Existence says it all: Audi S8 wreaks havoc with changes for 2021

Existence says it all: Audi S8 wreaks havoc with changes for 2021


To those carrying the appetite of speeds and a comfortable ride hooked with a luxury done up, well that’s pretty much covered by some other sedans too, but the  Audi S8 does that better to the 4 circle lovers. A twin-turbocharged V8 engine resting silently under the hood, the engine dynamics can offer you a boastful ride on the roads of grit. 

The veins are pretty much under the brawny A8 and the S8 by Audi receives the same performance suspension system, crispy powertrain, and the outer body surely ignites the racing aspirants. Rivalries are never-ending for the rulers and over here the BMW and the Mercedes would rather opt to step back in rendering the comfort quality and a wealth of features.

The finesse and the precision are perfectly digested down in the car.

What’s New In The Box Of 2021?

Since the Audi S8 has already been draped with the robs of changes for 2020 so it gets stroked a little for any further changes for 2021. 

New 21 inches of the wheel is what is its standard equipment, warm armrests for the front recliners, summer season tires, and 21 inches of wheel design is received by its Black Optic Package. 

What’s New In The Engine?

Sailing with just one engine, the Audi S8 has got a 4.0 liter V8 twin-turbocharged engine which exhales out a somewhat 563 horsepower and a 590 lb-ft of torquing strength, the transmission being an 8-speed automatic transmission has got an All-wheel-drive as standard. 

Cylinder de-linking or deactivation and some other fuel-saving-systems are embedded in the car and although the car boasts nearly 155 mph of top speed the hybrid engine wafts quietly with a small electric motor hooked with a battery.

There’s an active suspension system that mingles in person with each tire to juice out the best of riding abilities. The body roll of the Audi S8 is somewhat reduced and the cornering lissome has got a real punchy tweak this time. Ceramic carbon brakes are kept as optional.

The Feature Talk

Not always the cars are raised with a gradation set out by their instructor, that went the same with the NHTSA or the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the IIHS or the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety and the duo haven’t put an interrogative eyeing on the car. 

Bounteous driver assistance features like adaptive cruise control and a lane-keeping system are kept with a tag of optional.

  • Pedestrian detection system
  • An automated emergency braking system
  • Lane departure warning system
  • Semi-autonomous driving 
  • An adaptive cruise control system

The Price Tag Emblazoned

Embarking a powerful yet bounteous car which is as generous as a car and is as furious as it rides on roads is none other than Audi S8 and although it does call for a hefty amount of nearly $130,900 for the starter onlookers, it all will turn out as worth the price if rippling heat behind is your penchant for.