For some this is the ultimate deal, a powerhouse that can hang with exotics in a drag race, but also tame enough looks to blend in with a crowd when needed.
However, there are also those who think the RS 7 lacks the menacing presence that usually comes with cars capable of doing what the RS 7 does.
Wide-body kits usually come with a whole lot of garish accessories, mainly a bunch of aero bits that end up looking tacked on. Fortunately, for fans of clean design, the consensus at Prior Design was that the giant flared wheel arches were enough to give the car all the edge it needed, and boy were they right.
But that’s one box you probably shouldn’t tick. Instead, you should save that money for a wrap and wheels, because if you’re going to go wide body, you need something like the Atlantis Blue wrap from NRW, and PD3 Forged Superlight wheels from Prior to complete the look.
A stock RS 7 looks a little too skinny, like it has been skipping leg day when working out. With this widebody kit, Prior Design has given the RS 7 a strong visual presence, and I doubt we’ll see anyone do it much better than they have.