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Ask Me Questions: 2019 Audi A7 — What do you want to know?

It’s been awhile since the second-generation of Audi A7 launched but we’re only getting around to driving it now. A couple of days ago, a 2019 A7 was graciously delivered to my door thanks to the kind people at Audi North America. As per usual, I have it for a week total and I finally get to see what it’s like to live with an A7 for a bit.

After my week with it, I’ll be writing a review and posting a video review of the new A7. However, in reviews, I can’t always answer every question readers/viewers might have or provide specific information that certain people might want to know. So if there are any specific questions you have about the second-gen Audi A7, ask them here or on any of our social media channels and I’ll make a video answering them.

Just so you don’t have to ask any spec-related questions, I’ll give you the rundown of my specific test car. It’s a 2019 Audi A7 in Ibis White with the Pearl Beige/Agate Grey interior. It’s the Prestige model, so it’s loaded to the gills with options, such as Matrix LED headlight with laser lights, four-zone climate control, ventilated seats and air-conditioned seats and a Bang & Olufsen surround sound system.

Right off the bat, the Audi A7 a stunning looking car. It’s sleek and seductive with crisp lines and creases in all the right places. While I don’t love the beige interior color scheme, the cabin is lovely as well. It’s typical of modern Audis but that’s not a bad thing. I’ve become quite used to Audi’s new Touch Response MMI system and, now that I’m familiar with it, I think it’s one of the very best systems in the business. The seats are excellent, the seating position is great and it’s whisper quiet inside even at highway speed.

So far, I’ve only driven it on short trips but I’ll have quite a lot more driving to do over the next few days. I can’t wait to continue spending some time with it to really get familiar with it. So ask away and a video will be coming soon, answering all of your questions.

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Nico DeMattia

I've been in love with cars since I was a kid, specifically German cars. Now I get to drive them talk about them on the internet.