The 2021 Audi A8 is the most luxurious fully equipped sedan with four doors, equipped with standard equipment and some simplified option kits. 2021 Audi A8 55 TSFI 19-alloy wheels, adjustable air suspension, high-pressure camera, full LED exterior lighting, heat-insulated glass, doorless entrance, panoramic hatch, soft-closing doors, and a power-operated trunk. Inside, standard lighting includes leather upholstery, four-zone automatic climate control, Drive Select, variable coefficient control, 22-way power-adjustable front seats, navigable digital Virtual Cockpit meters, and standard Apple CarPlay / Android Auto, Stereo is a Bang and Olufsen division, with 17 speakers.
The Audi A8 TSFI e V6 plug-in adds hybrid driving power. The rear seat connection package includes two tablets, a rear DVD changer, a power supply, and two rear USB ports. The A8 60 TSFI model has additional features with V8 power. The executive package includes a rear-end traffic warning, double-glazed acoustic windshield, and heated steering wheel. The Driver Assistance package helps with intersecting support and road sign detection, as well as adaptive cruise control and active movement.
2021 Audi A8 Interior
The interior of the Audi A8 L features high-end cabinets that allow for any look and touch. The trim accents are real wood and you can cover almost all surfaces with soft, smooth leather. Not as bright and elegant as the A8 said, the Mercedes-Benz S-Class prefers to create a more business-like environment. The interior is isolated from almost all external roads, wind, and engine noise, which further enhances the tranquility. The convenience package for the two rear seats available inside the Audi 2021 A8, the most luxurious, is a 4-seater executive version of the A8 60 TSFI e PHEV and A8 60 TSFI models, with folding rear tables, reclining, ventilated and massaged rear seats, and remote controls that allow you to adjust the climate, lighting and even the front/rear seats of the front passenger seat. Here, too, the lucky rear passenger can enjoy a heated footrest.
Other options include 20 or 21-inch wheels and a 23-speaker Bang & Olufsen surround sound system with 1920 watts of power. In addition to wireless Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, HD Radio, Sirius Satellite radio, and wireless smartphone charging, the 2021 Audi S8 has a 360-degree camera, head screen, four-zone automatic climate control, paddle changer, panoramic hatch, Alcantara headliner, LED interior lamp and Valcona leather.
2021 Audi A8 Engine
Each 2021 Audi A8 and 2021 Audi S8 has equipped with a Quattro AWD and 8-speed automatic transmission. The A8 55 TSFI, a 3.0-liter V6, and a 48-volt soft-hybrid transmission, with 335 horsepower and 369 pounds of torque, has been rated at 17 miles per gallon by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). city, 26 mpg on the highway, and 21 mpg on co-driving. The PHEV model A8 60 TSFI e 54 MPGe, which combines an electric motor with a turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 to produce 443 horsepower and 516 pounds of torque. This large PHEV Audi sedan is not only fast but also has an electric range of 17 miles.
2021 A8 equipped with a 4.0-liter V8 turbocharged 4.8-liter V8 that produces 453 horsepower and 487-pound torque, the Audi A8 60 TSFI recovers 15 mpg city / 23 mpg trunk / 18 fuel consumption using a 48-volt soft hybrid system. mpg combined. Naturally, the most powerful large Audi sedan has the most pleasing appetite for the 563-horsepower S8 fuel. The 2021 Audi S8 is rated by the EPA at 13 mpg city / 22 mpg Highway / 16 mpg.
2021 Audi A8 Safety
The 2021 Audi A8 standard airbags include seven airbags, including the center’s airbag. Pre Sense is probably the most important standard security feature; it automatically closes the roof and windows of the car before an oncoming collision and deprives it of seat belts. The front and rear parking sensors are also standard, and although they are not technically a safety device, they do help protect the A8 from bumper swings, as well as a standard new 360-degree high-definition camera. The 2021 Audi A8 has not been fatally tested by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) or the Traffic Safety Insurance Institute (IIHS), but that is not a cause for concern.