Filed under: Sedan , Audi , Diesel Audi A5 Sportback – Click above for high-res image gallery The arrival of the Audi A7 in the U.S. is almost a given, designed to slot in – predictably – between the A6 and all-new A8 , while finally providing Audi with a Mercedes-Benz CLS competitor.
Filed under: Coupe , Performance , Audi , Luxury 2011 Audi RS5 – Click above for high-res image gallery The on-again/off-again rumors about whether or not Americans will get to sample the hotter-than-hot Audi RS5 Coupe end now – the automaker has officially stated that the coupe will hit the States sometime in 2012. Yes, that’s a bit later than what had originally been speculated , but we’re still stoked that Audi has decided to include us on the RS5 goodness
Audi A5 2.0 TDI quattro S-Line Coupe Registration: BT58MRU Registered: 27/02/2009 Mileage: 30138 Transmission: Manual Fuel: Diesel Exterior Colour: Phantom Black
Filed under: Coupe , Audi , Reviews , Luxury 2010 Audi A5 – click above for high-res image gallery With the introduction of the A5 for 2008, Audi launched itself into a vehicle segment it had never competed in – one which has waned significantly over the past two decades. Not so long ago, the personal luxury coupe was one of the top selling segments in the U.S., but for a wide variety of reasons, the overall sales picture left it behind. Now you might ask yourself, “How is an A5 in any way similar to the likes of a 1970s-era Chevrolet Monte Carlo or Ford Thunderbird?” At first glance, the A5 is something completely different, but when you dig below the surface, there are more similarities than one might think – particularly when considering the 2.0T model
Filed under: Sedan , Technology , Audi , Luxury 2011 Audi A8 – Click above for high-res image gallery One day, we’ll be able to have wireless internet access from nearly every point on the globe.
The all-new A8 and updated Q7 won’t be the only vehicles in Audi’s line-up to benefit from the automaker’s new eight-speed gearbox.
Audi is pulling out its biggest gun yet for the Beijing Motor Show, and while the big news for the A8 L might be the 6.3-liter W12 and the sedan’s longer wheelbase, it’s the rear seat accommodations that have us frothing at the mouth.
Taking a great looking performance car and chopping off its roof is risky business – compromises are inevitable. That’s especially true in this modern age of unibody structures.