Pro Driver Allan McNish & the 2010 Audi S4
The 2010 S4 exterior separates itself from the A4 sedan that its based on
with styling hues that emphasize its already tight European design. Accents
include Alu-optic mirrors, chromed ringed fog lamps, vertical chromed bars
on the grille, quad Exhaust pipes,
stylish side rocker moldings and a new aggressive front bumper design to
name a few. The S4 shows some flashy personality fitting in perfectly with
what is waiting under the hood.
Audi Smokes BMW? 2010 Audi S4 vs. 2009 BMW 335i
2010 Audi S4 vs. 2009 BMW 335i Comparison Test:
2008 BMW M3 @ the Track Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cu7uy6m4rw0
Given all the praise heaped on the BMW 3 Series over the years, we can't
blame you for thinking there's more to the story. We've heard all the
conspiracy theories, most of them involving checks in large denominations
This might seem believable to a certain segment of the population, but
there's a far less interesting truth behind all those wins: The BMW was the
best car. Sure, certain rivals often upped their game in one area or
another, but the 3 Series always put it all together in a way that made it
So now the 2010 Audi S4 is here to take another shot. It's all-new this
year and the old V8 is gone. There's now a supercharged V6 in its place,
along with a lower price designed to better align the S4 with the BMW 335i.
The BMW 3 Series received a face-lift of its own last year. It was mostly
minor trim changes and the like, but we're told that iDrive thing was
tweaked again, too (oh, lovely).
Sounds like a fair fight, no?
RoadTrip: 2010 Audi S4 Sedan - EXCLUSIVE
The Auto Channel's RoadTrip visits Infineon Raceway to take an in-depth
look at the new Audi S4 Sedan. TheAutoChannel.com has more information
about this and all Audi vehicles.
2015 Volvo S60 T6 FWD Review and Road Test
Volvo has always done things a little differently than BMW and Mercedes.
Rather than hold back updates and release them all in "mid-cycle
refreshes," Volvo prefers to let the changes dribble out slowly year after
year. As a result of this process a car can change significantly over time
but it happens so incrementally that to the casual observer it's still the
same car that launched four years ago. Such is the case for the 2015 Volvo
S60. Vurses the S60 launched just four short years ago (US launch was three
years ago in 2011), this S60 has new bumpers, hood, grille, seats,
dashboard, infotainment system, gauge cluster, headlamps, new and revised
safety systems, all-new engines, and a new 8-speed transmission. The
question before us today is: are these changes enough to keep the S60 fresh
and competitive while we wait for the complete model-line makeover we're
all expecting in the next few years?