Jumat, 30 Desember 2016

RS-Breitbau look and 700 hp


You have chosen the pre-facelift model of an Audi S7 Sportback between 2012 and 2014 and are now bothering with the bland optics and "only" 420 hp? Then you might have bought an RS 7 then. Because time can turn so badly, you can only look ahead and make the most of the situation. This is where M & D Exclusive Cardesign comes into play. The tuner from Dinslaken has now set up a vehicle called the Audi S7 MD700. And the basis for this could be ... exactly ... your old S7 Sportback.

Wide-body kit and parts from the Audi shelf
The transformation of the S7 car body dress to the brutal wide-body optics is carried out by M & D using the Widebody-Kit PD700R, which comes from the cooperation partner PriorDesign. The content? A complete exchange of the aprons, which are supplemented by a spoiler lip at the bow and a diffuser at the rear. Furthermore, the front fenders as well as the rear side walls with the side skirts in between are widened. In the swollen wheel arches, there is room for Forged R60 X-Concave rims in 21-inch format. The Audi shelf, on the other hand, comes with the post-facelift taillights and the RS-7 radiator grille. The car body was then covered with the Audi color "Glacier White" and spoiled by a striking full-stretch in the Le Mans style.

Optimized aerodynamics and increased performance
To ensure that the performance data match the RS wide-look look, M & D is also handy in the field of technology (for example, on the aerospace industry). A biturbo upgrade, an optimization of the intake air guidance as well as the installation of a special exhaust system including downpipes, HJS-Kats and RS-7 tailpipes also ensure a power increase of 280 hp and 400 Newtonmeter torque. The tuner tickles a total of 700 hp and 950 Newtonmeter from the 4.0-liter V8 petrol engine. For comparison: A current RS 7 performance (the current A7 top model from Audi) reaches 605 hp and 700 Newtonmeter.

Interior upgrades and conflict of interests
In the interior, M & D also installs an RS-7 sports steering wheel and also implements various encodings, which allow a TV use during the journey or access to secret menus. Whether you want to watch the favorite series at 250 km / h or explore some hidden menu strings? We have our doubts. Are you interested? Then ring the bell at M & D. And if you are not keen on rebuilding, or maybe you do not have an S7, you can also purchase the illustrated show vehicle.