Category Archives: Audi

2017 Audi S4 – Go on a Diet and Pick up those Weights, You’ll Get all the Ladies

Oh so there is perfection abound, only a new S4, should there be found…

Rejoice! We have a new S4. The benchmark for all do-it-all sport sedans has come back in B9 form, and we are excited to say the least. The S4 is historically well-built, quick, comfortable, and can be tuned to high hell. A lighter, more powerful, and newer model should only strive to impress.

Audi S8 Plus. Because Plus Is Better

No, it’s not the RS8. It’s the Audi S8 plus. Keep up. 

The Ingolstadt-based manufacturer has revealed an amped up version of their top-of-the-line sport sedan. Because it needed a more brutal alter ego, but without the RS badge. So here you have it, the Audi S8 plus. “Plus” power, “plus” light, “plus” performance.

The Audi Q7 May Have the Most Legroom in the World

3 cylinders, 8 wheel drive, 37 000 lb tractive force, 72 tons.

Wait a second, that’s the London and North Eastern Q7. I was driving the Audi Q7. Sorry about that.

Say Guten Tag to the New Audi A4

Audi’s best selling sedan finally received a well-deserved refresh. Not that there was anything wrong with the previous look, but new things are nice and shiny. And more efficient. 

Early this morning Audi quietly unveiled the redesigned 2016 Audi A4. Like Beyoncé with her latest album. Not that it wasn’t to be expected as the Deutsch manufacturer has been blitzing through its lineup, refreshing and upgrading along the way. This time, it’s the brand’s best selling sedan that headed back to the drawing board, and the result is pretty slick.

Amped up 2016 Audi R8 now going on sale

New 2016 Audi R8 will be hitting the dealers and the throttle in the fall of 2015 in Europe, then in the spring of 2016 on this side of the pond. 

Audi announced that the all-new 2016 R8 is now available to order on the old continent, before taking the road (still on the old continent) in the fall. We will have to wait a little less than a year, in the spring of 2016, to see the latest version of the German super-car on the road on the new continent. 

Cars That Make Us Do 180s

I, along with many car enthusiasts, admit to having my certain biases towards one car or another, sometimes for no good reason. For example, I used to absolutely despise any Volkswagen Auto Group (VAG) brands.This bias branched from the overly apparent phenomenon of experience before knowledge. In the mid-2000s, my father replaced his archaic yet classic 1991 BMW 318i. The E30 was a gem in my eyes. Despite the constant problems it had since he took delivery in ’91, it was an E30, it was white, it was manual, and it may have been the lethargic 4-banger model, but it was damn smooth. The vehicle he replaced it with? A 1999 VW Jetta 2.0.

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