2023 Audi A7 Family Adds New Tech, Updates Packages

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The Audi A7 lineup is entering the 2023 model year with equipment and package revisions that aim to build upon the more extensive updates it received for 2022, with pricing creeping up to reflect some of those changes.

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A noticeable difference for 2023 for the base A7 is that the Premium trim now gets adaptive cruise control with lane-centering steering as part of the Convenience Package. Prestige variants get Remote Park Assist Plus, while the S Line and Black Optic packages have been blended together and are now available on all trims.

Meanwhile, the sportier S7 gets an all-new Premium trim for 2023. It receives a package that splashes red contrast stitching on the cabin seats, center armrest, center console, door armrests and shifter, as well as red edging for the black seat belts. The S7’s Premium Plus trim now comes with an LED interior lighting package, heated rear seats and a leather package. Prestige variants get the remote park assist feature; the range-topping RS 7 adds the same feature to its Executive Package along with a black headliner.

Powertrains for the 2023 Audi A7 lineup are largely carried over from 2022, though the plug-in hybrid is no longer available. Base A7s get a 335-horsepower, turbocharged 3.0-liter V-6; the S7 gets a 444-hp, twin-turbo 2.9-liter V-6; and the RS 7 gets a 591-hp, twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8. A7 models get a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, while the S7 and RS 7 get an eight-speed automatic. All-wheel drive is standard across the entire model lineup.

Pricing and Release Date

The 2023 Audi A7 lineup is available now, and full pricing (including $1,095 destination charge) is below.


  • Premium: $71,295
  • Premium Plus: $76,445
  • Prestige: $80,445


  • Premium: $84,595
  • Premium Plus: $88,795
  • Prestige: $92,595

RS 7

  • Base: $124,995

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