In late August 2011, Audi introduced the “charged” modification of its flagship sedan A8 (D4) with a label S. New debuted at the motor show in Frankfurt in September, and its sales have started in the spring of next year.
Configuration and price Audi S8 2016.
|4.0 TFSI||$116,000||4.0 petrol (520 hp)||Automatic (8)||full|
The new 2013 Audi S8 is equipped with a brand-wheel drive Quattro, and the transfer of torque to the wheel manages the 8-speed automatic transmission Tiptronic. As a result, a car weighing 1975 kg accelerates from zero to hundred in 4.2 seconds and its top speed is limited to 250 km/h. Compared with the engine V10, “eight” was not only a little more powerful, but as much as 23% more economical. In the combined cycle Audi S8 (D4) consumes an average of 10.2 liters per hundred liters against 13.2 previously. In many ways, this has been due to the use of systems “start / stop” and energy recovery during braking, as well as system automatically disconnects half the cylinders at low engine loads.
In addition, the standard equipment Audi S8 sedan 2013 includes an adaptive suspension with three different ride height adjustment, stabilization system with sport mode, active steering, powerful brakes and active noise control system in the cabin. Optionally, customers can order carbon-ceramic brakes, 21-inch wheels, all-sky cameras, night vision system, four-zone climate control, with built-in seat ventilation and massage function, and audiositsemu Bang & Olufsen c 19-speaker 1,400-watt capacity.
The updated sedan Audi S8 2014.
Along with the updated sedan Audi A8 2014 at the Frankfurt Motor Show debut in 2013 and restyled version of the S8 2014 model year. The car was modified bumpers, a new lighting fixtures, different grille and more prominent hood. Technically Audi S8 2014 remained unchanged, but now as an option it is possible to set the head optics technology matrix color automatically adjusts the light beam so as not to blind oncoming cars at night, podvechivat pedestrians on the roadside and road signs, and well in advance to direct the light in the direction of rotation.