About the Audi A8
First introduced in 1994 to replace the outgoing full-size luxury sedan, Audi V8, the Audi A8 was the answer to further strengthen the brand's presence in the luxury market. Since then, the Audi A8 was continuously developed to have all the necessary features any luxury cars have, and over time, with the current model being the fourth generation, now has a generous quantity of luxurious features for the owners' comfort, safety, and security. It also has a lot of innovative technologies that go well with the luxury features present. Like most luxury sedans in this category, Audi also offers this model with a longer wheelbase version, known as the A8 L. The A8 L has roomier rear legroom, accommodating more space for the comfort of the owner.
The Audi A8 is powered by a 3L V6 engine and 4L V8 engine respectively, producing an output of 335 brake horsepower and 454 brake horsepower. The 6L W12 engine produces 577 brake horsepower and is a less powerful version of the same engine found on the Bentley Bentayga and is only available upon dealer's request. All engine variants are paired with 8-speed Tiptronic transmission.
Inside, as by luxury car standards, the seats and interior trims are upholstered in leather and wood trims are also present, adding aesthetic value and elegance to the luxury car. Mood lights are also present, to add a varying ambient inside the car while traveling, providing the passengers with a unique and soothing experience throughout. These features are top class. Along these luxurious features are the modern technology features that are present to perfectly match the needs of the owner.