Tuesday, 30 October 2012

'Bagged A7

The A7 is a bit of an opinion divider - partly for its role in Audi's masterplan of making a four-door coupé variant of seemingly every car in the model range, and partly because its rear end looks really sad and depressed.
Love 'em or loathe 'em, however, you can't deny that the removal of ground clearance adds a little something. Much like the hugely long cars of 1960s America, the sizeable A7 cuts quite a dash when the entire bulk is sitting on the floor - it's that old idea of so-wrong-it's-right; something this massive looks brilliantly peculiar when slammed.
It's an AccuAir air-ride system that gets it sitting so low over those 10x20" three-piece Messer rims. Beyond that, the TDI A7 is largely standard. Works though, doesn't it?
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