Oh where to start, well firstly it's an Audi, secondly it's a super sport version of an already brilliant car that's selling hand over fist. From the previous sentence you can surely tell that it's irritating good..... AGAIN!
Several things can be stated without fear of being proved wrong, Graham Norton will always be irritating and a bad stereotype, British summertime will be a total disappointment and last no more than three weeks, I will continue wasting money playing the lottery and will almost definitely not win the jackpot and Audi Cabriolets will always be a touch of brilliance and massively popular with the general public.
Now it may seem like Top Gayer does feature new Audi's every month, two a month sometimes lol, the reason being I hear you cry? Audi are in the middle of launching one of the biggest ranges of cars in history, currently the Audi range is around a massive 34 models, and by the end of 2015 the range will be a world dominating 42 different models.
In the race to create the most cars in the smallest amount of time possible, I have to say Audi are making a lot of noise about the 42 models they will have by 2012. However BMW are making sure they aren’t left behind, and have created a car that not only satisfies the need to feel better than everyone else on the road, but has given these driving divas a way to do it in style, with the added substance to back it up.
It's finally here and ready to order, the super-super 5.2L V10 version of Audi's R8 super-car will be on UK roads within the next few weeks. For the few that have had the privilege of either driving or being a passenger in the al ready released 4.2L version of the sex-on-four-wheels R8 - It's even better.
Sleek, luxurious, spacious and sporty, the new XJ is being heralded as the absolute epitome of what an executive model should be and is expected to be the land barge of choice for those able to afford its £53,775 - £90,455 price tag and discerning company heads, lured away from the prestige German equivalents.
People Carriers, Shuttles, Battle Buses, Family Wagons… all names referring to the chunky and arguably most difficult to design (and make look good) cars in the motoring world…the MPV. The ability to seat 7 people in comfort including luggage has always seemed a challenge for many manufacturers, some ultimately producing gas guzzling, heavy machines that steer as tight as cruise liners and have about as much appeal as watching The Biggest Loser eating KFC (before the competition).
“To be known in the industry for our design” that was the thought that stuck in my head when testing the All-New Peugeot RCZ. A coupe that will be known for its unique rear headroom solution, and the chrome roof arches, Peugeot’s new goal is to be known within the car industry as the ultimate Design brand.
Since the launch of the new Laguna Coupe, Renault have changed the minds of us all, bringing a new prestige feel to a brand once slated, for being unreliable and of poor build quality. Next came the new Megane hatch and following suit is a much better car than it's predecessor. Poking fun at themselves with a fantastic new advertising campaign, and an honest attitude made the perfect platform to make way for the Megane Coupe, a car that looks phenomenal, but is it all that it's cracked up to be?