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2018 Audi A1 Review
08 Oct 2018

2018 Audi A1 Review

Last year brought us some fantastic motors from a huge range of brands, but as far as 2018 has taken the market, Audi seems to have upped their game massively. The new A1 supermini has caught a lot of attention since it rolled onto the production line earlier this year, but the real question is what has the A1 got that its rivals just haven’t? Image Source by : audi Overview Granted, our first look at the latest A1 supermini was at the Tokyo Motor Show back in 2007, and thanks to Audi’s design studio, the supermini made it through...

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Audi A8 review- Specialist Vehicles
03 May 2018

Audi A8 review- Specialist Vehicles

2018 Audi A7 Review Audi‘s new A7 might look like the ‘real deal’ and it may have been manufactured to challenge some of the worst roads around, but how does it cope on British roads? Let’s find out before you make any hasty decisions to buy. Overview The idea of a five-door coupe is a little bit unusual to say the least. However, it’s better not to judge a book by its cover, as they say. Admittedly though, you could argue that Audi has just taken a regular saloon model and gave it the roofline of the average coupe instead....

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2000 Audi Venture Rosemeyer
08 Oct 2017

2000 Audi Venture Rosemeyer

The Audi Rosemeyer was presented in 2000 as a working idea intended to function Audi’s competition culture, product power, and quattro long lasting all-wheel generate.  It’s a concept that’s at once over the top, overwhelming, and classic.  


Audi Airomorph Concept
09 Feb 2016

Audi Airomorph Concept

The Audi Airomorph is a design study of a futuristic Le Mans car featuring a textile morphing body inspired by catamaran racing.


Audi Locus – Future Cars
15 Jul 2015

Audi Locus – Future Cars

Audi Locus created by Turkish designer Ugur Sahin Audi Locus is the concept car designed in 2007, but this exotic beauty probably will never see the daylight while riding in the streets. The main eye-catching features of Audi Locus’ is “the way its surface shapes are formed with a continuous flow from the front end until the back of the car” explains Ugur Sahin.



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