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Video, footage, and webisodes of Audi interest.
The incredible feats of physical and mechanical endurance behind Audi’s decade-long dominance of the world-famous Le Mans 24-hour race have been brought vividly to life in a spectacular 3D film narrated by British racer Allan McNish.
Part of a new multi-million-pound campaign created for Audi UK by advertising agency BBH, the two and half minute film will be shown in traditional 2D and 3D formats, the latter marking a first for the Audi brand in the UK. It is intriguingly
It pays to know what you're doing behind the wheel. And though we all like to think we do, you never really know until you're put to the test. Case in point is the Portuguese driver of an Audi A4 in the video below. On a fast highway sweeper and just after passing a car, the driver rather masterfully counter
This past weekend the 2011 DTM series was officially kicked off with the traditional demonstration and celebration in downtown Wiesbaden. Each year the series closes off the streets of its home town and invites tens of thousands of fans to take part.
The event includes a little bit of everything, from a concert (Natasha Beddingfield played this year) to demonstration
Just a few minutes ago we published a feature about the Querkraftfrei Audi A5 prototype. German car magazine Autobild recently had a chance to drive and test the car and have published a webisode on the car and its technology over on YouTube. Watch it and you'll see how the car works, including the net effect on liquid (orange juice) in a glass held in the cupholder. Thank-you
Since last week when we attended the R18 test at Sebring Raceway following the running of the 12 Hours, we've been doing our best to push out as much content as possible. While we're not quite done (expect a written report and more photos), we've now uploaded a 500 pic photo gallery , some B-Roll footage of the car on track and some interview clips with
While on the ground at last week's R18 Test in Sebring Fourtitude had a chance to sit down with Wolfgang Ullrich, Ullrich Baretzky and Howden Haynes of Audi Sport to chat about the new car. On hand at the interview was Guerilla Video shooting for Audi of America who's shared their footage with us as we produce some of our own footage.
Last week we posted an initial link to a 500+ photo gallery shot during Audi Sport's recent R18 test in Sebring. . Fourtitude was on hand along with a very few other UK and French journalists to witness the test and get capture the car as much as we could via photography and video. We were like kids in a candy shop.
While on scene we worked
We've just stumbled across one of Audi's latest A6 commercials from Europe posted over on YouTube. Called "Manipulation", the spot's creators likened aluminum alloy to clay and through computer animation this looks like an easy task. Watch below.
Last week we published a story about a lightweight 2.5T-powered A5 coupe that was a drivetrain mule for the Audi quattro Concept. Dubbed "The Beast" by its quattro GmbH creators, we'd had a chance to drive the car and report back on the experience in a 2-part series.
Though we devoted plenty of ink (err... pixels) to "The Beast", that car
I got an email a few weeks ago from a source at Audi looking for footage of an Audi, preferably an R8, in the snow. The only thing like that I could think of was the the video review Ezra Dyer had done about the R8 V10 for the New York times. Turns out Audi had already zeroed in on