This model of Audi is amazing and beautiful look. The photos from the new concept car “E-Tron Spyder” from Audi, a model currently under development in California with amazing body and interior design. Shown at the 2010 Paris Auto Show, this roadster is a plug-in hybrid powered by a 221 kW (296 bhp) twin-turbo TDI 3.0 L V6 diesel engine driving the rear wheels, plus two electric motors together producing 64 kW (86 bhp) powering the frontage wheels. Audi’s E-Tron is the remarkable electric car concept still, but is it worth its weight in electrons as a factual driver’s weapon? We headed to the twisties of Southern California to discover out if Audi’s getting it right. Are you tired of hearing about transportation of the future that puts low-emissions over rare speed and driverless protection ahead of driver involvement? It seems that Audi is too, if this E-Tron Spyder is anything to go by. It’ll do 0-to-62 mph in 4.4 seconds and hit 155 mph, all while returning a combined average of 106 mpg with its diesel/electric hybrid powertrain.Still, driving a $5 million observation car and having the cops close The Snake for you is still pretty damn neat, if only for the feel of your hair blowing in the wind flying over that low, speedster-style windshield. A section of Mulholland Highway, The Snake encompasses 21 perfectly-paved corners in a 2.2-mile section running through the Santa Monica Mountains north of LA.you see this amazing post of vehicle and comments about this.
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December 3rd, 2011 Farhan