Audi news and features from publications and media outlets around the world.
What happens when you're at Best Buy in the R8 and the deal on the big screen is just that good? Answer: Not this.
Fourtitude contributor and Audi Wilmington (DE) Audi brand specialist Tommy Mihok just passed this over having spotted it on Team Speed. It is our hope that the two young mugs blacked out behind the box are perhaps the owner's sons who simply don't get it. If not, we
Former Audi product strategy executive Matthias Mueller was named today the new chief executive officer of the Porsche brand, replacing Michael Macht who moves to a position as Volkswagen production chief. Mueller is credited with masterminding Audi's successful move into additional niche vehicles, expertise that will serve him well as Volkswagen plans to double Porsche sales in such a fashion.
5th Gear's Jonny Smith has filed a piece on the new A8 and it's quite entertaining. Typical 5th Gear spots include beautiful ambiance, a bit of whit and a quick rundown on the car. The summary is about what we'd expect and what we've seen - big compliments for the car's quality and delivery and a bit of a let-down on the looks as it
Okay, the fact that the owner may have used 21-inch Mercedes-Benz AMG wheels or slammed the car to swallow up the tops of any rubber may be controversial but we're guessing the overall effect is less so. We've just found shots of this cool and very modified RS 6 Avant photographed by our friend Joachim Naess and featured on Klutch Online. The car hails from France, which is impressive as we hear their
Audi's "e" development wing set with the task of planning electric mobility for the four rings may be based in Ingolstadt but it appears production of their first product, known simply as "e-tron" will go to Neckarsulm. Audi has never made a secret that it intends to build
Car & Driver European contributor Jens Meiners has published a driving review of the A1 following its launch with the European press last week. We're always impressed with Meiners' grasp of the Audi brand and accuracy in Audi intel on future product so we read the piece with interest.
The story's got
Northwest European's annual charity drive to Leavenworth took place this past weekend. Quattroworld editors are local to the event and were kind enough to post a gallery focused on Audis attending the event.
Check out the full gallery after the jump.
AutoZeitung has published a summary of upcoming cars and in the mix is a breif on the upcoming A7. Like most renders of the A7, this one is based on press photos of the Sportback Concept shown last January in Detroit. Formulaic additions of an A8 grille, RS 5 wheels and TT/R8 mirrors keep the car consistent within Audi design though will likely vary for production.
Octane remains one of our single most favorite print magazines going and stories like the one linked below and alluded to above remind us why. Just published online, Octane editors have provided some cool photos and a quick report form the Chatsworth Rally Show that was held June 5-6 in the UK.
Biggest draw for many though was the special display of Audi
Our buddies over at GermanCarBlog have translated and summarized the latest Audi intel to be published by German car magazine Auto Motor und Sport. A M und S is usually pretty accurate so we read it with interest. Here's a quick rundown.
- Arrives (Europe at least) in 2014
- Coupe and Roadster
- Positioned BELOW TT
- Engines Include 1.4 TFSI