2003 Audi A8
Audi has usually done things its own way, a strategy thats been intermittently successful. For 2003, Audi will continue with that line of... Read More
Audi has usually done things its own way, a strategy thats been intermittently successful. For 2003, Audi will continue with that line of thought, although in the case of the new A8, its focus will include the phrase lead, never follow. One look at its new flagship and it becomes apparent Audi is hell-bent on pushing BMW and Mercedes aside and leading the pack in the luxury sedan market. In terms of its exterior design, the new A8 is far more aggressive than its predecessor. The flat front end has a strikingly short overhang, the tail is high and imposing and an overall pronounced wedge shape gives it a sporty stance. From a distance the new car looks surprisingly compact; however, at 199 in. long and nearly 79 in. wide, it is one magnificent beast. Compared to the previous generation A8, the number of body components has been significantly reduced by using larger castings and extruded sections that surround the fully enclosed aluminum space frame. The new A8 is some 60% stronger than before, a none too easy Minimize
Product Review Summary
2 Reviews from Epinions.com
Nov 28, 2002
Pros: Superb luxury, incredible comfort and power.
Cons: Can be a little pricey when compared with competitors.
The 2003 Audi A8 is a superior automobile. For anyone whose money is no object, a test drive will convince you. Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 15, 2004
An incredible car... if you can afford it
Pros: Looks (exterior, interior), Special features, space, horsepower, speed.
Cons: stereo system, price
A wonderful car. If you can afford it it is well worth it. Really beautiful. Cool. Read More at Epinions.com