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.
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.
If men were cars this particular motor would have Vin Diesel's body, Brad Pitt's face and Daniel Craig's arse. I know my dream man is half black, half white and has a combined age of 125, but the point I'm making is that the R8 is a fantasy come true, take-your-breathe-away styling coupled with road dominating performance. As sports cars go it ticks all the boxes, beauty, brawn, power, stability and desirability.
Audi's Q5 might be at the most expensive end of the SUV / Crossover market; I actually tested the mid-range spec level with the top diesel engine under the bonnet. I have to say Audi's 3.0L TDI is one of the best, in the not just the range, but the motoring industry and it certainly doesn't disappoint in the Q5's body.
Whether it's due to the lack of roof or because it arrived in a stunning Sahara grey. I'd like to think that the most impressive thing about the new Audi 1.8 TFSI is that if I didn't know how big the engine was, I'd be telling you how great Audi's new 2.0 litre turbo engine performs. The new 1.8 is the perfect example to prove that size really doesn't matter.