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Audi Car Competitions - Win an Audi Car in the UK

Audi Car Competitions

We have all the very best competitions to win a car online including an Audi. Win an Audi car today in an online car competition. Win an Audi R8 or an Audi RS6 this month.

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Best of the Best has been established for over 6 years and has outlets at London Heathrow Terminal 3 and Terminal 4, London Gatwick North Terminal and South Terminal, London Stansted, London Luton, Manchester Terminal 1 and Terminal 2, and Glasgow Airport. We have now had over 150 winners who have received over 7million worth of prizes. Tickets are also available on this website. Win an Audi RS6 or and Audi R8 today.


Audi Competitions

For your chance to win a luxury car like an Audi and some cash check out the competitions above.

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Review Of The Audi RS6
The RS6 Avant is truly mindblowing. Never before has a production estate car had such impressive facts and figures attributed to it.

580 Bhp and a maximum torque of 650 Nm add up to an unforgettable performance experience. At the same time, it offers a high standard of travel comfort on long journeys. In its basic setting, the centre differential distributes 40 percent of the power to the front and 60 percent to the rear wheels - this slightly rear-biased setup produces particularly dynamic handling characteristics. A newly developed V10 engine with FSI direct injection and twin turbochargers, permanent quattro four-wheel drive and sports suspension with Dynamic Ride Control DRC set the standard for high-performance vehicles in the luxury class.

The very first Audi RS2, which appeared in 1993, was only built as an Avant model. Although the RS6 will be available to be experienced in saloon and cabriolet models - the Avant is the first to appear on the market, and we think it's the most fun anyway: performance and speed of this kind. in an estate car, is just phenomenal!

It redefines the term "high performance" in its class. It is the most powerful model in the current Audi range and - with the exception of pure racing cars like the Le Mans-winning Audi R10 TDI - the most potent Audi of all time.

The six-speed tiptronic is the perfect complement to the self-confident, powerful character of the RS6. Its hydraulics and control system have been optimised to achieve exceptionally short shift times; the ratios have been adapted accordingly. It goes without saying that the new RS6 transmits its tremendous power to the road via quattro permanent four-wheel drive. The latest generation not only provides substantially more driving safety and stability than a vehicle with rear-wheel drive, it also underscores the distinctly dynamic character of the RS6.

Review Of The Audi R8
The first true Supercar from Audi successfully combines the time-honoured hallmarks of the best of the classic sports cars with futuristic construction, transmission and suspension technologies, all underpinned by the steadfast reassurance of Audi's famous quattro four-wheel-drive system.

The genes that have been combined to create this car have their origins in Audi's Le Mans and rally success stories of yore. The R8 is the ultimate example of perfect balance and weight distribution.

Mounted longitudinally directly behind the cockpit of the ultra lightweight, 1,560-kg aluminium-bodied R8 is a high-revving V8 which delivers an exceptional power-to-weight ratio of 269PS per tonne. Spinning freely to its 8,250rpm limit, this acclaimed unit punches the R8 through the 62mph barrier in just 4.6 seconds and, in the right conditions, can carry it on to a top speed of 187mph.

By mounting the potent eight-cylinder unit as close as possible to the centre of the new R8, in deference to racing legends such as the Le Mans-winning R8 sports prototype and Auto Union Type C Grand Prix car, Audi engineers have achieved near perfect 44 per cent front / 56 per cent rear weight distribution for optimum handling balance. Dry sump engine lubrication - another racing-derived element - also furthers this aim by enabling the V8 to be mounted as close to the road as possible to lower the centre of gravity.

The stunning lines of the 4.43-metre long, 1.90-metre wide and 1.25-metre high R8 are accentuated by its striking bi-colour paint finish, with 'side blades' in a contrasting shade and a choice of eight colour combinations.

Beneath the skin is a deceptively spacious two-seat cabin with more than a hint of racing car inspiration in its layout and appearance, and typical Audi luxury evident in its extensive Fine Nappa leather upholstery trim and generous equipment. The 2.65-metre wheel base also makes provision for surprisingly accommodating luggage space behind the seats and also in the front compartment ahead of the cabin, which has a 100-litre capacity.

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