Archive For The “Volkswagen – Audi” Category
Audi uses the term “Audi AI” to describe its autonomous and driver-assist technologies, which extend from sophisticated assistance systems up to fully-self-driving vehicles. These are based on the carmaker’s new zFAS centralized computer core for driver assistance systems. The new Audi A8 will debut zFAS plus three of those Audi AI technologies: the Audi AI traffic…
In this shaky cam interior review, http://www.AaronOnAutos.com gets into the 2017 Audi Q7 crossover. There are some nice quirks about this that are worth mentioning.
The 2017 VW Beetle combines everyday driving pleasure with a versatile build and high safety marks. It’s both fun and cheap to buy, making it a good contender in the “retro coupe” market it competes within. Read the review at FutureCars.com.
In the competitive midsize sedan segment, the 2017 Volkswagen Passat seems to be the quiet wallflower, often overlooked because of its unassuming style. But asking this sedan to dance might make some buyers wonder why they don’t go to the VW slot on dealership row more often. Read about it at iSeeCars.com.
Fully redesigned, the 2017 Audi Q7 is a three-row crossover that blends German road presence with American family needs. The Q7 offers a sporty drive and a large interior, but comes up short in cargo space and self-piloting promises. Read more at NewAtlas.com.
The latest in Volkswagen’s I.D. series of futuristic electric vehicles has been unveiled in Shanghai. The I.D. CROZZ crossover utility vehicle boasts a 311-mile (500-km) range on a single charge and autonomous driving capabilities in I.D. Pilot mode. It’s slated to enter production in 2020. Read about it at NewAtlas.com.
The world is ever-changing and in automotive, sometimes the surprise comes when the norm is rejected and a new rise in popularity comes. So it is with station wagons, which are making a comeback of sorts. The all-new 2017 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack is heralding that idea, running in to meet perennial favorites and offer a…