YouTube has announced the list of artists, including three from South Africa, who will participate in its Black Voices Music Class of 2022. The…
The Audi A7 Sportback isn’t exactly new. In fact, it first went on sale globally in 2010. But now Audi has added a beefier turbo-diesel to the line-up, complementing a 3.0-litre petrol version, two less powerful diesels and, of course, the range-topping, fire-breathing 4.0-litre V8 S7.
And, as it turns out, this new bi-turbo powerplant — still in the familiar 3.0-litre V6 guise — is a bit of a technological wonder in itself. As the name suggests, it makes use of a pair of turbochargers to delivery oodles of oomph to all four wheels pretty much throughout the rev-range. A tiny turbocharger takes care of proceedings from idle to somewhere around 2500rpm, before a second, far larger turbo chimes in all the way through to the 5200rpm redline.
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