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The coupe-like design with the quattro blisters is reminiscent of the original Audi quattro. The chassis is available in three versions, as well as optional adaptive air suspension. In addition to the striking exterior, the interior also convinces with its little design touches and creates a place of relaxation with highlights on the air vents and ambient lighting.
The Audi Q8 combines the elegance of a four-door luxury coupé with the practical versatility of a large SUV. Richly equipped, comprehensively connected and tough enough for off-road duty, it is a confident companion for business and leisure.
With the imposing Singleframe in octagonal design, the Audi Q8 is the new face of the Q family. The brawny radiator grille stands upright and, together with the spoiler that has been drawn toward the front and the large, highly contoured air inlets, emphasizes the self-confident look. The elegantly sloping roofline terminates in gently inclined D-pillars and rests against the quattro blisters above the wheel arches, which house up to 22-inch wheels. Numerous details hint at the design of the original quattro. Strong contours and athletically tight surfaces convey a feeling of power, sophistication and the special dynamics of the permanent all-wheel drive. The spoiler, wheel arch trims, door trim strips and diffuser are in a contrasting color, to further emphasize the off-road look. Audi Q8 50 TDI: Fuel consumption in l/100 km: combined 6.8 - 6.6; CO2 emissions combined in g/km: 179 - 172. Figures on the fuel consumption and the CO2-emissions vary in case of given ranges depending on the used combination of wheels/tires.
Whether parking, in the city or on long journeys – the Audi Q8 supports its driver in many situations. Among the systems contributing here are the adaptive cruise assist, efficiency assist, crossing assist, lane change warning, curb warning and 360 degree cameras. One highlight is the remote garage pilot, which will follow in early 2019. Under the supervision of the driver, it guides the SUV into a garage and back out again autonomously. The driver gets out of the car beforehand and activates the process using the myAudi app on their smartphone. The (remote) parking pilot offers a similar level of convenience. Behind all of these features is the central driver assistance controller. It continuously computes a differentiated model of the surroundings and uses this to manage the assistance systems. The required data are obtained – depending on the selected options – from up to five radar sensors, six cameras, twelve ultrasound sensors and the laser scanner. Audi Q8 50 TDI: Fuel consumption in l/100 km: combined 6.8 - 6.6; CO2 emissions combined in g/km: 179 - 172. Figures on the fuel consumption and the CO2-emissions vary in case of given ranges depending on the used combination of wheels/tires.
he purely mechanical center differential transfers the forces to the front axle and rear axle at a ratio of 40:60 as standard. When required, it transfers the majority to the axle with the better traction. That plus as much 254 millimeters (10.0 in) of ground clearance, short overhangs and hill descent control means the Audi Q8 can keep going even after the pavement ends. The suspension with damper control is standard. Audi offers the adaptive air suspension with controlled damping as an option, with either comfort or sport setup. It adjusts the ride height depending on the driving situation and the driver’s preference by as much as 90 millimeters (3.5 in). Audi Q8 50 TDI: Fuel consumption in l/100 km: combined 6.8 - 6.6; CO2 emissions combined in g/km: 179 - 172. Figures on the fuel consumption and the CO2-emissions vary in case of given ranges depending on the used combination of wheels/tires.
At the Audi Brand Summit in the technology hotspot Shenzhen, the brand presented its Chinese market initiative with models from the Q family and mobility topics for the future. The highlight of the event was the world premiere of the new full-size class SUV, the Audi Q8.
The drive systems are particularly efficient thanks to the new mild hybrid technology (MHEV). The 48-volt primary electrical system incorporates two important technology modules: a lithium-ion battery and a belt alternator starter. During braking, it can recover up to 12 kW of power and feed it back into the battery. The MHEV technology enables long coasting phases with the engine deactivated and a start-stop range that begins at 22 km/h (13.7 mph). Audi Q8 50 TDI: Fuel consumption in l/100 km: combined 6.8 - 6.6; CO2 emissions combined in g/km: 179 - 172. Figures on the fuel consumption and the CO2-emissions vary in case of given ranges depending on the used combination of wheels/tires.
Today’s episode: It was supposed to be a romantic date night, but everything turned out completely different.
Quentin struggles through the desert – yet he finds a trail. Will it bring him back to civilization?
Sitting in a truck, Quentin advances back into civilization – but the trucker appears to be a shady person. How will Quentin react? And what is the truck carrying anyway?
What happens in today's episode: Quentin receives a disturbing video message that changes everything. Sandra seems to be in danger. He immediately sets off to her apartment with the #Audi #Q8. Will he arrive there in time?
In episode 5, Quentin starts to question himself and his sanity. Nobody believes that he has nothing to do with Sandra's disappearance. Will his #Audi #Q8 be able to help him? Is the car the solution for all the questions? The tides seem to turn again…