The nicest badge you can find on an Audi is not the logo itself, but an angled red square with the letters R and S written beside it. That badge signifies a lot more than just a sportier version of a standard car, but the highest performing model that Audi can produce.
When Audi creates that, they’re not always done. They go back and try to work on it some more.
The results of this extra work? an RS Performance package. And this is exactly what they had done to an Audi Q3. Wait, what?
The Audi TT is one of the most popular Audi models and has always been known to handle like a GoKart, but they never were a show stopper. Sure, they had a few racy iterations, but the overall appeal left people wanting more. Audi was determined to change this, to make their TT stand out, perform and have a memorable ride that stays with you for quite some time.
And that brings us to this review, where I did not just get to test out an Audi TT, but its bigger, naughtier brother, the TTS!
Special thanks to Audi Middle East for the awesome weekend ride!
The Audi A6 is my favorite Mid-Size sedan from the Germans, but all I had towards it was appreciation for its interior, and exterior’s understated design. The Audi A6 is one of the most popular Audi’s around the roads and have been used in various limousine services, which meant it is a good enough car for the masses as well. So, I set up a test drive to do a review of the car and see whether my favorite Mid-Size sedan lives up to my expectations. Say hello everyone to the Audi A6.