2015 560-HP Audi RS6 Avant Review - Fast Lane Daily
The Audi RS6 is no ordinary wagon (or Avant if you prefer) with 560 horsepower and a 0 to 60
time under 4 seconds - it's arguably one of the best looking wagons on the
market available today. Sarah Sauer takes this roaring machine for ride on
some pretty roads and of course the famed Autobahn, check it out!
With camera men Jan Gleitsmann and Jens Stratmann of Ausfahrt.tv!
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Audi Pre Sense
Audi models equipped with the Pre Sense preventive passenger protection
system provide an elevated level of safety for vehicle occupants in certain
Depending on your Audi model, Pre Sense may include the following:
• Audi Pre Sense Basic -- triggered in certain driving situations when
the vehicle is traveling at speeds in excess of 20 miles per hour.
• Audi Pre Sense Front -- included in vehicles equipped with Audi Pre
Sense Plus and Adaptive Cruise Control, which combine to provide an
elevated level of occupant protection in the event of a potential front-end
collision with a stationary object or moving vehicle.
• Audi Pre Sense Rear -- Also included with Pre Sense Plus, which
operates with Audi Side Assist to alert you of a potential rear collision
with a vehicle approaching from behind.
Audi Pre Sense is just one more Audi-exclusive feature designed to protect
Audi occupants as well as other vehicles' occupants on the road.
Available on the Audi A6, Audi A7 and Audi A8.
The information within the technology tutorials must be used in conjunction
with the information in the Audi Owner's Manuals. Please refer to the
Owner's manuals for all information and warnings. By using these technology
tutorials, you acknowledge that you are aware of the warnings and
information that must be read within the Owner's Manuals and will use this
information to augment that material.
For more Audi Technology Tutorials visit http://audiusa.com/technology
2014 Audi RS7 Test Drive Video Review
http://www.autobytel.com/audi/rs-7/2014/?id=32972 The RS is the top of
Audi's performance line-up. The RS 7 sits above the A7 and the S7 models.
The starting price is north of $105k but you get a whole ton of
performance. Under the hood lives a 4.0 liter twin-turbo V-8 monster that makes 560 horsepower and 516 lb-ft. of
torque. The Audi RS 7 can run from 0-60 MPH in 3.7 seconds. Fuel economy is
actually very good at 16 MPG in the city and 27 MPG on the highway thanks
to the cylinder deactivation system. With the RS 7 you also get a
wonderfully load and entertaining Exhaust.
The RS 7 gets special embroidered seats, badging, and unique interior
trims. The gauges are clear and easy to read and the pop-up navigation
screen is great. The rear passengers enjoy plenty of legroom but not as
much headroom since the hatchback design of the RS 7 cuts down that space.
That is one of the few negatives on this Sportback design. The benefit
though is an enlarged trunk area that has more cubic feet of space.
The driving experience is incredible. The car has the adaptive air
suspension which combines the best of both worlds: a comfortable ride
coupled with excellent body control. Also the Torque Vectoring Rear Diff is
on hand to keep you out of trouble. Bottom line: the Audi RS 7 delivers
just what it promises!
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First Drive ► 2015 Audi RS7 Sportback
The headlights, also adapted to the new Singleframe, come with LED
technology as a standard feature. On request, Audi provides the headlights
with the innovative Matrix LED technology, available exclusively on the RS
7 Sportback with additionally darkened trims. This offer also includes turn
signals with dynamic display at the front. At the rear they are generally
standard. The tail lights also have a new interior design. New to the paint
finishes are the colors Floret Silver, metallic; Glacier White, metallic;
Mythos Black, metallic and Sepang Blue, pearl effect.
In the elegant black interior, dominated by the RS sport seats, the
designers have discreetly revised the instrument cluster: the air outlet
controls of the vent nozzles, the shift paddles behind the steering wheel
and the quattro emblem on the instrument panel. The standard MMI navigation
plus with MMI touch now uses the modular infotainment platform of the
latest generation; its highlight is an efficient graphics processor from
Audi's partner, Nvidia.
The 4.0 TFSI in the revised Audi RS 7 Sportback provides as before 412 kW
(560 hp), with a constant 700 Nm (516.3 lb‑ft) of torque at engine speeds
between 1,750 and 5,500 rpm. The engine catapults the five‑door coupé
from 0 to 100 km/h (62.1 mph) in 3.9 seconds; the optional dynamics
packages allow top speeds of 280 and 305 km/h (174.0 and 189.5 mph),
respectively. In the ECE cycle however, the resonant V8 bi‑turbo needs only 9.5 liters of fuel per 100
kilometers (24.8 US mpg) with 221 grams CO2 per kilometer (355.7 g/mi). A
key factor in this efficiency is the cylinder on demand (COD) system, which
can shut down four cylinders during partial load operation.
An eight‑speed tiptronic tuned for sporty performance, with a tall eight
gear, directs the power of the eight‑cylinder engine to the quattro
permanent all‑wheel drive. On request, Audi will combine quattro
all‑wheel drive with the optional sport differential on the rear axle.
The RS adaptive air suspension, together with adaptive damping, standard on
the RS 7 Sportback, lowers the body by 20 millimeters (0.8 in); its control
is incorporated in the Audi drive select driving dynamics system. Audi
offers the tauter RS sport suspension plus with Dynamic Ride Control (DRC)
as an alternative. A further option is dynamic steering, with its
continuously variable steering ratio.
The revised Audi RS 7 Sportback is fitted with 20‑inch forged lightweight
alloy wheels as a standard feature; 21‑inch cast aluminum wheels in three
color versions are optionally available. The four internally ventilated
brake disks have a weight‑saving wave design; alternatively Audi installs
carbon fiber-ceramic disks. Electronic Stabilization Control (ESC) has a
Sport mode that can be deactivated altogether if need be.
The Audi RS 7 Sportback can be ordered in Germany from the 3rd quarter
2014. Its base price is €113,300.
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500 hp Audi S4 quattro vs 12"+ of fresh snow! Unstoppable...
Last night we enjoyed a great winter storm, well over 12" (30 cm) at my
house. I wanted to see if my lowered Audi S4 on Dunlop Wintersport 4D snow
tires was up to the task going through such deep snow.
A guest appearance is made by my 6 hp Subaru powered Ariens Snowblower
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BMW M4 vs Audi RS5: epic track battle
We test the BMW M4 against the benchmark setting fast coupe, the Audi RS5.
BMW M4 review: http://bit.ly/1lb81cD
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The arrival of a new BMW M car is always big news for performance car fans,
and the new M4 is no exception.
Costing almost £60,000, the replacement for the legendary old BMW M3, the
M4 has moved away from the V8 power plant in the old car, and is now
powered by a 425bhp twin-turbocharged
Meanwhile, the similarly prices Audi RS5 is propelled by a 4.0-litre V8,
which produces 430bhp. It's also mated to the Audi quattro four-wheel drive
system. Like the BMW, it also features a dual-clutch gearbox, the Audi S
There's no denying the Audi lacks the fun factor of the BMW - the quattro
four-wheel-drive system prevents the lurid powerslides than you can really
go for in the M4. You can also feel the weight of the engine over the front
axle in the RS5, but it certainly doesn't feel slow at all.
Overall then, the RS5 feels very punchy, and the gearshift is also really
nice - the same can be said for its V8 soundtrack. It's not a track machine
though, and the car from Neckarsulm is more of a very stable and very rapid
Meanwhile, the BMW M4 feels very raw and very serious, especially when all
the settings are put at their sportiest via the M1 switch on the steering
wheel. These also turn the traction control and stability control off.
With no electronic aids, the M4 is always trying to get its tail out.
However, the body control is amazing, but there is a feeling that it's all
a bit artificial. The same can be said for the engine note, which has been
The M4 is a proper M car though, and something BMW can be truly proud of.
It set a lap time of 1m09.9s, compared to the 1m12.2s set by the Audi -
that's 2.3s quicker.
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