New Audi A8 Launched In India

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    German luxury car maker Audi has launched the most powerful version of its A8 L flagship model in India- Audi A8 L W12 Quattro. This car is loaded with a petrol 6.3l FSI engine with a whopping 500 bhp and equally astonishing 625Nm of torque at 3250 rpm. It can zoom from 0 to 100 kmph in just 4.7 seconds with a 250 kmph top speed. Read the complete News
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    To me Audi does a nice front and rear and leaves the sides of their cars with no character. Look at them from the side and they could be a Toyota. Then see them from the front and you will say wow nice. Even more to my dismay these companies keep shoveling big V12's when V8's are so much more efficient at laying down those power numbers with better fuel economy. It is not advanced to still operate like cars from the 1930's if you ask me. Cars above 100K should come standard with hybrid systems and such. If not what the hell are you paying for that you can't get in a 70K car? 1 second faster times.....like you will be racing your Bentley.
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    Re: New Audi A8 Launched In India

    Quote Originally Posted by rueben44 View Post
    To me Audi does a nice front and rear and leaves the sides of their cars with no character. Look at them from the side and they could be a Toyota. Then see them from the front and you will say wow nice. Even more to my dismay these companies keep shoveling big V12's when V8's are so much more efficient at laying down those power numbers with better fuel economy. It is not advanced to still operate like cars from the 1930's if you ask me. Cars above 100K should come standard with hybrid systems and such. If not what the hell are you paying for that you can't get in a 70K car? 1 second faster times.....like you will be racing your Bentley.

    4.7 0-62 when the standard cars does 5.1 0-60 isn't that impressive of a difference. Other than AWD no reason to buy this over an XJ, and if you need AWD 7 series or S class. One thing I don't agree with , in this rarified air economy and other factors are not a major consideration.

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    I'd gladly take this vehicle over it's competitors. It's got an IDGAF character and brings sport and luxury together nicely. I'll take the diesel version.

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