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Audis starring in movies, music videos, video games and more.
We've just stumbled across the trailer of the latest Jason Statham movie (thanks Chris Onefastaudi) and the preview confirms a bit of Audi action in the film. Of course Statham isn't new to the Audi brand, with his Transporter series of films, his narrator's voice on Audi's 'Truth in 24' documentaries and his own S8 and A8 ownership. Still, it's nice to see the brand sticking with the
In the land of car geeks, even those not obsessed with video gaming consoles and the like have probably sampled driving sim super games such as Forza Motorsport or Gran Turismo. What you may not know though is that there's a whole online driving sim world that takes the vehicle and racing accessibility of these games and amps them by a power of ten on the geek scale if not always on the realism scale. While some of these games
One of the things we love about computer platform racing games is the likelihood that they'll be modified by their users. Want a new track? No problem. Like a new car that's not in the game? We'll just see about that. Case in point is that of the Audi R15 TDI racecar and the video game Need for Speed Shift.
Granted, you need to know your way around the video game installation, but still... This latest R15 TDI was
Over the years the scope may have changed, from Tupac rapping about his Explorer Eddie Bauer to Bugattis and the like popping up in any number of songs or videos, but cars have always been a consistent component of urban music and music videos. Cars are a show of wealth and power so it's cool to see Audi becoming more prevalent in the genre. Case in point: we've just spotted a modified R8 in the Jay Sean video 'Do You Remember'.