Foi publicado no canal Shend Riza Cars o vídeo “2021 Audi RSQ8 4.0 V8 Review interior exterior – Shend Riza Cars”.
Segundo informado pelo canal Shend Riza Cars: “Audi’s crack at the SUV-that-thinks-it’s-a-supercar segment. It already makes the more understated, and talented triple-turbo V8 diesel SQ7 and SQ8, but this is a full-house RS model, so gets the same lunatic 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 petrol engine as the RS6 estate… producing 592bhp and 590lb ft of torque. That means 0-62mph in 3.8 seconds, 0-124mph in 13.7 seconds, and a limited top speed of 155mph. Insert wide-eye emoji here.\n\nIf the RSQ8 is your thing and you’re looking for a way to justify it, you could argue that its superior ground clearance, air suspension that’s height-adjustable by 90mm, hill-descent control and commanding view of the road (or field) ahead give it some mild off-road ability and therefore a raison d’être. But you show us someone who’s prepared to leave the tarmac on the standard 22-inch wheels (or optional 23s as tested) and I’ll show you my unconvinced face. Clearly this is a car you either get, or you don’t.\n\nIf you’ve sat in any new Audi from the A6 upwards, you’ll be familiar with the multi-screen, virtually buttonless layout. On first inspection it looks fantastic – sleek, uncluttered, built to unfeasibly tight tolerances – like any hi-end piece of consumer electronics really, and perfectly in step with Audi’s techy image. But to actually use? Not so much. The graphics are slick, the connectivity is top-end, the response as good as anything out there, but having to jab at a screen with haptic feedback rather than a physical button just isn’t as satisfying, and a lot more distracting on the move. What’s more, it’s not long before your smudge-free glassy dashboard is covered in greasy fingerprints. I should point out that this is a bug bear with all new large Audi interiors, not just the RSQ8, but still, worth mentioning.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n#audi#rsq8#V8”