Modded Audi A7 TDI Has Never Heard Of Dieselgate

What’s the best way of getting great mileage while rolling around in something that you just can’t miss? Why, upgrading a diesel-powered car, of course, like this Audi A7.

Its looks and amenities were probably enough to win the heart of its owner, but for some reason, he felt the need to upgrade it, and we’re not even talking about the usual chip tuning, sports air filter and new mufflers.

Finished in a stealthy matte black wrap, the A7 3.0 TDI now features a wide body kit, which may have been sourced from Liberty Walk, and rides on 21-inch two-tone wheels wrapped in beefy rubber. There’s also a large wing and an air suspension and even a loud exhaust system that has dramatically changed the sound of the 3.0-liter V6 TDI diesel engine found under the hood.

Speaking of which, we cannot tell you if the owner fiddled with the powertrain in order to make it more powerful, but in stock form, depending on the version selected, the unit is capable of producing between 204 PS (201 HP) and 313 PS (309 HP) and up to 650 Nm (479 pound-feet) of torque, with the latter propelling the range-topper from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 5.3 seconds.

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