I’m sure that occasionally (or more likely, often) when discussing current color pallets offered by manufacturers I sound like a broken record. The new model is, generally speaking, that 95% of those that purchase the top-tier models for any given manufacturer will select one of three colors: black, gray or white. It reminds me of a book my wife bought for our son for Christmas one year called This Bridge Will Not Be Gray by Dave Eggers. It chronicles in a tongue-in-cheek manner the development of the Golden Gate bridge – reportedly, according to the text, the first orange bridge in the human history. “No bridge had ever been orange. Orange was silly. So most of those involved figured the bridge would be gray. Gray was serious. Gray was safe” the book states about the bridge, and I feel like a fair amount of people buying these near-exotic cars feel the same way. But in the book, Eggers talks about how one of the bridge’s designers – Edward Morrow – decided gray would be the wrong color; that if he was going to have to look at this bridge every day, it should look like something special. The person who ordered this Audi RS7 felt the same way:
CLICK FOR DETAILS: 2021 Audi RS7 Sportback on eBay
Model: RS7 Sportback
Engine: 4.0 liter twin-turbocharged V8
Transmission: 8-speed automatic
Mileage: 900 mi
Location: Jonesboro, Arkansas
Price: $149,980 Buy It Now
2021 Audi RS7 For Sale.
Finished in the Exclusive RIVIERA BLUE Exterior over a Black Interior.
This was a special order color and we are told that it is possibly the only 2021 Audi RS7 produced in this color.
Loaded with all the options from the factory.
Some options Include:
Audi Exclusive Color $3,900.
Carbon Optic Package $6,650, includes Carbon Fiber Exterior Trim, Carbon Rear Exterior Mirror Housings and 22 inch 5 V Spoke Design Wheels.
Bang & Olufsen 3D Advanced Sound System $4,900.
Black Alcantara Headliner $3,000.
Executive Package $2,500 includes Extended Leather, Heated Rear Seats, Heads Up Display and Soft Close Doors.
Driver Assistance Package $2,250 which includes Audi Adaptive Cruise with active lane assist, Audi Side Assist, rear cross traffic, Audi Pre Sense rear impact, Intersection Assist and Traffic Sign Recognition.
Sport Exhaust $1,000.
Carbon Twill Structure Inlay $500.
Red Brake Calipers $500.
This car is as new as they come. No marks, No Scratches, all original paint, NO STORIES!!!
*Two Master Remote Keys*
*Original Owners Manuals*
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The second-generation RS7 is back with even more power (591 horsepower and 590 lb-ft of torque) and strikes a slightly more aggressive pose than the last model, with the new etron-style lighting and giant air intakes. Performance is unsurprisingly quite impressive; 3.0 to 60, standing quarter mile in 11.3 seconds. It’ll also carry four in comfort and has nearly 50 cubic feet of storage when you’re alone. Air suspension is standard, and this one has pretty much every option out there; then, of course, there’s the Riviera Blue paint. Is this how I’d spec mine? Personally, no. It’s cool to see an unusual color, but it ends up looking a bit cartoonish to me. I greatly preferred the Navarra Blue Metallic RS6 Avant I looked at back in February, and if you’re willing to wait you can get a really pretty Ultra Blue base RS7 Sportback for some 30k less than the asking price here – brand new. As with the RS6, I actually prefer the less shouty base wheels, and it appears that basically no one orders the cars with them. So what do you say; does the loud color and fully-loaded package work on this super sportback?
Beautiful color no doubt but I think the car is too big for a bright color..::if this was a TTRS or an RS3 Rivera blue would look great. For a car of this size…:maybe one of the muted greens…British racing, goodwood or even ice green metallic from the Porsche palette will look great IMO
I don’t get it. Someone special orders this car, drives it 900 miles, and then sells it? Can you say DB?
For $150k and 900 miles how bizarre that it must be specified that the keys, mats and manual have not been lost. I think I would want those for that price. Ugly, tacky car, though, sorry Audi.
These manufacturers are making some of the most hideous wheels of all time right now. My god. Audi is not alone in that.
That car won’t age gracefully.
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