Audi brought to Los Angeles an updated version of the S8November 21, 2019
The manufacturer disclosed most of the details and specifications in advance. However, only now has the opportunity to consider all the details in the appearance of a new car.
Audi at the Los Angeles Auto Show presented an updated version of the “charged” S8 sedan. The car got an interesting appearance – the German company managed to combine the style, elegance and athleticism in it, showing the full power of the car. Among the features it is worth noting the innovative suspension system, which makes the behavior of the car on the road even better. Under the hood of the new S8 is a 4.0-liter twin-turbo engine with 571 hp. In the car, the manufacturer paid great attention to the seats. They not only contain a wide range of adjustments, but also are convenient for long trips. Each chair has three-level heating, as well as ventilation and massage systems.
It is worth noting that the S8 is equipped with a branded quattro all-wheel drive with a sports differential, active suspension, as well as a dynamic all-wheel drive system, which, according to the developers, makes the novelty special.
On board the new Audi S8 are 38 driver assistance systems. Among them, we can distinguish adaptive cruise control, which not only knows how to keep a given speed, but also helps the driver in traffic jams and tracking the lane.
Separately, it is worth mentioning the Pre Sense system – this assistant helps you track side impact. In the event of its approach, an active suspension is activated, which raises the body by 80 mm to mitigate the impact. To control the car’s systems, two large touch screens with voice control function are installed in the cabin.
Earlier photos appeared from tests of the updated Audi A3 sedan. The model is tested on the snowy roads of Sweden.
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