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        Audi A8 L [2018-2022]

        The Audi A8 L [2018-2022], a Sedan from Audi, was launched in India in Feb, 2020.

        Audi A8 L [2018-2022] price starts from ₹ 1.58 Crore in India. A8 L [2018-2022] is available in 7 colours - Moonlight Blue Metallic, Navarra Blue Metallic, Seville Red Metallic, Terra Grey Metallic, Vesuvius Grey Metallic, Impala Beige Pearl effect, Glacier White Metallic. A8 L [2018-2022] seating capacity is 4 People. A8 L [2018-2022] mileage is 12 km/l. A8 L [2018-2022] has received Not Tested safety ratings.

        A8 L [2018-2022] is available in 1 versions and 1 fuel options(s) - Petrol. Petrol models comes with 2995cc engine which generates peak power of 335 bhp @ 5000 rpm .

        A8 L [2018-2022] competes with Audi A8 L, Mercedes-Benz EQS and BMW M4 Competition in India.

        Audi A8 L [2018-2022] Model List

        A8 L [2018-2022] Model Price Key Specs
        55 TFSI quattro ₹ 1.58 Crore Petrol, 2995 cc, Automatic (TC)

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        ₹1.58 crore

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        ₹ 1.29 - 1.57 Crore Avg. Ex-Showroom price

        Audi A8 L [2018-2022] Key Specifications

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        ₹ 1.58 Crore
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        12 km/l
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        Seating Capacity

        4 People
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        Not Tested
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        2 Years (Unlimited KMs)
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        Engine Size

        2995 cc
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        Automatic (TC)
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        5302 mm L X 1945 mm W X 1485 mm H
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        72 litre

        A8 L [2018-2022] Expert Review


        2015 Audi A8L 60 TDI Drive Review

        Born as the luxurious flag bearer, the Audi A8 has never missed an opportunity to impress the comfort and luxury seeking kinds. While rest of the world was busy swooning over the new generation S-Class, Audi took a step ahead to make sure its kingship is retained.

        The new A8 has got a dapper upgrade. It makes more power than before and comes with more comforting features. It also promises to take you generations ahead with its latest innovation of Matrix headlamps which make use of 25 small individual light-emitting diodes.

        There is so much that has gone into making the new A8 feel a class apart that it can take a day or two to completely memorize all the new additions and options. Instead of spending time reading about it, we chose to get a real feel of it.


        Appearance Exterior

        What does the new A8 L teach us? It teaches us that an understated design can leave an astounding impact too. It seems that the new A8 L seeks inspiration from crime thrillers and serious German dramas with its intensely cold looks.

        Since this was my very first with the premium Audi, the design made me take few interesting notes of it. Firstly, it looks very much like other Audis but as they say, the beauty is in the detailing. The most impressive feature which is an optional trait and can set you back seriously is its Matrix headlamps. Working inside are 25 small individual light-emitting diodes per unit that can be switched on and off or dimmed individually as needed resulting in phenomenal 966,105,422 different configurations of illumination.

        The single frame radiator grille along with the new front bumper now has more sculpted elements than before. All the seven horizontal slats inside the grille are finished in chrome and so are the profile lines running along the lower width of the front bumper. The long bonnet too does away with character power lines to drop a hint of what’s inside.

        The length of the A8 has gone up too and is now an S-Class rivalling 5265mm. Available as a long wheel base edition only; the amazing length of the A8 paired with a shorter height makes it look unique. Another sporty addition is the 7-spoke alloy wheels. Officially, the 60 TDI gets 235/55 R18 tyres but the press car came in with more impressive R19 tyres.

        The lines on the boot have been revisited with fresher and wider looking tail lamps. It now gets sequential dynamic turn indicators. The segments of the LED light band are illuminated in turn within milliseconds, creating a pulse of light that runs outwards in the direction in which the car is turning. The rear bumper too has got new contours and edges. The sleek chrome exhaust openings merge neatly with the bumper.


        Appearance Interior

        Inside the new A8 L you are greeted with some of the finest and most luxurious trims, leather and stitches. You can possibly spend a complete week sitting with the sales executive telling him what and how you want in your individually customised A8. Audi is not shy of offering multiple options and the number goes to 23 interior leather colours and 12 wooden inlays. Customers can also opt for personalized headrest logo. Who would have thought of that?

        The cockpit view is as ravishing as an ideal expensive Audi car should be. This one also felt special as it had ‘India Edition’ carefully etched on the aluminium finished scuff plates. They have managed to out beat themselves by pushing the mark a bit further. The matured yet contemporary styling of the interiors will attract a certain kinds for sure.

        The twin pod analogue instrumental cluster has a neat layout with central information display. It gets a heads up display along with navigation view on the cluster. Move on the central console and there is everything you need to control and shuffle almost anything. The famous MMI system is at its gentle best alerting the occupants about different vehicle settings and then there is MMI Touch, which has a touchpad screen and can identify inputs of characters and numbers.

        I wonder if anyone would mind hearing music through 19 loudspeakers including sub woofers each with its own amplifier channel with a total output capacity of 1400watts. To make it sound more convincing, we are talking of a Bang & Olufsen Advanced Sound System, which obviously features as an optional among the millions of options to choose from. It comes as a standard only on the W12.

        Apart from all these expensive toys and buttons and controls, the other reason to get one of these expensive limousines is the comfort offered. One can literally sink inside the efficiently and cosily bolstered seats. The rear occupants can get their reading glasses on and work on laptops as it gets twin charging points conveniently located beside the long stream of central console flowing from front to the rear. There are foldable trays, cardan swivelling reading lights with LEDs etc.

        After a tiring day of signing cheques and seeing presentations, it might feel superbly comfortable to surrender to those rear seats as it also gets a pneumatic massage function as well as seat ventilation and seat heating. There is a 4-zone deluxe automatic air conditioning for the rear occupants. You can also have an Individual choice of colour for the floor mats. Why would anyone want to get out of this car? 

        Performance Drive

        If you believe in the old school thought of ‘There is no replacement for displacement’, then the A8 L is surely your ride. Unlike its competition trying to get major numbers from smaller diesel engines, the A8 uses a 4.2L V8 making it the most powerful diesel car in India.

        The updated motor now makes more power than before at 386bhp. Even the number of Newton metres that this one makes has gone up which now stands tall at 850. That’s enough torque to make one sit upright while driving enthusiastically on straight lines and not just sink inside the driver’s seat with boredom.

        Agreeably, the A8 L is a luxury limousine. It gets the best in terms of everything to make the occupants feel spoilt with the ultra rich options and trims to choose from. This should have made Audi go easy on the performance bit of this car but contrary to my belief and everyone’s perception, the A8 L can do serious stopwatch shattering timings compared to its rivals by touching a speed of 100 km/h in 4.6 seconds, which also happens to be 0.1 seconds quicker than the insane 6.3L FSI variant.

        How do you get that much of torque from the engine to reach the surface, there is a very simple solution to it. The A8 comes with a standard torque sensing Quattro permanent all wheel drive system, which gauges the needs of the situation and immediately transfers drive force to each individual wheel. The Quattro paired with Sport differential, which if offered as standard, does help in active driving.

        Doing the job of whipping all those horses is the ZF sourced 8-speed Tiptronic transmission with crisp Shift quality, be it downshifting through revs or hurried upshifting, the box doesn’t act confused and is very swift to change the ratios. The shifter paddles behind the wheel are handy but giving more character to the shifts is the aircraft take-off lever styled gear selector mounted on the central console.

        The adaptive air suspension intelligently senses the surface before changing the settings on individual wheels so that the disturbances caused by the undulations do not reach the cabin. This is also complimented by the fantastic cabin insulation which doesn’t let any foreign noise penetrate the cabin. Meaning even if there is a war happening outside and the roads aren’t good, the occupants will remain immune to the outside world.

        The gigantic proportions of the A8 might feel discomforting while inside the city but surprisingly it isn’t. Convenient manoeuvrability makes dodging city traffic an easy task. It also comes with a 360 degree view with multiple cameras located at different points.

        Once done tackling the built up side of a city, the highways was where the A8 is eager to be on. It gets Audi Drive select with vivid modes to choose from comfort, dynamic, auto, efficiency and individual which allows to change the vehicle’s characteristics by adapting the power steering assistance, accelerator and gear changing characteristics and the adaptive air suspension. The Dynamic setting, needless to say, makes the car feel sportier with agility as prime focus while in the comfort mode, the setup shifts towards softer settings. In the efficiency mode, fuel consumption takes over as everything else gets compromised.

        The A8L weighs a hefty 2170 kgs which is quite a lot but then the endless list of equipments paired with an elephant of an engine will obviously make the car weigh on the opposite side of piddly. Interestingly, the weight is not a log to haul on straight lines as the stability is amazing. Keep shifting through those cogs of Tiptronic unit and it keeps on building momentum. The only area where the A8 reminds you of its size is around corners; where the front nose sticks straight and acts stubborn to change directions. It does not feel as confident on turns as on straight roads.


        Tech Specs

        Technical Specifications
         Make Audi
         Model A8 L
        Variant 60 TDI
        Fuel Diesel
        Price (Rs.) 1.35 Cr
        Engine Capacity 4134
        Power in Bhp/RPM 385 / 3750
        Torque in Nm/RPM 850 / 2,000-2,750
        Gears 8-SpeedTipTronic
        Length mm 5265
        Width mm 1949
        Height mm 1471
        Wheel base mm 3122
        Kerb Weight in Kg 2170
        Fuel tank capacity L 90
        Tyre Spec 235 / 55 R18


        Features Audi A8L
        Leather multifunction sport steering wheel in 3-spoke design with shift paddles** Yes
        Selector lever in leather Yes
        Metallic or pearl effect paint Yes
        Comfort seats, front including Valcona leather Yes
        Comfort centre armrest, front Yes
        Seat heating, front and rear Yes
        Seat ventilation and massage function, front Yes
        Comfort head restraints, rear Yes
        4-zone deluxe automatic air conditioning Yes
        Ambient lighting Yes
        Full leather package including headlining and rear parcel shelf in Alcantara as well as electric sunblinds on the rear window and on the rear door windows Yes
        Lower inlay in brushed aluminium, silver Yes
        Extended aluminium look in the interior Yes
        “design selection” emblem in the door trims Yes

        Competition All Specs

        A8 L
        XJ L
        Variant 60 TDI 3.0 V6 S350CDI
        Fuel Diesel Diesel Diesel
        Price (Rs.) 1.35 Cr 95 Lakhs 1.16 Cr
        Engine Capacity 4134 2995 2987
        Power in Bhp/RPM 385 / 3750 271 / 4000 255 / 3600
        Torque in Nm/RPM 850 / 2,000-2,750 600 / 2000 620 / 1600
        Gears 8-SpeedTipTronic 8-Speed Auto 7G-DCT
        Length mm 5265 5252 5246
        Width mm 1949 1899 1899
        Height mm 1471 1457 1494
        Wheel base mm 3122 3157 3165
        Kerb Weight in Kg 2170 1988 2132
        Fuel tank capacity L 90 83 70
        Tyre Spec 235 / 55 R18 NA 275 / 45 R18


        Why should you buy this ultra expensive Audi? For starters, there are infinite customization options which include 100 exteriors colours and a great number of interior trim permutations. This gives you a complete access to one of the finest in the class. The other merit is obviously the uniqueness of every car as you can even get your own logo stitched on the seats.

        You shall never be late for any meetings, as the 4.2L V8 owns the title of being the most powerful diesel car in India. Some might argue that its closest rival looks better and is more modern but then they would also agree that a younger Brad Pitt doesn’t even come remotely close to an iconic Marlon Brando, whose cold looks and lesser words earned him a cult.


        Audi A8 L [2018-2022] Price List

        Find a list of all 1 petrol versions of Audi A8 L [2018-2022]. This table includes on-road price which covers all costs like RTO and Insurance.

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        Petrol, 2995 cc, Automatic (TC), 12 kmpl tooltip
        Fuel Type: Petrol
        Engine: 2995 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
        Transmission: Automatic (TC)
        Mileage: 12 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
        ₹ 1.58 Crore
        Key features : Sunroof, Cruise Control, Push Button Start, Leather Seats, Wireless Charger

        Audi A8 L [2018-2022] Discontinued Versions

        Note: ALL Audi A8 L [2018-2022] 55 TFSI quattro have been discontinued.

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        About Audi A8 L [2018-2022]

        Audi is all geared up for the launch of its 2022 A8L facelift in India on 12 July, 2022. The ‘L’ in the name A8L denotes a long wheelbase as it gets an additional 130mm of wheelbase than the standard A8. This fourth-generation facelift of the flagship saloon features mild exterior changes along with a new iteration of the MIB software. 

        The key highlights of the A8L facelift include a large radiator grille, new digital headlights and daytime running lights, a resigned front bumper, restyled rear OLED lights, and a new set of alloy wheels. 

        The A8L comes with Audi’s latest MIB3 iteration for the driver display and touchscreen infotainment system. With the facelift, the carmaker also offers a pair of 10.1-inch screens for the rear passengers and a touchscreen controller placed in the rear armrest. 

        The India-bound 2022 A8L facelift may be powered by a 3.0-litre, bi-turbo, V6 petrol engine with a mild-hybrid functionality.

        Audi will offer the updated A8L with 10 airbags, traction control, ESP, all-wheel steering, ABS with EBD, all round disc brakes, seat belt reminder, front and rear parking sensors, forward collision warning and lane departure warning.

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        Quick Facts about Audi A8 L [2018-2022]

        Audi A8 L [2018-2022], a Sedan, is available from ₹ 1.58 Crore in India. Audi offers the latest A8 L [2018-2022] in 1 versions in India. The base model 55 TFSI quattro starts at ₹ 1.58 Crore in Delhi and the top model 55 TFSI quattro priced at ₹ 1.58 Crore in Delhi. If you are looking for 4 seater car then you should consider A8 L [2018-2022].

        A8 L [2018-2022] comes in 1 Petrol version (s).

        The Petrol version comes with 2995cc engine capacity and Automatic (TC) transmission mode(s). It generates 335 bhp @ 5000 rpm.

        Audi A8 L [2018-2022] comes in 7 colors which include Moonlight Blue Metallic, Navarra Blue Metallic, Seville Red Metallic, Terra Grey Metallic, Vesuvius Grey Metallic, Impala Beige Pearl effect, Glacier White Metallic.

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        Price ₹ 1.58 Crore ₹ 1.29 Crore ₹ 1.55 Crore ₹ 1.44 Crore
        Fuel Type Petrol Mild Hybrid(Electric + Petrol) Electric Petrol
        Engine Size 2995 cc 2995 cc - 2993 cc
        Transmission Automatic (TC) Automatic Automatic Automatic (TC)
        Power 335 bhp @ 5000 rpm 335 bhp @ 5000 rpm - 503 bhp @ 6250 rpm
        Torque 500 Nm @ 1370 rpm 500 Nm @ 1370 rpm - 650 Nm @ 2750 rpm
        Safety Rating Not Tested Not Tested 5 Star (Euro NCAP) 5 Star (Euro NCAP)
        Boot Space 505 litres 505 litres 610 litres 440 litres
        Ground Clearance - - - 120 mm
        Size 5302 mm L X 1945 mm W X 1485 mm H 5302 mm L X 1945 mm W X 1488 mm H 5216 mm L X 1926 mm W X 1512 mm H 4794 mm L X 1887 mm W X 1393 mm H
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        Audi A8 L [2018-2022] News

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