In today’s episode of #WhatsupAudi you’ll get to see the process of making a RS model. Furthermore, we’ll give you an insight on Audi’s current tech innovations and talk about future e-Charging. #AudiTogether
Making of RS:
The RS models from Audi Sport GmbH are the dynamic spearheads of their respective product lines. They have a strong character that consists of distinct design differentiation, full everyday usability, effortless top performance, and a thrilling driving experience. This results from a relentless focus on minute details by the designers and development and test engineers, and it is perfected over numerous test drives around the world. There is a behind-the-scenes look at development work.
The more complex the environment becomes, the more our power of innovation is needed. We therefore make targeted investments in technical development. Our engineers are working on innovative technologies, premium products, enhancing efficiency and services for the future of mobility. “Vorsprung durch Technik” is Audi’s motto; to continuously develop existing technologies is our aspiration. We are working continuously to maintain innovation leadership: in classical and alternative drive systems, in lightweight construction and production processes, in lighting technology, connectivity and driver assistance systems up to and including piloted driving. This is how we shape the key difference that defines Audi.
Audi Tech talk Charging:
The charging process is central to the everyday usability of an electric car. The shorter the stop required for charging the higher the customer’s satisfaction. Drivers of a fully electric Audi model thus benefit from high charging speeds because the charging capacity of up to 150 kW is available for a large portion of the charging procedure. This enables sophisticated thermal management of the lithium-ion battery. In order to assess the everyday usability of an electric car, customers should take not just the nominal maximum charging capacity but also the charging speed into account.
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Audi RS 6 Avant: Combined fuel consumption in l/100 km: 11,7 (20.1) – 11,5 (20.5), Combined CO2 emissions in g/km: 268 (431.3) – 263 (423.3); Information on fuel consumption and CO2 emissions as well as efficiency classes in ranges depending on the tires and alloy wheel rims used.
Audi RS Q8: Combined fuel consumption in l/100 km: 12.1 (19.4 US mpg); Combined CO2 emissions in g/km: 277-276 (445.8 – 444.2 g/mi)
Information on fuel/power consumption and CO2 emissions as well as efficiency classes in ranges depending on the tires and alloy wheel rims used.
Audi RS 7 Sportback: Combined fuel consumption in l/100 km: 11,6 (20.3) – 11,4 (20.6); combined CO2 emissions in g/km: 265 (426.5) – 261 (420.0); Information on fuel consumption and CO2 emissions as well as efficiency classes in ranges depending on the tires and alloy wheel rims used
Audi A6 Avant TDI quattro: Combined fuel consumption in l/100 km: 5,9-5,6; Combined CO2 emissions in g/km: 155-147; Information on fuel consumption and CO2 emissions as well as efficiency classes in ranges depending on the tires and alloy wheel rims used.
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