The main differentiator between S6 and S7 is out back.
If you care a bit more about fashion, the S7 should be the more appealing choice.
It will launch in Europe with a diesel engine.
Since the US doesn't exactly love diesels, though, we get something else.
The US-spec S6 and S7 will receive a 2.9-liter turbo V6 mated to the same electric compressor and 48-volt mild hybrid system.
Net output here is a more balanced 430 horsepower and 443 pound-feet of torque.
All-wheel drive is standard in both the US and Europe, as is an eight-speed automatic transmission.
If that's not enough, the new S6 and S7 mark the first time that Audi will offer four-wheel steering in these vehicles.
The S7 is more expensive than the others at 82,750 euro about ($93,000) to start in Germany.
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