If you're looking to pick up Audi's latest big coupe-sedan, then it's one step closer to arrival. Audi USA has just priced the all-new A7. The new car has more tech and more features, and is cheaper than the outgoing car.

The 2019 Audi A7 will arrive in the U.S. in Premium, Premium Plus, and Prestige trims. All get a new 3.0L TFSI engine that adds a turbocharger instead of the supercharger of the outgoing car. Combine that new engine with a more advanced version of Audi's valvelift system and you get 335 hp and 369 lb-ft of torque. That's a healthy 44 lb-ft increase.

All A7s will use Audi's mild hybrid 48-volt system. The small belt-driven starter-alternator allows improved engine coasting and more use of start-stop.

Audi's second-gen virtual cockpit display will be available, with a 12.3-inch screen. It now has more Google Earth images and 3d city maps. An available Audi phone box connects your phone to the vehicle's antenna and can charge the device wirelessly.

Premium Plus and Prestige models get a Bang & Olufsen 3D 16-speaker audio system. Prestige models can be fitted with a 19-speaker, 1,820-watt system that should add a bit more bang to the Bang.

Collision avoidance systems include 360-degree view cameras, collision detection, turn assist that will help avoid collisions in left turns, intersection assist that monitors cross traffic when you're pulling into an intersection, as well as the usual blind spot monitoring and adaptive cruise control.

The 2019 A7 starts at $68,000 for the Premium, $1,700 less than last year's model. Premium Plus starts from $72,400, and the Prestige trim is $76,300.

The car should arrive at dealers later this year.