AUDI RS 7 SPORTBACK E-TRON QUATTRO PHEV
wattev2buy explores the AUDI RS7 Sportback e-tron PHEV specs, range, price, battery, charge time, and pictures as it vies for a position in the growing EV market.
AUDI is expected to bring a plug-in electric version of the second generation RS 7 Sportback in 2019. A prototype was recently spotted at the Nurburgring masked as an AUDI A7. The performance version of the mid-size sedan is rumored to have the same powertrain as the Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid, churning out as much as 700 horsepower.
AUDI RS 7 SPORTBACK E-TRON QUATTRO PHEV SPECS
AUDI RS 7 SPORTBACK E-TRON QUATTRO PHEV SALES
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