The 2023 Audi S6 and S7 sedans have been announced and both of them see no mechanical changes. On the cosmetics part, the performance-focused Audi sedans have gained a new Design Edition package which is $2,500 extra and available for order from June 2022. The new package introduces a new exterior color option and a different finish for exterior bits. Along with that the interior receives a similar sporty treatment. That said, both the 2023 S6 and S7 continue to be powered by a twin-turbocharged V6.

The 2023 Audi S6 and S7 performance sedan and Sportback respectively have been released by the company. There are no major changes done except for the addition of a new Design Edition package. The package comes with an exclusive Arrow Gray body-color with exterior bits done in Liquid Chrome Dark finish, 21-inch alloy wheels finished in Platinum Gray, and sporty interior design and accents. The already striking-looking S6 and S7 look even more striking courtesy of the above package. To put this into perspective let's have a look at the other finer details that you get on the exterior as well as the interior of the sedans. 

Starting with the exterior the package includes its unique finish on the exterior bits which is further accentuated by high-gloss Black optic package contents. The latter replaces all the shiny bits like the logo and badges with a high-gloss black finish. To provide a contrast with the new Gray exterior color the sedans get their roof in contrasting black color. To further complete the sporty look the front and rear bumper feature liquid dark chrome accents. While the matrix-design LED headlights to get black treatment to gel well with the overall new looks of the S6 and S7. 

That said, the matrix-design LED headlights are exclusive to the top-end Prestige trim. Between the headlights, Audi’s trademark single-frame grille is done in matte black while coming to the side one gets the window surrounded in high-gloss black. Rounding up the side looks the exterior mirror caps are also done in black color. Coming to the rear, the S6 gets a rear spoiler which is again finished in black while both the S6 and S7 roll on 21-inch wheels but with a different design. 

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The former gets 5-V-spoke structured design cast-aluminum wheels while the latter gets 5-V-spoke trapezoid design wheels. Finally, the puddle lamps on the S6 and S7 instead of projecting the Audi logo show Audi ‘S’ logo whenever the door opens. That said, apart from the Gray exterior color option the customers also get a slew of other exterior color options that include Brillant Black, Tango Red, Mythos Black, Daytona Gray, Florett Silver, Ultra Blue, Firmament Blue, and Glacier White. 

Coming to the interior of the S6 and S7, here the package lends the sedans a sporty cabin which is accentuated by contrast red stitching. While the other bits on the interior like the lower console, knee pads, and the gear selector are wrapped in Dinamica microfiber fabric to give the inside a sporty look. As for the seats, you get S sport seats done in Black Valcona leather and red contrast stitching. For the driver, it gets an RS-styled flat-bottom steering wheel wrapped in soft-touch Alcantara. 

The steering wheel gets a heating function. Coming to the powertrains of the S6 and S7 you get a 2.9-liter twin-turbocharged V6 which makes 444 hp and comes with an electric-powered compressor. The latter has been provided to eliminate turbo lag and provide a sharp throttle response at any RPM. That said, the 2023 S6 and S7 are on sale right now and the $2,500 extra Design Edition package can be ordered from June 2022 onwards.

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