The following cars represent the most technically advanced available.
Comfortable, high-tech, and fairly efficient, the Audi RS 7 is a total-package car with a healthy dose of horsepower.
Audi's RS Q3 is a silly, silly car. It's a small SUV with 306bhp and zero to 62 time that puts many others to shame. However, I wonder whether it's the best it can be.
With no real smarts and relatively little actual cleaning power, this sad robot is borderline useless.
With dual mop and sweeper functionality, this floor cleaner wants to help you tidy up.
Audi’s RS line is its hottest level of performance, and the new 560 HP RS7 is the hottest of them all. Even more impressively, it's a cozy commuter and a canyon carver.
Audi's RS7 is perhaps the perfect car if you can afford it; learn the new technology behind power steering; and top 5 car technologies for your parents.
The company's 2014 flagship, dubbed the Reference Series, combines a host of enhancements and offers a truly gigantic 120-inch size in support of its bombastic claim.
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Brian Cooley finds that Audi's RS 7 is perhaps the perfect car if you can afford it; learn the new technology behind power steering; and top 5 car technologies for your parents.
Audi's Q3 is a decent car, so the RS version should be pretty awesome. Should is the operative word here...
The Skoda Octavia is a great car -- it's spacious, good to drive and cheap. However, there is a way to improve it: power.