Lamborghini has released a very cool promotional trailer for the Lamborghini Aventador. Make sure to watch!
Various scenes show the testing of carbon-fibre, the checking of panel gaps and the workmanship involved in the leatherwork. It’s a stunningly produced piece, which will have keen automotive fans glued to the screen throughout the entire three-minute clip.
Some video coolness!
Mini the automaker is now making movies. Nah, just kidding.
A new and cool commercial by Mini (ala short film), originally released in 3D for Detroit Motor Show. Enjoy!
Supposedly this is the drawing for the current Audi A8, but from what I can see, the real car is nowhere near this beautiful, not even 1%. So maybe it’s a hint of the next-gen?
Some of the coolest cars photographed in the coolest ways!
Of course I’m not posting all that 100 photo’s here, you can check it out yourself at Autoblog. And I also know it’s almost the end of Jan 2011, but hey, better late than never.
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Just rumours/renders actually, of the next-gen Audi S8 and next-gen Maybach.
The new Audi A8 says goodnight to the Mercedes-Benz S-Class in this homage to a classic children’s story. From Audi of America. Kinda lame, but kinda nice at the same time.
Watch this, and don’t take your eyes off! Don’t worry, nothing scary.
A new interactive showroom on audi.co.uk lets users browse the brand’s iconic cars, technological innovation, motorsport success, and business. The new section showcases models from the 1913 Audi Type C, to the 80s quattro and the R8.
Audi fans can now take a trip down memory lane through the brand’s 100-year history with the new heritage section on its audi.co.uk website. Visitors to the site can take in the sights of iconic Audi cars, observe Vorsprung durch Technik in action, re-live the thrills and spills of the brand’s motorsport record, and explore how four companies became one.
Visit the Audi Heritage section on the Audi website to find out more: http://www.audi.co.uk/audi-innovation/heritage.html.
This is quite an old video. It is utterly lame throughout, but the visuals are nice at times!