Audi Quattro Ski Jump commercial 2005
Celebrating 25 years of Quattro. A recreation of the Classic 1986 Audi commercial. Follow the link to learn more about quattro technology http://audi.us/eJeI9y
Audi RS Moments of Truth - 1983: quattro
Audi RS "Moments of Truth" is a series of highly stylized, dynamic short-form documentaries that capture a moment in time -- visual, visceral proof of the impact that technological innovation and risk-taking has had on performance in a highly competitive world. This film tells the story of Audi quattro and the advantage that four-wheel drive technology afforded Audi race teams in the early 1980s on the FIA World Rally Championship circuit. Audi driver and WRC Champion Hannu Mikkola tells the story of his win at the 1983 1000 Lakes Rally in Finland -- a grueling race full of big-air jumps and hairpin turns. Audi quattro GmbH head of development Stephan Reil links the story to modern day refinements of the quattro drivetrain bringing to life the technological benefits of the crown gear and sport differential through dynamic track footage of the all-new RS 5. Follow the link to learn more about how performance has evolved http://audiusa.com/performance
Audi connect®: The Surprise
Ever forget about that special someone's special day? Audi connect® takes the panic out of last-minute planning with simple, safe and convenient range of services. Book reservations, order a cake and map out the perfect evening—all from your car and without touching a phone. To learn more about Audi connect®, visit: http://www.audiusa.com/audiconnect
"It Couldn't Be Done" - New Audi Commercial
This is the story of over 100 years of Audi innovation. The story of doing things that have never been done before. And doing them until they're perfect. From the very first Audi ever built, to the Audi 100, to quattro® all-wheel drive, ASF® space frame technology, the iconic TT, motorsport and beyond. It's the story of doing the impossible, and it still holds true today. The inspiring words that help tell this story are from the poem, "It Couldn't be Done" written by the late poet Edgar Albert Guest.