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2019 Audi A8L Explained - New Audi A8 Luxury Sedan Experience

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The A8 is the king of Audi’s luxury sedans, packed with tech including autonomous driving features and luxury options—including a foot warmer for rear-seat passengers. A 335-hp turbocharged 3.0-liter V-6 is standard; a 460-hp twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8 is optional. All-wheel drive, an eight-speed automatic, and air suspension are standard. An optional system scans the road for imperfections and adapts the suspension to absorb them. A 449-hp plug-in hybrid with inductive charging arrives in 2019.
If the unregulated realm of the automated car is the Wild West, Audi could be the next Billy the Kid. Its all-new A8 luxury sedan is positioned to be the first vehicle to offer Level 3 self-driving capability.

Either way, the 2019 A8 poses a genuine threat to Mercedes-Benz, BMW, and Cadillac. It is taller, longer, more isolated from the road, yet better controlled than the A8 it replaces. It is a cruise missile for the wealthy; it flattens mountains and straightens freeways with ease. And even absent Traffic Jam Pilot, the official term for the headline self-driving feature, it’s quite likely the most technologically advanced car in the world.

Pricing will increase for the new A8, but Audi representatives say the bump will be modest. Given that a V-6–powered 2018 A8 starts at $83,475, we expect the fourth-gen car to begin at less than $90,000. If comfort, ease, convenience, and technological features are the measures of a modern luxury sedan, it’s hard to call the 2019 A8 anything but a win. It’s as silent, effortless, and serene an environment as can be had on four wheels. Few cars offer an escape from the chaos of modern driving as effectively as the 2019 A8—even when it’s not driving itself.
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