Winter driving tips for Audi drivers

With respect to general driving conditions; January and February are traditionally the most hazardous months of the year. The unpredictable British winter can chuck some genuinely horrendous variants of weather down onto our over congested roads; sub-zero temperature, floods, snow, high winds. It’s important to be prepared when we take our Audis out onto the(…)

Audi’s fully electric SUV in the pipeline

In 2015, Audi teased us with the E-tron Quattro concept; promising an extremely similar production version set to be in showrooms by 2018. “We’re calling call it Audi E-tron, just ‘E-tron’, because this is a quite important Audi sub-brand for the future,” says Audi board member Dr Dietmar Voggenreiter. “There’s quite simple logic behind that.(…)

Fascinating Audi facts to amaze/bore your friends with

As one of the globes most iconic car brands; Audi has bags of history. A list of classic Audi models is a long one, so many have rolled off its production line over the years. The actual cars aside however, there are lots of fascinating things you probably didn’t know about Audi. Next time you’re(…)

Audi use toy car to train autonomous driving software

As autonomous driving technology draws ever nearer to becoming a practical reality, the necessity to test each development as it nears completion, becomes more important. Audi are one of the many automakers currently embroiled intensively in driverless car research. They believe the next step will be machine learning-powered driver assist features that can function in(…)

A look back at the Audi Coupe (1981 – 1988)

The 80-based Audi Coupé was the first of its type built by the company since the delectable 100S of the early 1970s. It arrived on the market half a year after the quattro first blew everyone away, and although it had the same body, you couldn’t mix up two given that car’s wheelarch blisters and(…)

A look back at the Audi 200 (1979 – 1984)

We’ve spent a good portion of recent weeks looking at Audi’s intentions for the future, with their electric and autonomous vehicle programmes. Today however, we’re going to dip into the German manufacturer’s past and revisit a staple of their output during the early 1980s. A familiar sight the roads across Europe, the Audi 200 was(…)

Audi and VW end WRC involvement on a high

It’s called going out with a bang. Both Audi and VW ended their associations with both the FIA World Rally and the Endurance Championship in typically dominant form winning the final rounds of both disciplines respectively. Volkswagen finished first in the 25th Rally Australia – the final round of the 2016 FIA World Rally Championship(…)

Audi to only launch just one more diesel in US

Following the diesel emissions scandal, and the damage done to US confidence in the brand, Audi believes it has the potential for just one more diesel model, in its US product mix, says Audi’s US head. “Once we hopefully get past everything, I see an opportunity for potentially, probably to offer it on one model,(…)

Audi predicts the end of the production line

The death knell has been sounded for the conventional vehicle assembly line, if Audi is to be believed. Instead, the German motor giant believes mass automobile manufacturing will happen by means of a new modular assembly method. Should the change come to fruition, then it would mark a considerable change for the car industry, which(…)

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