After getting a huge response from the market, Audi has finally released the 2022 Audi RS7 which is now available for sale in your nearest Audi dealership. Changes on the 2022 RS7 have been kept minimal this time. There is a new RS-Design optional package along with more optional features and interior material choices. While the most interesting update this time is the addition of optional Dynamic Ride Control (DRC) which along with the all-wheel steering makes the handling of the RS7 sharper and reduces body roll when going around the bends.
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With the above changes, the RS7 sees a couple of grand price bump and the MSRP now starts at $119,595. Being based on a much lesser expensive Audi A7, the six-figure pricing of the 2022 RS7 Sportback seems expensive. But compare with the competition from German carmakers like the BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and Porsche the MSRP not only seem justified but also undercuts most of the rivals. That said, the 2022 RS7 comes only in a single trim which is power-packed with all the latest techs and a monstrous 591-hp, twin-turbo V8 engine delivering an exhilarating and powerful ride.