Audi’s talented technocrat
The new A7 Sportback is crammed with high-end autonomous technology, but is it any good for humans to drive?
Cars like the Audi A7 Sportback, now launching in its second generation following the model’s first arrival eight years ago, are necessarily compromised. Here we have a vehicle that is trying to combine the properties of a large luxury saloon with the practicality of a hatchback and the desirability of a coupe.
Trying to cover so many parameters can often leave a car feeling confused and unresolved. So much so that in the...
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