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The 2019 Audi A7 is absolutely loaded with tech goodness

German auto giant Audi has revealed the eagerly-awaited 2019 A7 Sportback and boy does it have some cutting edge tech to shout about.

The luxury A7 is fitted with the many of the same semi-autonomous driving features as the larger Audi A8.

Perhaps the headline feature is adaptive driving assistant, designed to help drivers stay in lane.

Audi is touting 39 driver assist systems in total, which include active cruise control and emergency braking. There’s also an efficiency assistant, which will help lower fuel consumption.

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The German auto giant has also upgraded the Audi Connect service, which will send out accident and hazard warnings to other drivers.

There’s also a 10.1-inch upper touchscreen that will display infotainment and navigation, while there’s a secondary 8.6-inch panel beneath that’ll handle the climate and comfort controls. It can also handle text input and offers audio and haptic feedback.

Thanks to an Audi AI button, the car can also remote park or return itself to the garage. Both will turn the car off and lock it up for you. Those features are rolling out in select markets in 2018.

Audi A7

Beyond the heavy tech infusion, the 2019 Audi A7 has a 3.0-litre V6 engine with 340 hp. There’s also a seven-speed, dual-clutch automatic gearbox.

The speed is rated at 0-62mph in 5.3-seconds, while Audi’s Ultra tech will switch to rear wheel drive whenever possible, in the top of boosting fuel efficiency.

Audi is also including a retractable spoiler that extends when you reach speeds of over 75mph. Nice.

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