and bumpers intended for manufacturing Even though this is simply not the very first catalyst of this RS7. With this spy photograph collection we may observe the rides that are RS7 in a large set of metal wheels.

This drive-train is supposed to be related to the sole utilized from the electrical drive Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid, that pairs a 4.0-litre twin turbo v-8 with a electrical motor. We expect you’ll find the customary collection of air intakes that were over-sized enclosing the grille, although the leading of the car is effectively disguised. There’s an aggressive cutout enclosing the RS7’s two oval exhaust hints.