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The new Audi A8: future of the luxury class
  • World debut for flagship model at Audi Summit in Barcelona
  • New design language and a pioneering touch operating concept
  • Piloted driving functions to be rolled out in production Audi A8 versions from 2018
Today is where the future begins in the luxury class: The new Audi A8 makes its world debut at the Audi Summit in Barcelona. In its fourth generation, the flagship model again provides the benchmark for Vorsprung durch Technik – with a new design language, an innovative touchscreen operating concept and a systematically electrified drive. The Audi A8 is also the first production automobile in the world to have been developed for highly automated driving. From 2018, Audi will gradually be taking piloted driving functions such as parking pilot, garage pilot and traffic jam pilot into production.

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