In case you haven't heard: The Audi RS 6 Avant is now for sale in America. That means one of our market's only other high-performance luxury wagons, the Mercedes-AMG E63 S, actually has some competition.
What happens to an electric vehicle's efficiency when towing? That's the question that Audi set out to answer with its e-tron EV, which recently took a 504-mile journey from Tulsa, Oklahoma to Austin,
I've been deposited in the dank, redwood-dominant Santa Cruz mountains in Northern California to sample a trio of vehicles occupying the coveted middle child/Goldilocks position in Audi's performance-oriented
Audi SQ8 review: a paean to excess you can’t help but like – despite yourself (and the £105,000 price)
Suffice it to say that the Audi SQ8 is not a car that naturally makes you take kindly to the person who might be sitting behind the wheel. The standard Q8 is, after all, almost wilfully obnoxious; its
Audi's Super Bowl commercial features Game of Thrones ice-zombie-killing hero Arya Stark (actress Maisie Williams) singing "Let it Go" from the movie Frozen while driving an Audi e-tron SUV. It's sensory