What is the Phantom?
Think of the S7 as the A7's more athletic sibling. It packs more power from a 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6, features slightly more aggressive exterior looks, and has more performance-oriented brakes and suspension and a more sport-forward interior. It also costs significantly more than the standard A7, and whether it's worth the hefty premium will depend on your preference for performance.
The current S7 sedan has been around (and left almost completely unchanged) since 2020. As a result, it's time for a mild face-lift. Audi's announced the 2024 model will get a new honeycomb grille, wheel designs, and four new exterior colors. And we'd expect to see some new interior tech. Even though Audi has changed up the trim levels of the A7 in Europe, we don't expect those changes to make their way stateside. At most Audi will shake up which equipment comes as standard on the trims sold here — Premium, Premium Plus and Prestige. Beyond that, though, the refreshed S7 will likely be very similar to the current car, and those who are considering this sleek and sporty sedan won't miss out on much if they decide to buy one sooner rather than later.