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2019 Audi A7 Interior Review


Interior: 7.7

The 2019 Audi A7 has an attractive cabin finished with premium materials. It offers comfortable passenger accommodations and a good amount of space. It also has one of the largest cargo holds in the class. The A7's infotainment features are high-tech and user-friendly.

  • "Beyond the screens, the cabin is well finished and rational, although lacking the theater of the more extravagant interior in the Mercedes-Benz CLS." -- Car and Driver
  • "The rest of the A7's cabin is no less slick or covetable, with first-class leathers, low-gloss open-pore woods and real metal trim configured in both painstaking and artful fashion. … Like the A8 above it and the A6 below it, the A7 offers a class-leading interior that feels entirely worthy of its no-doubt premium pricing." -- CNET
  • "Slide into the new A7, and its redesigned cabin presents a dramatically updated look and feel over the outgoing model. There are pleasantly sculpted interior surfaces with available wood veneer treatments which gently arc and flow with those creases." -- Autoblog


The 2019 A7 seats five people and comes standard with leather upholstery, heated and eight-way power-adjustable front seats, and a power tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel. Options include Valcona leather upholstery, ventilated and 12-way power-adjustable front seats, heated rear seats, a heated steering wheel, and ventilated, 18-way power-adjustable front seats with massaging function.

The A7's front seats are comfortable and offer plenty of room for occupants to stretch out. Back-seat legroom is sufficient, but taller passengers may wish for more headroom.

  • "There is a good range of seating-position adjustment for front-seat occupants, and even with a six-footer driving, there is adequate legroom for another one in back. The roof will feel low for even average-size adult occupants in the rear seat, however." -- Car and Driver
  • "Also as before, there's plenty of room to stretch out in front, while rear-seat passengers have surprisingly decent legroom (a bit more than before, in fact), and adequate headroom for a pair of 6-footers (taller if they're willing to slouch a bit)." -- CNET
  • "While exterior proportions remain unchanged, the A7's new aluminum and steel chassis expands half an inch in wheelbase and 0.8 inches in interior length, boosting legroom, headroom, and knee room for rear passengers. Access to those rear seats now involves less head banging, while the slick, frameless door design has thankfully been retained." -- Autoblog

Interior Features

Standard features in the 2019 A7 include a panoramic sunroof, tri-zone automatic climate control, proximity key entry, push-button start, and a 7-inch driver information display. The standard touch-screen infotainment system includes an 8.8-inch upper display, an 8.6-inch lower display, a 10-speaker stereo, Bluetooth, multiple USB ports, navigation, HD Radio, satellite radio, Android Auto, and Apple CarPlay. Standard driver assistance features include a rearview camera, front and rear parking sensors, rain-sensing windshield wipers, forward collision warning, pedestrian detection, and automatic emergency braking.

Optional features include rear sunshades, power soft-closing doors, four-zone automatic climate control, wireless device charging, a 12.3-inch virtual cockpit display, a 10.1-inch upper touch screen, and a 16- or 19-speaker Bang & Olufsen sound system. Optional safety technologies include blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, Audi Pre Sense Rear, a surround-view camera, automatic high beams, adaptive cruise control, traffic sign recognition, lane departure warning, lane keep assist, a head-up display, night vision assistant with pedestrian detection, and Intersection Assistant. Intersection Assistant warns you if it detects cars approaching from the side as you move through an intersection.

The new dual-screen touch interface is fairly straightforward and easy to learn and use. Commands are processed quickly, and both haptic feedback and audio cues confirm when you click a virtual button. Aside from a volume knob, there are few physical controls.

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  • "The system seems a little complicated at first, especially given the intuitive nature of the turn-and-click MMI system it replaces, but we quickly got used to its basic architecture and found it to be mostly smart and well thought out. Both touchscreens have haptic resistance that gives a positive click action and makes inputs more obvious than with a regular capacitive system. Many functions can also be controlled by voice input through a speech-recognition button on the steering wheel." -- Car and Driver
  • "… the Audi’s slick virtual cockpit instrument display is matched by two center-stack displays, the upper one for infotainment, navigation and such, the lower one for climate control and other sundry functions. Both are haptic (with adjustable sensitivity) with audio confirmations; the lower one being particularly easy to interface with a finger because your wrist rests on the shifter. … The lower screen’s search-by-cursive-text-recognition is great (again, that steadied right wrist is crucial); its natural-language voice recognition is sourced by both onboard and cloud-based computing. … All that’s great, but I need a lot more time in my time-zone with less jetlag and more cappuccinos, before passing too much judgment." -- Motor Trend
  • "While not perfect, I'm prepared to say that Audi's MMI is the best multi-touchscreen system I've yet experienced. It's very powerful, very crisp, configurable, low latency, and most importantly, it's surprisingly intuitive. You can drag-and-drop shortcut icons to organize screens as you wish, and you have Apple CarPlay and Android Auto at your disposal if you'd rather go that route. … If there's a major annoyance factor once the system is learned, it's the screens' constant and persistent fingerprints. Some of them are not easily removed, and depending on one's viewing angle and the position of the sun, they can be all too visible. What I like best about MMI is that quite often, there are multiple ways to access the same function, whether via menus, switchgear, natural voice control or personally set 'favorite' functions. The system adapts to you, not the other way around, and makes it much easier to use." -- CNET


The 2019 A7 has one of the largest cargo holds in the class, with 24.9 cubic feet of cargo space. A hands-free power liftgate is standard.

  • "… with the rear seats down, [there's] enough space to place two golf bags sideways." -- Autoblog
  • "Beneath the power-operated rear hatch, the trunk space is shallow but long." -- Car and Driver
  • "And there's also gobs of cargo room … substantially more capacious than rivals like today's Mercedes-Benz CLS and BMW 6 Series Gran Coupe. Indeed, [measurements are] more than longer, class-above sedans like the Mercedes-Benz S450 4Matic, and Audi's own 2019 A8 sedan." -- CNET

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