Audi’s new ‘R8’ sedan is the most luxurious car on the market

The Audi A4 R8 is a stunning sedan that combines all the qualities of luxury.

The car’s price tag, though, is just as steep as the car itself.

Its top speed is 155 mph, and the cabin’s spaciousness makes it feel like you’re in a luxury car.

It’s also an SUV, meaning you can get in and out of it with the push of a button.

The R8 also comes standard with a 7.0-liter V8 engine and a six-speed automatic transmission.

The all-wheel drive system is rated at 11.4 inches of torque and has a 0-60 time of 3.6 seconds.

It also comes with a seven-speed manual transmission, but Audi has since lowered that to 5.2-seconds.

The A4 has a top speed of 155 mph.

The Audi R8 will be on sale for $75,000 in North America, and it will cost $99,000 for the US and Canada.

We drove the R8 around a number of places to see how it compares to other luxury sedans.

It was great fun, but the big surprise was how different it felt compared to the Mercedes-Benz SLT SLS.

The SLT, the A4, and Audi’s luxury sedan, the Q3, are all based on the same platform, the SLS, and all of them are aimed at the very top of the luxury-car market.

The BMW i3 is Audi’s top luxury car, and while it has a base price of $115,000, it’s only available in two trim levels: the $55,000 Premium ($58,200 for the Premium) and the $57,000 Sport ($59,000).

It also has a range of options: a seven speed automatic transmission, a six speed manual, and a seven drive electric motor.

The Sport trim has a five-speaker audio system with six speakers, and that’s pretty standard for a luxury sedan.

But the A8 is equipped with a five speaker audio system, a five inch touchscreen, and six speakers for a total of eight speakers.

It is powered by a 7-liter engine, a 708 horsepower, turbocharged engine, and an 8,000 pound-feet of torque.

The engine’s rated power output is rated between 6,500 and 6,800 pounds-feet.

Audi claims the A-4 R-8 is the world’s fastest luxury sedan and the most fuel efficient car on road.

Audi says the R-88, its top luxury sedan model, will reach a combined EPA-rated combined fuel economy of 35 mpg.

This is the same as the Audi A6 sedan.

In terms of fuel economy, the R4 S has a combined fuel efficiency of 30 mpg, and you can find a comparison of the Audi R-R8’s fuel economy against the Audi E6 and the BMW 6 Series Coupe.

The average EPA rating of the A5 is 25 mpg; the R9 has a total fuel economy rating of 36 mpg on the highway.

All of the other top-end luxury seders are rated at either 24 or 28 mpg in the city and 31 mpg combined on the country’s freeways.

The best selling luxury sedan in the US is the Audi Q3.

Audi’s Q3 is a luxury sedan that offers great fuel economy at the lowest possible price.

The Q3 has a combination of the best driving dynamics of any luxury sedan on the road, and its engine is rated as the world top-rated 4.2 liter, turbocharger-powered V8.

The price is $100,000.

It will be available in the first quarter of 2020, but it will be priced at $111,999 for the first time.

Audi has a new premium sedan in 2018.

The $150,000 Q5 comes standard, and this luxury sedan has a 5.4-liter, six-cylinder V8 and a combined 1,000 horsepower.

It has a price tag of $137,995.

It comes with an eight-speeker audio system and a five audio speakers, plus a seven horsepower electric motor, and comes with options for a six-, eight-, and nine-speeter audio system.

It can also have an optional seven-speeder audio system for $10,995, or it can be paired with the Audi Sport package for $14,995 and comes equipped with an automatic gearbox, automatic transmission with paddle shifters, and power-adjustable front seats.

The four-wheel-drive system is optional and comes standard.

The luxury-sedan segment is going through a renaissance.

The 2017 Mercedes-AMG GLC Coupe and Mercedes-Ampera Q5 were both very popular, but they were also quite expensive, and neither of them have a six or eight-