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AVS are pleased to announce limited availability on the new Audi RS4 Avant from January 2018.
Audi now have two versions of the Audi RS4 Avant due for release. The first is a standard model and the second is a cost difference of £10,000.00 and named the Audi RS4 Avant Carbon Edition. I wonder why this is...
The Carbon Edition benefits from believe it or not… more carbon features. This includes a Carbon Engine Cover, Carbon Door Mirrors and the Carbon Matt Aluminium Styling Pack. Not that either cars are short of specification but if you want something aesthetically different, the Carbon Edition could be the better option for you!
Audi have managed to incorporate a similar interior to the Audi RS6 and Audi Q7 models. A Honeycomb Fine Nappa Leather Interior that looks incredibly comfortable and the Audi Virtual Cockpit now is a standard feature for the new Audi RS4 Avant.
Audi have really pushed the parameters on the new RS4 Avant with a very impressive specification. A 450PS 2.9L TFSI quattro engine which is accompanied by an 8-Speed Tiptronic Gearbox. With 600Nm you are propelled from 0-62MPH in just 4.1 seconds. Obviously though, you are going to buy this car for the miles per gallon figure which just so happens to be a very impressive 32.1MPG.
There are very limited vehicles available for January 2018 delivery so be quick! If you are interested contact us on 02920 761919 or by filling out the contact form.
Another one of our satisfied client's has taken delivery of what could be, the last NEW diesel Audi SQ5 in the country! Adaptive Vehicle Solutions Ltd sourced the car specifically for our client which in-turn has been delivered to their home doorstep. The only problem, there may not be another vehicle out there until the arrival of the new 2017/2018 model.
Have you thought about what to do next? Do not be deterred, Adaptive Vehicle Solutions Ltd have access to build allocations for later in 2017. Initially the Audi SQ5 will be released in a 3.0l TFSI Petrol car but Audi have also confirmed the car will follow in Diesel form.
Engine: 3.0l V6 Bi-Turbo
For now this is all we have but rest assured, as soon as we have more you will be the first to know.
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Nathan is on his way back. Gorgeous car and more than great service!
Thank you very much, I will be back for my next one.
Audi A5 3.0 TDI S Line Special Edition Convertible
AVS PRICE: £22,495.00
47 Monthly Payments: £297.30
Final Payment: £9,009.50
Terms and Conditions apply, please contact us for full details! E&OE.
Bought, Sold and Delivered within 2 working days, Adaptive Vehicle Solutions have just sold this beautiful 2016 MY Audi Q7 to another satisfied client.
However, this did raise the question within AVS of which is better, the new shape or the previous shape Audi Q7. Mixed opinions here, what are your thoughts... top or bottom?
Adaptive Vehicle Solutions Ltd have the pleasure in offering to you this STUNNING, Audi R8 5.2 V10 Coupe S-Tronic for sale! Finished in Daytona Grey with Black Leather Interior, this vehicle benefits from a stunning specification. Items such as Bang & Olufsen, Magnetic Ride, Carbon Side Blades and Carbon Inlay Interior set this car apart from the rest.
This vehicle has been under the care of a single owner with gargae facilities and covered only 2600 miles in the car.
For full specification details and high resolution images please click here.
At any moment now, Audi are looking to release the new SUV flagship, the Audi SQ7. What do we know?
Well firstly, it is direct competition to JLR’s Range Rover Sport models, benefiting from 429bhp! Under the hood is an ALL NEW 4.0 V8 Diesel Twin Turbocharged Engine, projecting the car from a standstill to 62mph in just 4.8 seconds and 900Nm of Torque!
Now although it is 81bhp difference to the V8 Supercharged Range Rover Sport and 121bhp difference to the SVR. The 0-62mph timing is between one tenth and five tenths of a second slower. Not bad for a car that is between £15,000 – £25,000 cheaper to buy!
Statistically the Audi also prevails in emissions and MPG’s, claimed at 38.2MPG and 194g/km of CO2. With the combined MPG and sensible application of power, you will look to return 700 miles over an increased 85l fuel tank.
Changes over the base Audi Q7 include, new Grille Design, Air Intakes, Exterior Mirror Housing and LED Lighting is now a standard feature. Virtual Cockpit is also standard but for the no needle feature it is an additional cost. You also have the option to add a head-up display.
Other features include Infotainment Centre, MMI System and Bang and Olufsen Sound System.
You will be able to order your vehicle shortly, the first batch of cars are due to arrive August 2016 and start from £70,000.00.
Stephan Winkelmann will depart as CEO of Lamborghini as of March 15th 2016 and move onto greener pastures within Audi Quattro GmbH. We have an awful lot to thank Mr Winkelmann for, especially with the up and coming Lamborghini Urus and the current Lamborghini Huracan, Aventador models.
Ex-team principal for the Ferrari F1 Stefano Domenicali has been announced as the new CEO of Lamborghini.
Domenicali is due to start his position as CEO for the highly illustrious supercar company currently under the Volkswagen Group on March 15th 2016. Known for their ostentatious styling and incredible power, can Domenicali improve on an already impressive vehicle line-up?
What we know about Stefan Domenicali? Predominantly a Ferrari man since the early 90’s, roles including finance, sporting director for the heavily decorated Ferrari F1 team in the Michael Schumacher era, and successor to Jean Todt as Ferrari F1 team principal in 2008.
Domenicali did trigger speculation amongst the motor sport industry with his move as Vice President for Audi in 2014. A possibility of Audi being introduced into the F1 paddock may have been on the cards, but never came to fruition.
No matter the outcome, we wish them the best of luck on their new ventures.
The Detroit Motor Show always provides a great selection of unveilings, however, this year Audi have built upon the Q6 e-Tron platform from the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show and developed a a fresh Hydrogen Fuel System concept.
They call it, the Audi h-Tron. Being a concept, the Audi h-Tron features a whole host of technology, but where do we start?
Well, a 110kW Hydrogen fuel cell and an additional 100kW from a battery will be available temporarily. Initial consumption figures show that hydrogen seems to be a much more resourceful and time efficient exercise. 1kg of hydrogen input will output an estimated 62 miles range with total range of 373 miles. Gone is the pain of waiting hours for your car to charge, this will take less than 5 minutes according to various articles.
Do you sacrifice performance for economy? It wouldn’t seem in this case you do, circ 310hp and 550Nm and it will take you less than 7 seconds to a 0-62mph speed. However the only downside, a limited top speed of 124mph. May we remind you that you drive within the relevant speed limit of the road.
It wouldn’t be an Audi without a laser scanner, newly produced cameras and ultrasonic sensing. A computer called zFAS has been introduced as the cars new brain. Could this be the dawn of Skynet? With all this fancy tech, the car in theory should be able to drive itself up to the speeds of 40mph. In conjunction with the above, it aims to take the stress out of driving by manoeuvring traffic jams and allowing you to take your hand off the steering wheel for short periods of time.
The introduction of such tech would potentially see these being implemented on the latest Audi A8 heading to our roads in 2017.
Inside as always the concepts look mind blowing, this features an all new Audi Virtual Cockpit as a OLED curved display. New rear screens which we imagine to be an additional cost, touch sense steering wheel with online connectivity.
However, it is claimed the new Audi RS4 Avant has been spotted and may benefit from an increase in power / performance. Estimated at an increase of 36bhp and an overall output 480bhp 3.0 V6 Electric Turbo engine!
There is barely any information available at current, so once we have any information, you will be the first to know.
Another item to note, Audi are completely dismissing the Audi R8 V8 moving forward, it appears as though they want to utilise the new technology from the RS4 into the new Audi R8 V10 models. Again, little information has been released but has the potential to be an interesting story when more information is released.