There was a point in time where high performance luxury sedans took a more subdued approach to their aerodynamic styling, but the modern high performance market – regardless of the segment – almost
Yesterday the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in cooperation with the California Air Resources Board (CARB) accused Porsche, Audi, and parent Volkswagen of installing a cheating device on the
Green Car Journal was just one of the many publications that fell for the dirty diesel deception VW and Audi perpetrated over the past six years.
The Frankfurt Auto Show is truly turning out to be an Electric Car specialty launching ground.
In terms of a broad offering of different vehicles, few automakers (especially in the luxury world) have as many options as Audi and one of the more unusual cars from the German automaker is the A7
For a long time Audi has been going down the Diesel road with its line of cars and shunned the idea of going Electric.
While the new Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat has rocketed the American sport sedan to the top of the high performance 4-door segment, European models like the Audi S8 have long been the leaders in high
Audi advertises its A3 as starting at $29,900. Throw every option you can at a Mazda3 and it will top out around $29,500.
The video below would strike me as merely a Lexus marketing ploy except for two things.
Look how the Ford Raptor, 2015 GMC Canyon, Audi Q5 and Infiniti QX60 dance on the snow under The Blue Danube Waltz of Johann Strauss II.
In July Lexus sold 27,333 vehicles. Audi sold 14,616, a record for the company. Porsche similarly was up to its highest level at 4,300 vehicles (note that we did not say “cars”).
Many incentives exist for purchasing an electric vehicle, even aside from tax credits and rebates.