Digitally remastered - how digital changed design
Traditionally, the final designs of cars, and indeed any object, were hand-drawn by teams of draughtsmen, but in the 1980s CAD (computer-aided design) technology replaced that process. Since then, technologies have become more and more refined and today, even the most intricate design details can be created digitally.

How does quattro help in winter?

In wintry conditions, even getting out of the driveway can be difficult. Once wheels start to spin, it’s difficult to get back on course. With quattro all-wheel-drive, torque is directed to each wheel as its needed. So when one wheel loses traction, your car keeps moving and you stay in control.
The Great Escape
Norway’s capital city is thriving. And from its roots as a former shipyard to its modern urban reputation, the waters of Oslofjord frame a city that’s as beautiful as it is forward-thinking.
Learn more about one of Europe’s fastest developing cities in the latest edition of Audi Magazine: 
The Audi Smart Display
At this month’s CES in Las Vegas, we unveiled the exciting prototype Audi Smart Display. Our new portable tablet features the Android operating system, a 10.2-inch full-HD display encased in brushed aluminium and is powered by a state-of-the-art NVIDIA Tegra 40 processor.
From controlling music and playing video content, to giving directions and displaying the car’s operating system, it can also be used at home or away from the car.  
See what T3 had to say about the portable tablet here:
The development of quattro

quattro is an innovation that allows dynamic driving and precise handling in all conditions, delivering power where it’s needed, when it’s needed. Find out how our all-wheel drive system has evolved from the iconic 1980 Audi quattro to the present day.