Daytona Gray Pearl Audi RS7 Upgraded With ADV.1 Wheels

For the most part, the Audi RS7 is one of the best high-performance cars available on the market today. It’s able to haul a family of four, complete with loads of cargo in the rear, while being able to give Ferraris and Lamborghinis a run for their money. The RS7 features a powerful 4.0 Liter V8 TFSI engine which delivers a whopping 560 horsepower and 516lb-ft of torque. This kind of performance levels allows the Audi RS7 to sprint from 0-62mph (0-100km/h) in just just 3.7 seconds. When Audi tested the RS7 on the track, it managed to achieved a top speed of 174mph (280km/h). Not bad for a vehicle that can haul four people, loads of baggage and still look amazing.

While a bit long in the tooth design wise, this pre-facelift Daytona Gray Pearl Audi RS7 still looks incredible. However, for the owner of this RS7, the need to add an aftermarket touch to his vehicle was prevalent. Hence, the owner turned to GMP Performance for his aftermarket tuning needs.

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Daytona Gray Pearl Audi RS7 Upgraded With ADV.1 Wheels

The choice for this Audi RS7’s visual makeover is a set of ADV.1 Wheels. These wheels are some of the lightest and most appealing vehicles available on the market today, giving high-performance vehicles like these an intricate finishing touch. For this build, the owner chose a set of ADV5.0 M.V2 Superlight wheels. These come in sizes of 21×10.5 in the front and 21×10.5 rear. Thanks to a Matte Black finish and 50/50 Exposed Hardware option, the wheels add that perfect accent to this gorgeous vehicle.

Grab a detailed look at the complete photoshoot of this Daytona Gray Pearl Audi RS7 with ADV.1 Wheels below.

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