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Some styling cues are seen on modern production cars
The story goes that back in the late '90s, Volkswagen boss Ferdinand Piech decided his empire was going to build the world's fastest, most powerful supercar. Only he didn't know what badge it was going to have. The Big Man
“It majors on rolling refinement and safe, predictable handling”
The Q5 has done the numbers for Audi ever since it came out in 2008, selling in vast quantities pretty much everywhere it's available. In fact, the previous iteration was, says the company, the "world's best-selling premium midsize" SUV
The 2021 Formula E season will be Audi’s last
Big news, motorsport fans of the internet. 2021's Formula E season will be the last for Audi's factory-backed team. It's quitting the sport to focus on the Dakar Rally, which it will enter in 2022 with an "innovative
Audi’s smallest sporty crossover gets sharper styling, more tech
How time flies. Just two years after it was first revealed at the Paris Motor Show (remember motor shows?), Ingolstadt's S3 on stilts, the Audi SQ2, has been updated with minor visual tweaks and tech upgrades.Starting at the front, the
This RS6 GTO concept was designed by Audi Sport interns
Flipping heck. Hands up if you weren't quite ready for this. We weren't. This is the Audi RS6 GTO, and it's barking mad in the very best sort of way."Is there anything the Audi RS6 can't do?"
Here’s why we love the Audi RS6
There are many reasons to love the new Audi RS6: Its pugnacious stance, the newfound duplicity of the 592hp 4.0-liter bi-turbo V8 engine, a whopping 1,680 liters of cargo space, and, of course, the fact that it goes
Is that a good or a bad thing?
In the late '90s when Jordan (the model, not the beautiful Arabian land) and Habbo Hotel were a thing, the public's perception of a fast hatchback was quite different to what it is today. Back then, making a small car fast
Expect to pay quite a bit more than a regular TT
Yep, you did read that subheading correctly-this is a €114,000 (P6.53 million) Audi TT. Gosh. Of course, it isn't just any TT-this is the TT RS 40 Years of Quattro. In fact, to give it its proper
According to Interbrand’s ‘Best Global Brands 2020’
It's that time of the year once again: International brand consultancy firm Interbrand has just released its list of the top 100 Best Global Brands of 2020. And for the nth time in the row, Toyota ranks highest among all automotive
It stands out by not standing out
You're in luck: Here's the new Audi S8. Not that you'll have noticed. It's difficult to think of any car you can spend £100,000 on, packing a 563hp wallop, that commands this little attention.To recap, the
Only 40 kits will be made
This is not your average automotive modification, because it looks like something Audi itself would have built had it decided, back in the '80s, to build a motorsport-infused Coupe.It is indeed a modification, undertaken by Prior Design, and pays homage
Meet the RS5 Ascari and Black Optic
The new Audi RS5 hasn't even turned a year old yet, and it's already getting some updates. Well, in the US, that is. Both Coupe and Sportback variants of this premium sports sedan just landed in that market, and along
Like it?
Welcome to the latest on the growing list of SUV-coupes, the Audi Q5 Sportback. Which follows last year's release of the e-tron Sportback and the Q3 Sportback, and the industry's recent trend for coupe-ifying literally everything.Looking
A tribute to the Nürburgring
Apparently, it was three-time Formula 1 champion Jackie Stewart who first called Germany's Nürburgring the 'Green Hell.' Sixty or so years later, the nickname stands-the 20.8km Nordschleife, which runs through the heavily wooded Eifel Mountains, has changed
It's throwback time
This rather strange-looking vehicle is the Volkswagen Iltis. It's a military 4x4 that also spawned a civilian version. Born in the late '70s, it was an evolution of something called the DKW Munga, brought up to date by borrowing parts
Sibling rivalry?
Normally, both of these cars are four-wheel-drive. Here, they're both rear-wheel-drive. Usually, because these are supercars, the manufacturers would find some tenuous justification for charging more money) for fewer driven wheels. But no, these two newcomers are
Prepare to be electrified
A very conventional Audi-that's probably the first thing to note about the e-tron. This is an electric car that doesn't seek to blur boundaries or act radical, but simply persuade regular SUV buyers to make the jump. Audi
The world has gone mad for super SUVs
Right. Let's all agree here and now that the world doesn't need any more tuned Audi RSQ8s. This has to be the final one.This is ABT's second attempt at fettling Audi's flagship SUV after its first try
Enough performance for your daily drive and then some
Time was, you'd need something like a Porsche 911 or a BMW M3 to get sub-5sec 0-100kph times. Now, you just need a 2.0-liter turbocharged small Audi, here revealed in S3 Sportback and S3 Sedan varieties.Both
It's just hard to justify
Audi's crack at the SUV-that-thinks-it's-a-supercar segment. It already makes the understated and talented SQ7 and SQ8, but this is a full-house RS model, so gets the same lunatic 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8
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