We talked a little last month about the imminent release of the new 2015 Audi TT, but now that the Geneva Auto Show has come and gone, we here at Audi Melbourne were very pleased with what we have seen, both in terms of aesthetics and performance. Continue reading
At this point, it would be more than obvious to say that we here at Audi Melbourne are excited to get our first in-depth reviews of the 2015 Audi TT from the Geneva Motor Show in just a couple of weeks, but there was recently a little bit of news that suggested that this new version of TT might actually be the beginning of a small family of TT hatchbacks and crossovers that could appeal to a number of different customers. Continue reading
With the Big Game over and the delightful shock of the Doberhuahua ad campaign behind us, we can turn our attention back to other news in the world of Audi vehicles, which today features a really interesting rumor surrounding an all-electric vehicle in the planning stages that could boast a pretty incredible range. Continue reading
Cars run on gas, which is an obvious thing for anybody over the age of three, but we all must occasionally wonder why engineers have not as of yet been able to develop an engine that can run on something that does not cost $3.50 a gallon. The DeLorean time machine from the “Back to the Future” movies ran on garbage, after all. What is stopping us from discovering something like that today? Continue reading
We here at Audi Melbourne, your Audi dealership in Melbourne, FL, have spent a lot of time this month talking about technological advancements coming to our production vehicles over the course of the next few years, but since nobody is complaining about all the excellent things Audi vehicles will soon be able to do, we will go ahead and drop another little bit of technological news that we think our customers are really going to enjoy: Audi vehicles will soon offer 4G LTE internet connectivity without having to leach off the 4G offered on a smartphone. Continue reading
For those that were not aware, the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas went down earlier this month, and while there was plenty to do with cars at the event, we here at Audi Melbourne were most interested (and most impressed) with the interior of the 2015 Audi TT, which saw the light of day for the first time at CES. Continue reading
When infotainment systems first started finding their ways into automobiles a few years ago, many drivers had to sit in their cars or SUVs while still in their garage or parking spot, just spending time familiarizing themselves with the operating system. Anybody who has ever used an infotainment system has loved it, but getting used to a new platform is admittedly something that can prove a little challenging.
Thankfully, Audi and Google recently announced a partnership that will put the Google Android operating system inside of Audi vehicles starting later this year. Almost everyone that uses a non-Apple smartphone is familiar with this OS and its organization of apps and customization options, which is why we here at Audi Melbourne believe the partnership ultimately will be very successful. Continue reading
Everybody knows that the second you drive a new vehicle off of the lot, it loses a pretty big chunk of its value, simply because it can no longer be considered a “new” vehicle. Cars are like that, though, more often depreciating in value over the life of ownership than appreciating.
The good news, though, is that some vehicles hold their value better than others, which is precisely the idea behind the annual ALG Residual Value Awards. Continue reading
In a perfect world, we would all be able to buy our loved ones brand new Audi vehicles as a holiday gift, whether it be for Christmas, Hanukkah, or Kwanzaa, but we here at Audi Melbourne are pretty realistic. We realize that spending the kind of money it would take to bring home a new 2014 Audi A4 may be a little more than Santa Claus probably wants to spend. Continue reading
There is no question that today’s automotive customer loves a good crossover. For us here at Melbourne Audi, the crossover revolution started in the 2006 model year with the Audi Q7, but over the course of the last several years the definition of “crossover” has expanded to include a lot of different types of vehicles, most of which have grown increasingly smaller. Continue reading