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The A8L is the pinnacle of Audi luxury sedans. It’s full of technology, including autonomous driving and a touch of luxury, even a rear foot warmer. A 3.0-liter, V6 with 340 hp is standard; a 460 hp V-8 with 4.0 liter twin turbo is optional. Four-wheel drive, an eight-speed automatic suspension and air are standard. An optional suspension system sweeps the road to bumps and adapts them to absorb them. A 449 hp plug-in hybrid with inductive load is in preparation. Therefore, Audi still does not say whether the first car with the ability to drive automatically, it can drive alone when it comes in the fall of 2018 in the US in the sale. In any case, the A8 2019 poses a real threat to Mercedes-Benz, BMW and Cadillac. It's bigger, longer, more isolated from the road, but better controlled than the A8 that replaces it. It is a cruise missile for the rich; smooths the mountains and straightens the roads easily. And even Abs Traffic Jam Pilot, the official term for auto-direction titles, is most likely the most technologically advanced car in the world.
The Audi engineer responsible for the development of the BAS system, his goal is to help gasoline engines achieve their operating speeds as quickly as possible and thus reduce fuel consumption. The BAS system adds torque to the powertrain, but its contributions are at the low end, away from the top performance of the engines. As a steering sedan, the A8 has the size to compete with other German mega-cruisers. Its wheelbase is 1.5 inches shorter than the Mercedes-Benz S-Class and 3.3 inches shorter than the BMW 7 Series. There is a segment built around the back seat, and the three cars provide ample room for the Testonis to breathe. Both systems receive limited hybrid support, thanks to the use of an alternator that also functions as a starter (BAS, alternatively via Audi language), a system that drives a 48-volt electrical system. The generator / starter is good for 16 hp in the recovery of energy and 9 hp by supporting the gasoline engine.