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Audi Sports Car

‹ Photo: Audi of America, Inc. › ‹ 3 of 22 › Performance For 2017, the Audi R8 loses its V-8 engine in favor of two high-performance V-10 engines. Both engines offer extraordinary power with barely street legal performance. The V-10 has 540 horsepower and 398 lb./ft. of torque while the V-10 Plus has 610 horsepower and 413 lb./ft. of torque. The zero to 60 acceleration times are jaw dropping. Top speeds exceed 200 mph for this redesigned supercar. The R8 is equipped with a new 7-speed double clutch Tiptronic transmission. Additionally, the R8 comes with Audi’s quattro all-wheel drive system, which further contributes to its road-gripping control. Read the 2017 Audi R8 Full Review See 2017 Audi R8 Photos See Luxury Sports Cars Rankings
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Audi Sports Car

‹ Photo: Audi of America, Inc. › ‹ 15 of 22 › Performance The performance-oriented S6 got a bump in power in the 2016 model year. A twin-turbocharged V-8 engine now has 450 horsepower. The S6 showcases the best of Audi’s German engineering maximizing power, performance, and handling with a sport-focused differential and dynamic, responsive steering. As good as the A6 is in this regard, the S6 is superior. The seven-speed dual-clutch transmission is the same one used in the R8 and offers aggressive, performance-oriented shifts. For 2016, the S6 drops weight, thanks to lightweight technology, and the result is quicker braking and faster acceleration. The Audi driver select option allows customizable changes to steering, throttle and transmission response. Read the 2016 Audi A6 Full Review See 2016 Audi A6 Photos See Luxury Midsize Cars Rankings
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Audi Sports Car

Enjoy the ultimate Audi R8 driving experience during this baseline skill-building course in a great series of comprehensive Audi high-performance driving programs unleashing all the capability found within the Audi R8. Using both the R8 and another aggressive Audi performance car, the RS 5, this 1-day course is composed of classroom instruction, dynamic car-control exercises and four 30-minute lapping sessions—ample time to become a confident R8 pilot. For those who want more, we invite you to take part in the next level, R8 Intermediate.
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Audi Sports Car

Performance For 2017, the Audi R8 loses its V-8 engine in favor of two high-performance V-10 engines. Both engines offer extraordinary power with barely street legal performance. The V-10 has 540 horsepower and 398 lb./ft. of torque while the V-10 Plus has 610 horsepower and 413 lb./ft. of torque. The zero to 60 acceleration times are jaw dropping. Top speeds exceed 200 mph for this redesigned supercar. The R8 is equipped with a new 7-speed double clutch Tiptronic transmission. Additionally, the R8 comes with Audi’s quattro all-wheel drive system, which further contributes to its road-gripping control. Read the 2017 Audi R8 Full Review See 2017 Audi R8 Photos See Luxury Sports Cars Rankings
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Audi Sports Car

‹ Photo: Audi of America, Inc. › ‹ 7 of 22 › Interior One of the best improvements for the 2016 model year was the simplification of the TT’s interior. Critics found the interior to be clean, simple and elegant. Despite being a convertible, the interior is considerably quiet. Seats are spacious and comfortable in the convertible, but critics noted the back seat of the coupe was so small it was practically useless. The improved infotainment system uses a 12.3-inch touchscreen to offer state-of-the-art technology including Audi’s ultra-cool virtual cockpit which beams information behind the instrument right in the driver’s line of sight. Adjusting the climate settings is easy with logically placed controls within the air vents. Read the 2016 Audi TT Full Review See 2016 Audi TT Photos See Luxury Sports Cars Rankings
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Audi Sports Car

‹ Photo: Audi of America, Inc. › ‹ 13 of 22 › Interior The S4 features a high-end cabin with enough space for both front and rear passengers. Luxurious materials are found throughout this sports sedan. The back seat has ample headroom, but critics found rear legroom lacking. The trunk is also on the small side for this segment. The S4 is loaded with standard features including leather upholstery, tri-zone climate control, sunroof, heated front seats and rear view camera. The infotainment system runs through a 6.5-inch touchscreen which includes the improved Audi Connect system, with Google-based technology, and WiFi connection. Read the 2016 Audi A4 Full Review See 2016 Audi A4 Photos See Luxury Small Cars Rankings
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Audi Sports Car

‹ Photo: Audi of America, Inc. › ‹ 19 of 22 › Interior The S features of this car take the already luxurious feel of the A7 to a new level. The sport-infused S7 and RS7 have a noticeably better interior. Similar to the S6, the multi-contour seats are the better option over the firmer, sport-styled seats. These seats come at a higher price tag however. The upgraded infotainment system has a faster processor and more responsive touchscreen. It also offers 4G WiFi connectivity and integrates Google-based technology for navigation and traffic and weather updates. The honeycomb-shaped contour of the Valcona leather seats of the RS7 are like nothing else offered by Audi. Read the 2016 Audi A7 Full Review See 2016 Audi A7 Photos See Luxury Large Cars Rankings
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Audi Sports Car

When Audi applies its engineering prowess to a production vehicle, the result is impressive, high-tech performance. When Audi applies its engineering prowess to a race car, the result is usually a trophy. Combine the two, as the company did in the new 2017 R8 V10 Plus sports car, and the results are Audi’s fastest, most expensive, and possibly most bad-ass production car ever.
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Performance The performance-oriented S6 got a bump in power in the 2016 model year. A twin-turbocharged V-8 engine now has 450 horsepower. The S6 showcases the best of Audi’s German engineering maximizing power, performance, and handling with a sport-focused differential and dynamic, responsive steering. As good as the A6 is in this regard, the S6 is superior. The seven-speed dual-clutch transmission is the same one used in the R8 and offers aggressive, performance-oriented shifts. For 2016, the S6 drops weight, thanks to lightweight technology, and the result is quicker braking and faster acceleration. The Audi driver select option allows customizable changes to steering, throttle and transmission response. Read the 2016 Audi A6 Full Review See 2016 Audi A6 Photos See Luxury Midsize Cars Rankings
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Private and Corporate Groups – call 1 800 466 5792 The Audi sportscar experience is the perfect venue to entertain your top employees, key clients and special groups. The 7,000 sq ft Audi Forum Sonoma overlooking Turn 1 of the Sonoma Raceway is your base for unparalleled trackside hospitality. On-track you will experience the most exciting cars in the Audi product portfolio including the Audi R8.
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‹ Photo: Audi of America, Inc. › ‹ 4 of 22 › Interior The seating position and sight line of the redesigned R8 are optimal for high-performance driving. The two-seat R8 is surrounded by carbon fiber accents. Illuminated door sills and aluminum inlay are some of the other accent points that contribute to the R8’s special, luxurious vibe. The Alcantara leather material used on the dashboard is soft and helps shield road noise. As such, the interior is significantly quieter than the previous generation. Overall, the touchpoints are supple and soft. A Bang & Olufsen Sound System cranks out 550 watts through 13 speakers mounted throughout the cabin. Read the 2017 Audi R8 Full Review See 2017 Audi R8 Photos See Luxury Sports Cars Rankings
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Interior One of the best improvements for the 2016 model year was the simplification of the TT’s interior. Critics found the interior to be clean, simple and elegant. Despite being a convertible, the interior is considerably quiet. Seats are spacious and comfortable in the convertible, but critics noted the back seat of the coupe was so small it was practically useless. The improved infotainment system uses a 12.3-inch touchscreen to offer state-of-the-art technology including Audi’s ultra-cool virtual cockpit which beams information behind the instrument right in the driver’s line of sight. Adjusting the climate settings is easy with logically placed controls within the air vents. Read the 2016 Audi TT Full Review See 2016 Audi TT Photos See Luxury Sports Cars Rankings
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Interior The S4 features a high-end cabin with enough space for both front and rear passengers. Luxurious materials are found throughout this sports sedan. The back seat has ample headroom, but critics found rear legroom lacking. The trunk is also on the small side for this segment. The S4 is loaded with standard features including leather upholstery, tri-zone climate control, sunroof, heated front seats and rear view camera. The infotainment system runs through a 6.5-inch touchscreen which includes the improved Audi Connect system, with Google-based technology, and WiFi connection. Read the 2016 Audi A4 Full Review See 2016 Audi A4 Photos See Luxury Small Cars Rankings
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Audi R8 Coupe Audi R8 Coupe A legendary race car to own The unmistakable design of this mid-engine concept churns out up to 610 hp of GT-inspired power, the most of any current Audi model, thanks to a signature V10 5.2 FSI engine. Rooted in the tradition of GT3 racing, you can feel it the instant you turn on the engine. Explore Build View key info >
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Interior The S features of this car take the already luxurious feel of the A7 to a new level. The sport-infused S7 and RS7 have a noticeably better interior. Similar to the S6, the multi-contour seats are the better option over the firmer, sport-styled seats. These seats come at a higher price tag however. The upgraded infotainment system has a faster processor and more responsive touchscreen. It also offers 4G WiFi connectivity and integrates Google-based technology for navigation and traffic and weather updates. The honeycomb-shaped contour of the Valcona leather seats of the RS7 are like nothing else offered by Audi. Read the 2016 Audi A7 Full Review See 2016 Audi A7 Photos See Luxury Large Cars Rankings

Published on Jan 17, 2017 | Under Car | By michael ellis
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