Thanks to the unique design and a very unconventional liftback/fastback body style the Audi A7/S7 has become one of the most distinctive cars of the premium segment. Audi has combined the best tech of the A6 platform with a completely new liftback body style that hasn’t been used by the company since the early 80s. The last mass-produced 4-door liftback of the brand was Audi 100 C2 that was introduced back in 1977. The concept didn’t really change since that time: take the most popular full-size sedan platform and give it the new styling edge.
Perhaps the decision to resurrect this body style was inspired by the success of the Porsche Panamera which utilizes the same layout. 10 years down the road the production numbers prove that this idea was an unquestionable win for the manufacturer.
“While the S7 looks quite impressive in the stock form, any car enthusiast will agree that there’s always room for improvement.”
While the S7 looks quite impressive in the stock form, any car enthusiast will agree that there’s always room for improvement. To make this Audi S7 stand out even more, the owner decided to give it a serious treatment and installed an Air Lift Performance air suspension with a 3P management module.
The car seats a few inches off the ground on a set of 2-piece forged Turismo DVF 20” rims in a shiny silver finish. It seems like they’re too extreme for this car, but according to the OEM wheel size recommendations, it can safely accept up to a 275/30ZR21 tire without any modifications.
- AUDI S7 4G8
- V8 4.0 TFSI quattro 460HP
- Air Lift Performance air suspension with a 3P management module
- Turismo DVF 20” rims in a shiny silver finish
Watch the progress and find out more about this stanced Audi S7 by visiting the Instagram profile of the owner: @han_audirs4!
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Photography: Martin Katler
Matt is an automotive writer and journalist with more than 10 years of experience in the field of aftermarket modifications. He enjoys the diversity of the modern European car culture and appreciates it in every aspect.