To remind you you’re not sitting in any old A7, there are some sporty details that hint at the 444hp under the S7’s bonnet.
Things such as the carbon fibre inserts, aluminium pedals, grey dial faces and some S badges here and there add some flair to the otherwise sober interior.
Apart from the racy bits you still get the same beautifully finished cabin as in the normal A7, with an infotainment screen that tucks away into the dashboard when not in use. This, combined with the brushed aluminium buttons, makes the S7’s interior a great place to spend time.
It's all very well built but you need to spend some money on options to make it really good
The only gripe with this near-faultless interior is that Audi wants £2,345 for the latest infotainment system with 3D maps. The sat-nav that you get as standard is easy to use but doesn’t offer the functionality of the newer system.