For years, the LA Auto Show (LAAS) was known as the “Green” auto show with alternative energy power, while the Detroit show (NAIAS) got all the muscle. Now, it’s hard to tell the difference.
The new Audi R8 Coupe V10 GT RWD with exclusive exterior and interior features pay homage to the first generation of the R8 GT. The V10, 5.2 liters with 602 horses allows R8 to accelerate to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.4 seconds.
2022 Audi TT RS Heritage Edition signals the appropriate farewell to the remarkable high-performance coupe and pays homage to the five-cylinder engine heritage and Ur-quattro paint colors.
The Audi A6 e-tron concept at the Auto Shanghai 2021 show relies exclusively on electric power, based on the future PPE platform. At the same time, it also represents an entirely new design concept.
The 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show has a bit of everything. But, the emphasis is clearly shifting to new technology. Can the designs keep pace and fairly represent these new advances? Or, is the industry happy with the way things are?
Audi thinks the RS 6 Avant should be the superhero in the lineup. The body bulges and comes across like an Ironman triathlete, the Flash, and a pit bull all wrapped up in the skin of a handsome station wagon.
"... An ideal fit to lead the Genesis Advanced Design Studio, and his insight will be instrumental for the development of each of our upcoming projects including both advanced and production designs,” says Luc Donckerwolke, Chief Design Officer.
Cadillacs from the late 50s and early 60s are celebrated like steel and chrome gods from a bygone era. The CT6 has more in common with those, in terms of design, than the casual observer might think.
The front with its broad, upright Singleframe® grille, the flowing and muscular body design and the rear with its full-length strip of dynamic lighting, radiate the powerful presence of the new A8.
Audi is a leading and driving force in all technology areas relating to electronics and electrics. At CES in Las Vegas, the worlds most important electronics exhibition, Audi makes a splash with a host of new technologies. An Audi tablet as a multimedia control panel and simple wireless communication between your mobile devices and your car all demonstrate how diverse the future of the automobile is at Audi. All this and convenience, too: piloted parking and innovative Audi wireless charging (AWC) technology pave the way for electric mobility. A laser headlight shining ahead hundreds of feet and a car lapping the famous Hockenheim speedway at 240km/h (149.1mph) without a driver.