How to manage
a smooth transition
of power.

How to manage <br/>a smooth transition <br/>of power.
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2018 Audi RS 7 quattro®

Sensing an opportunity to pull ahead.
Putting twin-turbocharged power to the ground is a challenge that two-wheel drive may struggle with. The quattro® all-wheel drive system in the Audi RS 7 can detect wheelspin and distribute torque to the wheels with the most traction. You can call it a team effort.

Standard quattro® all-wheel drive

Under most conditions, the quattro® all-wheel drive system’s torque distribution ratio is 40:60 front-to-rear for dynamic handling and performance. A sophisticated self-locking center differential can send as much as 70 percent of power to the front wheels or 85 percent to the rear wheels to help maintain control and optimize performance.

Sport differential

A standard Sport differential can direct torque to the outside rear cornering wheel to help improve directional response when you’re rounding a corner.
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Torque vectoring

To help enhance directional stability around corners, the quattro® system slows the inside cornering wheels by applying minimal, selective braking pulses.
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