Real Madrid - Audi Car Handover the stars Ronaldo, Kroos etc
Audi Car Handover keeps the stars of Real Madrid wired
Ronaldo, Kroos and team give it their very best at the Audi A3 Ultra
Challenge in Madrid.
Right next to the Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, the football stars try out
the Audi A3 e-tron, plus, as the icing on the cake, they receive their
brand-new Audi cars.
Audi Q7 и Уаз Патриот на бездорожье.
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69 Camaro Drag Race!
Dave pits the 540Merlin up against one of the nastiest street 69 Camaro's around. An amazing race!
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Constructor, Driver - Istvan Farkas
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01.08.2009. Kiskunlachaza Airport, Hungary
2014 Audi RS7 vs. 2014 BMW M6 Gran Coupe vs. 2014 Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG S-model
2014 Audi RS7 vs. 2014 BMW M6 Gran Coupe, 2014 Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG
Civil War: Ballistic power and lavish trimmings combine to create a breed
of four-seat supersedans.
We’ve watched two Gulfstreams and a Learjet touch down in a span of 30
minutes, taxi along the stretch of pavement we’re using as our
provisional test track, and tuck into spotless hangars. Only the flight
crews disembark from these planes. The nondescript southern German village
of Schwäbisch Hall, population 40,000, isn’t the kind of place where
you’d reside if you could afford to live anywhere. From what we can tell,
this airfield is the EZ-In/EZ-Out parking garage for the planes of
one-percenters who reside elsewhere. Suddenly, our collection of
$100,000-plus four-seaters doesn’t seem so extravagant.
Aside from a private jet, however, few vehicles make our test trio look
humble. When you’re grounded, there’s no better way to travel than in
Audi’s RS7, BMW’s M6 Gran Coupe, or Mercedes-Benz’s CLS63 AMG. Each
of these three automakers has a larger, more opulent flagship if you intend
to ride in the back seat. The RS7, the M6, and the CLS63, however, are the
top machines for those who insist on driving. Speed barons, kings of
luxury, and fashion slaves, these cars exist in the overlap of an exotic
automotive Venn diagram.
Germany’s de-restricted sections of autobahn are as close as the
earthbound can get to the freedom of flying. Yet even 10-mile stretches
aren’t enough to achieve top speeds, which in our cars are as high as 190
mph—a white van always seemed to veer into the left lane every few miles
doing a mere 100 mph. A great test of the brakes, that.
And because a tank of gas only lasts 40 minutes when there aren’t speed
limits, we trekked away from the freeway to a sinuous, tree-lined
hill-climb to understand how differentials, adaptive dampers, and gummy
tires shrink these large cars when the road starts twisting.
Audi waltzes into this bout with an overflowing trophy case. The A7 already
knocked out the CLS550 and the 640i Gran Coupe in separate matchups. In our
last Audi-BMW-Benz comparo [July 2012], the S6 shrugged off a roughly
100-hp deficit to topple the E63 AMG and the M5. This time around, Audi’s
entry is fighting in its weight class. The RS7 comes from Quattro GmbH,
Audi’s answer to the M and AMG organizations. As in the S6 and S7, its
power comes from 4.0 liters of twin-turbocharged V-8, but the R in RS7 means 140 more
horsepower and 110
more pound-feet of torque matched with a sophisticated suspension and, in
the case of our test car, optional carbon-ceramic brakes. And as the only
hatchback in this set, the RS7 boasts cargo space the others can’t match.
BMW’s M6 Gran Coupe, on the other hand, faces an uphill battle. Its good
looks can’t mask its close kinship to the disappointing M5 that placed
last in our previous test. The Gran Coupe rides on the same 116.7-inch
wheelbase, is powered by the same 4.4-liter blown V-8, and uses many of the
same chassis components as its 5-series equivalent. Ponderous and plodding,
the M5 shuns M-brand hallmarks of litheness and agility. But it should be
noted that the M division’s philosophical approach with the Gran
Coupe—how it tunes the bushings, springs, dampers, and anti-roll
bars—sounds closer to how it views the sharper, sportier M6 coupe than
the bulky M5 sedan.
Visually, the 2014 Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG is the same as last year’s
car. Mechanically, one significant change has transformed it: 4MATIC
four-wheel drive. Our tester is branded as a new “S-model,” a trim that
replaces the old AMG performance package because a trunk badge helps retain
resale value better than a window-sticker line item. More noteworthy, the
S-model raises horsepower from 550 to 577,
adds a limited-slip rear differential, and lifts the governed top speed
from 155 to 186 mph.
Spectacular as it is, this German power orgy isn’t complete. We also
hoped to include one of the nine variations of Porsche’s recently
refreshed Panamera. The turbo model
comes closest in output with 520 horsepower (a turbo S is forthcoming), but it costs almost
$30,000 more than the competition. The naturally aspirated Panamera GTS is
priced on par with this group but gives up more than 100 horsepower to these turbocharged models. In the end, it didn’t
matter what model we wanted because Porsche wouldn’t play. So we played
without a Panamera.