Audi Releases Teaser of E-tron Quattro Ahead of Frankfurt Unveil [Video]

Audi seems to be in full gear to showcase its highly innovative electric SUV from the future at the upcoming Frankfurt Motor Show. The company has revealed a new teaser video in which a designer sketches a rear three-quarter view on a piece of paper with a pencil. The fully electric SUV is expected to … Read more

Audi Q Drive – an Off Road Experience [57 Pics]

It was a Saturday well-spent for an off-roading enthusiast with Audi Noida and Audi Delhi West playing host to the ‘Q-Drive’ experience for us journalists and prospective customers in the first and latter halves of the day, respectively.

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Audi TT RS ‘Plus’

Audi has just unveiled and unleashed all the horses it could manage to, under the hood of the all new Audi TT RS Plus. Powered by a 2.5 litre 5 cylinder turbo-charged engine, which pumps out a whooping 360 bhp! Mated to an all time Quattro all wheel drive set-up with an ‘S-tronic’ Auto’box and … Read more

Limited Edition Audi A1 hits UK

In limited numbers, 333 to be precise, were built and just 20 are shipped to UK by Audi. More on this, is it sports a 2.0 litre 4 cylinders in-line turbocharged petrol engine which develops a whooping 252 bhp of power and 258 Nm of torque between 2,500-4,500 rpm. Other crazy news to make you go crazy over this little Audi is Quattro! Yes, the Audi A1 is four wheel drive but, yes I always have a but to write in all my articles and news because I find it fun, by the way, Quattro is not be eating up all your fuel, in fact, the car is powered by front wheels only, but again, as it senses anything as per which rear wheels need to get in between, it starts sending all the power to all the four wheels.

This way, 0-100 kph comes in a mere 5.7 seconds! Also the top speed is 152 mph.

The prices ain’t out yet but we expect them to be more than current prices and around Rs. 1658435, cheap huh?

But (again), sad news is, nothing about launching this babe here in India. Audi, are you listening, umm, reading? Whatever.

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