Carbon Fiber Sasquatch
turbopumpkin
1/23/20
2:39 PM
10

This. It would definitely take M8 sales away too. Not many 2-doors out there any more for the upper management.

1/23/20
2:01 PM
60

It seems like the only logical solution now is to build an entire brand new car around this engine. Not just a run of the mill “Premium Sedan.” A full blown beast that just screams “Fuck you!” to anyone who looks at it. A complete exercise in opulence and arrogance.

1/22/20
11:16 AM
5

The Yaris GR would like a word with you...

1/22/20
9:47 AM
11

Look, the regular Honda E already makes 152 horsepower and it’s tiny. Why do we need more power? Why does it need harsher suspension, bigger brakes and more aggressive, angular styling—all things typical of a car that’s been Type R-ified? Slow car fast, my friends. That’s the way to live.

1/15/20
4:31 PM
2

If you accidentally invert a Hyundai ix35, then that looks a bit sexi.

1/15/20
2:02 PM
7

Right? Forget the 1,000+ horsepower Dodges and Lamborghinis; a tiny, lightweight car with that much power and true AWD is far more exciting.

12/17/19
4:44 PM
46

The only part of your comment I’ll disagree with is limiting it to Americans.  There are stupid people who don’t care how gaudy something is as long as it makes them look richer than they are all around the world, not just in the US.

12/16/19
7:30 PM
20

Why do you think Audi owes you a cheap wagon? If you want a “cheap” wagon, look at an Alltrack/Golf. Or an A4 Allroad. The previous A6 Allroad started at 42k in 2001. In 2019 dollars thats ~61k. Not that far off this new Allroad’s MSRP. So despite your outrage, I believe you’re wrong about the price. Just because YOU Read more

12/16/19
7:27 PM
8

I mean, by that logic Audi wouldn’t be able to sell as many Q5 and Q7s as it does, yet they’re insanely popular out here in San Francisco.

12/16/19
6:20 PM
21

Sales of the A4 allroad were strong enough to justify certifying the A6 allroad here, from that point getting the RS6 certified here was easier, since the RS6 drivetrain is already to be used here in two models that were definitely coming stateside. Read more

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12/16/19
6:10 PM
24

*Audi dealership warranty clerk screaming noises*

12/12/19
8:10 PM
125

Cool and maybe they can badge them with the torque rating in ounce inches too

12/4/19
7:47 PM
21

The only positive consequence of sedanpocalypse is that the sedans that remain, simply HAVE to do better. We know the Camry, Accord and Mazda 6 are all excellent cars now. I sat in the new Sonata at the LA motor show and was seriously impressed. I’m predicting the new Optima will be even better. Hyundai gets what Read more