Audi’s new A4 will wade into the luxury auto industry’s most competitive segment with a passel of advanced infotainment and driver-assist systems.
With its exceptional handling tech, Audi gives its largest SUV cornering chops, cutting edge safety and connected dashboard technology.
With 605 horsepower and optional carbon ceramic brakes, the 2016 Audi S8 Plus is capable on track, but does its best work on road as a luxury cruise missile.
Gonzo power, suspension upgrades and carbon ceramic brakes take Audi’s RS 7 to the next level.
Packing six powertrains with a plug-in to come later on, Audi’s new crossover would make a perfect addition in a market that’s dying for more lifted hatchbacks.
Audi’s second-gen A5 sharpens up with class-leading safety and convenience tech.
The A3 brings a number of the A4’s updates to a more cost-effective package.
Audi manages to pull 400 horsepower out of the TT RS, giving more than its historical five-cylinder engines. The burbling, throaty sound of the new engine will satisfy any gearhead.
The athletic Audi S5 coupe has two fewer doors than its S4 sport sedan sibling, but beneath the sheetmetal it’s the same sweet ride and Audi Connect tech.
In 1998, Audi named its small sports car after the legendary Isle of Man TT race. Twenty years later, we’re back to drive the latest incarnation on the island’s speed limit-free roads.