Reviews Duval: Why Audi's LMP1 exit hit him harder than the DTM farewell

20:10  02 september  2020
20:10  02 september  2020 Source:   motorsport-total.com

Audi begins participating in our least favorite automotive trend

  Audi begins participating in our least favorite automotive trend Subscription-based features kind of suck, but now, Audi rolled out its first pay-to-play functions in Germany.This past Thursday, Audi revealed it began rolling out "functions on demand" as it named the service. The language may differ, but the idea is the same: pay for various features if and as you want them. For example, Audi said its two electric cars , the E-Tron and E-Tron Sportback support LED headlight upgrades owners can purchase at any time. Instead of standard LED headlights, owners can purchase a subscription to the company's Matrix LED headlights with automatic high beams.

Audi Exits LMP 1 MegathreadBreaking News (self.wec). submitted 2 months ago * by Floodman11Porsche 919 Hybrid #1[M]. Post all your discussion points, articles, tweets, reactions and questions in here to try and centralise discussion.

It could be like Audi LMP 1 program that Audi dumped, Joest had to go elsewhere to race. There is a reason why EV lost to ICE in the first place in the early 20th century. I honestly think that GT3 is probably much more in the spirit of old DTM than the current DTM rules are, anyway.

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