The Audi A4 versus the Audi S5 reviewed—sometimes less is more

Enlarge (credit: Aurich / Audi) It’s been an interesting year behind the wheel here at Cars Technica. Quite a few of the cars I’ve tested have delivered surprises—underwhelming ones in the case of best-sellers like the Toyota Camry and Nissan Rogue, as well as unexpectedly delightful ones like the Kia Niro and Honda Accord. Think […]

Volkswagen Might Put Audi on the Back Burner, Spend More Time With Ford: Report

According to sources who spoke to Reuters, Volkswagen Group has more interest in pursuing technological relationships with new partners, especially Ford, than continuing on with Audi as its main development hub. At least for a while. VW CEO Herbert Diess will reportedly unveil a 10-year plan to his company’s board later this month, part of an […]

2019 Audi R8 Revealed: The Everyday All-star

As supercars go, Audi’s R8 is one of the more endearing examples. Unlike the stereotypical Lamborghini Huracán driver, you don’t normally see someone exiting an R8 wrapped in a gaudy, overpriced t-shirt from Ed Hardy, their hair slicked up into a pompadour that clears the car’s roof by less than a millimeter. No, the Audi driver looks […]

Audi E-Tron Delayed As EVs Suffer from Global Supply Issues

Audi’s first electric sport utility vehicle, the much-touted E-Tron, will arrive at dealerships a month later than anticipated. According to the automaker, a software development issue has stymied the rollout. While nothing has reportedly busted, Audi claims it needs to obtain the necessary regulatory clearances for some ones and zeros that were modified during the […]

Audi delays E-Tron SUV by a month over software updates

Audi’s E-Tron SUV has seemingly been in development for ages, but you’re going to have to wait longer still to see it on the road. The automaker has delayed the electric SUV’s arrival by four weeks due a “software development issue,” a spokesman told Reuters. Changes to an unnamed piece of software required that Audi […]

Rare Rides: A 1983 Audi Ur-Quattro – the Start of it All

The Rare Ride seen here represented an important turning point in the history of all things automotive. A single vehicle which changed rallying and simultaneously made four-wheel drive a more realistic prospect for passenger cars. Presenting the Audi Quattro. Audi’s idea to add four-wheel drive to a production car came about in 1977, when one […]

It’s Always Leg Day in This Pedal-powered Audi A4 Avant

It’s an idea that seems stupid and brilliant all at once, and a Dutch firm wants it to find a home in Europe’s passenger cars. Europeans, often portrayed in films as sexy people with a penchant for rich foods and impeccably fashionable clothing, aren’t immune from the sedentary lifestyles and obesity afflicting their Western compatriots. […]

Volkswagen terminates the contract of embattled Audi CEO

Volkswagen has terminated the contract of suspended Audio CEO Rupert Stadler effective immediately. According to a press release, the decision appears to be mutual. Stadler cannot fulfill his duties to the company or board because he’s currently in pretrial detention. A press release notes that he “wishes to concentrate on his defence,” and as a […]

2019 Audi Q3 First Drive Review | No sophomore slump

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Filed under: Design/Style,Audi,First Drives,Crossover,Luxury Audi’s compact crossover does a lot of growing up for round two. Continue reading 2019 Audi Q3 First Drive Review | No sophomore slump 2019 Audi Q3 First Drive Review | No sophomore slump originally appeared on Autoblog on Mon, 24 Sep 2018 18:01:00 EDT. Please […]