The assistance and safety systems make driving the Audi RS 7 Sportback even more relaxing and composed. The driver information system with rest recommendation is standard. It recognizes when the driver is beginning to tire and suggests a rest. The safety system Audi pre sense basic is also standard.
One particularly sophisticated optional system is the radar-supported adaptive cruise control (ACC) with stop&go function. It regulates the interval to the car a head at speeds between 0 and 250 km/h (155.34 mph). At speeds below 30 km/h (18.64 mph), the system initiates maximum braking if it detects an impending collision.
ACC with stop&go function works closely together with the Audi pre sense safety system. Audi side assist, which is also linked to a sub-function of Audi pre sense, uses rear-mounted radar to help drivers change lanes safely. Audi active lane assist helps the driver to remain in a given lane by gently intervening in the electromechanical steering, if necessary.
It draws its imagery from the same camera as the speed limit display, which presents recognized traffic signs on the driver information system display or the optional head-up display.
The park assist system with 360° display, another high-end system, handles steering instead of the driver. The night vision assistant with highlighting of detected pedestrians, makes for more relaxed driving at night. Its thermal imaging camera is far infrared system (FIR), meaning that the camera reacts to the heat radiated by objects. A computer converts the information from the camera into black and white images and shows them on the driver information system display. If the system detects a pedestrian in front of the car, it uses optical and acoustic signals to indicate them to the driver.
The equipment and data specified in this document refer to the model range offered in Germany. Subject to change without notice; errors and omissions excepted.