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Made from FRP (Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic), the visual upgrades start from $9,000, which is not exactly cheap if you consider that you can find used Audi A7s from around $30,000 these days. However, throw in Liberty Walk's air suspension, and you will have to pay another $7,900, and that's without adding the special wheel and tire combo, or the modded exhaust. 

The parts are compatible with the standard A7 as well as the performance-oriented S7, both of which are getting ready to be replaced in the near future. The next generation will go down the same route and share its underpinnings with the A6, which is expected to debut next year, with a new design, inspired by the Prologue Concept. 

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