Make Overview

With each of its 4 iconic rings representing one of the four companies that joined together to create the Audi predecessor, Auto Union, there is no doubt that the German-based Audi have deep roots in the automotive world. Since forming the present-day company in 1969, Audi have built a reputation for high-quality vehicles filled with the latest technology and innovation. 

1980 saw the introduction of the Audi Quattro, the iconic turbocharged AWD coupe. The Quattro put Audi on the performance car map, with its variants going on to have great success in rallying and motorsport. Audi's Quattro technology has been a game-changer in the automotive industry and has been adopted by other car brands as well.  

Perhaps the most recognisable Audi is the R8, their flagship 2-seater sports car. Based on the fierce Lamborghini Gallardo and Huracan, the R8 was filled with innovative technology such as being the first production car with full LED headlamps. The R8 remains one of the most iconic sports car designs, and its performance and handling is an indicator of what the Audi brand is able to achieve. 

As with many manufacturers, Audi has recently entered the electric vehicle market with their contender, the e-tron. Offered in several variants, you can experience the Audi electric range in a sports car with the RS e-tron GT, all the way up to fully electric SUVs with the Q8 e-tron. These cars, whilst ditching the combustion engine for the more environmentally friendly option, do not compromise on performance, comfort, or practicality making them the perfect way to experience the brand in a more sustainable way. 

Audi’s commitment to quality, sustainability, and cutting-edge technology has made it one of the most respected car brands in the world. With its stylish design, advanced features, and superior performance, an Audi is a car that is sure to turn heads and deliver a thrilling driving experience.