words: Bill, photos: Jonathan James
The Audi exclusive program is great if you want to make your Audi personal and unique. It’s obvious that the original owner of the RS 7 dove into the color palette and chose a color that is definitely unique and probably polarizing. Here’s the ad:
2014 Audi RS 7
Clean title/no accidents
Packages/Options: $131035 MSRP
Audi Exclusive Color Porsche Signal Green (factory painted car, not a repaint/wrap)
I haven’t found another like it Black leather/quilted stitching Bang & Olufsen Audio Carbon Optic pkg – gloss black trim – carbon fiber mirror housings – quattro script front grille – Carbon fiber front spoiler/rear diffuser Black Alcantara headliner Carbon fiber interior trim Innovation pkg – Head Up display – Night Vision assist Driver Assistance pkg – Adaptive cruise with stop & go – Pre-sense plus – lane assist – corner view cam Black exhaust finishers 21” 5-spoke Blade design wheels Power soft-closing doors Modifications: APR Tune: stock, 91, 93, 100 octane selectable maps Milltek stainless exhaust with valved mufflers H&R lowering module Front PPF (bumper/hood/fenders) Ceramic coated Recent Maintenance: New control arms New ball joints Oil change Known flaws/issues: Adaptive cruise works intermittently
So what do you think? Would this RS 7 fit in your garage and your taste? The current owner says that he hasn’t seen another one like it. There is a way to find out how many of your particular Audi model were sold in the States; just send your VIN and Audi model to Audi of America at [email protected]. It’s a pretty good chance that this RS 7 is a 1 0f 1. I personally love it but I’m sure it’s something most would not. It is listed on Facebook Marketplace for $52,900 and you can find it HERE.