We look at cars every day and with the condition our streets usually are in, we never really think of speeding. But what if the roads weren’t the issue? How fast you think you could go and in which car?
The vehicle to home tech or V2H tech will allow a person to power their home using the car’s battery when the car is not being used.
The deliveries of the five-seater second-generation RS 7 Sportback will commence next month, Audi India said in a release. The carmaker had commenced the booking for the latest offering from June 23.
The Sportback is the coupe variant of the Q4 e-tron and naturally the biggest differentiator becomes the sloping roofline. There are a few other changes, but for the most part, the SUV Coupe remains the same as the standard Q4 e-tron.
Q&A with Balbir Singh Dhillon, Head of Audi India
Electric vehicle battery recycling and reuse has become a priority for car and battery makers while renewable energy companies face the problem of how to absorb surpluses of wind and solar power to avoid waste and disruption to the stability of grids, slowing the transition to purely carbon-free energy systems.
The new Audi Q5 is expected to go on sale towards the end of this year internationally. For India, however, the SUV is only expected next year. Here are some Audi Q5 images:
The five-seater second-generation Audi RS7 Sportback can be booked either online or from the nearest dealership at an initial amount of Rs 10 lakh, and deliveries will commence in August, the company said in a release.
Punjab National Bank (PNB) reportedly took the delivery of Audis worth Rs 1.34 crore approximately, last month
German automakers Volkswagen AG and Audi have major plants in the state southeast of Mexico City, but they have idled production due to the pandemic.
Audi’s India range consists of just three cars – the A6, A8 L and the Q8 SUV – the latter two being available in only their top-spec trims.
Here's a quick look at the upcoming crossovers in India.
The A3 is the smallest sedan in the company’s lineup. It gets a host of changes on both the exterior as well as the cabin fronts.
The wave of layoffs and furloughs have been massive. Companies continue to shed jobs, though most vow to bring people back into the workplace as soon as it is safe.
Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Audi and Volvo who control more than 85 percent of India’s luxury car demand have enough inventories to cover
The A8L gets a sharp design with slim LED headlamps and a prominent front grille.
The German luxury carmaker would launch the flagship model after having started the year with the commercial launch of the Q8
The luxury SUV gets a sharper slatted grille in the front with new LED headlamps and DRLs.
Q8 owners can choose from 54 exterior colour options, 11 interior trims, and nine wooden inlays to customise their SUV
Moneycontrol’s Shraddha Sharma gets in conversation with Swaraj Baggonkar to find out why the luxury car sector witnessed a decline in sales.
Mercedes, BMW and Audi posted sales of 28,021 units in 2019, a slump of 26 percent compared to 2018.
"In terms of growth estimates for the luxury car market, we estimate it to remain flat in 2020 and we are hopeful of positive growth starting 2021," Audi India Head Balbir Singh Dhillon said.
The Q8 is Audi’s flagship SUV and gets premium features such as autonomous driving tech that comes with lane keeping assist, lane departure warning and adaptive cruise control.
Companies like Jaguar, MG Motors, Hyundai, Tata and Audi are preparing the following products for the final month of this year.
'The resulting savings of around 6 billion euros will secure the strategic operating profit margin corridor of 9 to 11% and will be invested in projects of the future such as electrification and digitalisation,' the company said in a statement.