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วิดีโอรถยนต์ที่เกี่ยวข้อง audi a8 safety rating

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รีวิว Q&A audi a8 safety rating

Is Tesla's safety record amazing? Is it true that no one has been killed or seriously injured in a Tesla? How remarkable is that, given the number of Teslas out there? How do they stack up against other safe, expensive cars?

First of all, the crash tests are not as amazing as the Internet Myth Machine would like you to think. Yes, it did very well in the American NHTSA test, but in the European NCAP test the result was pretty middle-of-the-road: Official Tesla Model S 2014 safety rating results Yes, it scored 5 out of 5 stars, but the results were hardly stellar - 18 cars received higher ratings in 2014. And yet, it does appear that it is an amazingly safe car. People have been known to walk away unharmed from some pretty ugly crashes, like this one where a mother and child got caught by a landslide in Norway (that huge tree landed on top of the car!): (Bil truffet av ras på Osterøy ) Sure, there have been a few fatalities behind the wheel of Model Ss (the statement that there hadn't been was true when Elon made it, however), but those deaths have been the results of very violent crashes, some of which may very well have been suicides, e.g driving off a cliff. No car is going to save you in a situation like that. The first fatality in a "normal" crash happened quite recently (22 Dec 2015), when a man in Canada took a dump truck with a snow plow in the side: (Man, 67, dies after car collides with dump truck in Winnipeg ) This also looks like a really ugly crash, and I don't think there are many sedans that could have saved the driver in this situation. A tall SUV may have fared better, but it's hard to tell. Considering that there are now nearly 100.000 Model Ss on the road, and they've driven well over 1.000.000.000 miles (that milestone was crossed in August of 2015), I think that's a pretty good record. Statistically, big luxury sedans are safe cars to be in for crashes. A big car means there's lots of metal to crumple before meat and bones become part of the equation. A sedan has a lower center of gravity than an SUV, and so is less likely to roll over. If the Model S stands out against BMW 7-series, Mercedes S-class, Audi A8s etc. is hard to tell. They're all relatively rare cars with excellent safety equipment, and there are very few fatalities in all of them. Of course, if the car is very likely to crash, it doesn't really help you if you're unlikely to get killed or injured in the crash. It's going to happen sooner or later. In my experience, the Model S is not likely to get you into trouble. Last year I took my Model S to a skid pad, and made an effort to get into trouble. The car wouldn't let me. It stops really well, and is stable and easily controllable even during emergency braking. Even stomping on the accelerator in the middle of a hard, evasive maneuver on a slippery surface was completely devoid of drama. The only way to get the car to spin out was to disable traction control. Even then it was quite anticlimactic. At least the kids in the back seat had fun. So I feel very safe indeed in my Model S. There's no car I'd rather put myself and my family in. I'd feel the same in a lot of similar cars.

Which is the best sedan car?

My personal fav is the 2017 Audi A4. This car has full potential to excite in every way while keeping you five star safety rated in most conditions. Unfortunately it doesn't protect from missiles but you're more likely to dodge them with this car if you have a Quattro system for enhanced steering. See more below for other options if you can't handle the intensity that Audi provides. Audi has the best value luxury cars in the world at the moment from my own personal experience as someone who has driven many cars from Toyotas, Ford, Jeep, Subaru, Mercedes, BMW, Lamborghini and much more. Audi has several other great models of sedans: A3, A5 Sportback, A6, A7, and A8. Depends on your budget and how tall you are that would make you the most comfortable. Tesla has the most practical vehicles mainly with the Model S and soon the Model 3 which I ordered late last year due to arrive in mid-2018. Subaru Impreza or Legacy for non-luxury vehicles. I would've given the non-luxury title to a Jetta or Passat (VW) but given the problems I had with my last Jetta I am very hesitant to give them a high regard for reliability (maintenance). I hope they show me in upcoming models that they are improving but they can only show me that through a 40,000+ mile multi-road test.

When will electric cars be better than gasoline ones?

I was going to comment on Michael Barnard's answer, but I think offering an answer that rebuts his points is probably better. So here we go. First, I appreciate Mike's love for the Model S, but his answer - like a lot of popular praise for Tesla's product line - is very selective in the way that comparisons are made. Second, let's talk about how much people actually spend when they buy a new Model S. CNBC reported that the average transaction price for a new Model S was $93k, and this was reported before the debut of the "D", which likely increased that figure (see Tesla cars are worth more used than new , the transaction price stat is buried in the middle of the article). Let's just say for sake of argument that we're talking about a $100k luxury vehicle. Three, let's also assume that a person is open to a wide range of vehicles when they have $100k to spend (which is true in my experience). Now, let's go thru Mike's list: 1. Passenger capacity - Someone with $100k to spend and passenger capacity on the brain doesn't buy a sedan - they buy an Escalade, a Yukon Denali, Navigator, etc. Sedan buyers aren't usually interested in people hauling, so I'm not sure that the two rumble seats in the Model S are a huge "get." I'd say that's a minor feature, in fact, and I'd love to see the take rate on this option (i'd guess it's miniscule). Anyone who knows, please comment. 2. A P85D+ is a monster in the acceleration department. It's easily the quickest sedan available. Of course, it's also $125k. If I'm concerned about acceleration, I have lots of options at $125k, all of which are better racing vehicles. A Z06 Vette, for example, costs about $90k, leaving me enough money to buy a truck and a trailer to haul it from race to race. Or lots of money for brakes and tires. But yes, if I need a sedan and want incredible performance, the P85D+ is the winner. This is the best argument for buying a Tesla Model S in my opinion...provided you've got $125k lying around. 3. A low center of gravity does not always make for a great handling car. Most people talk about "lateral g" and feel when assessing a vehicle's handling ability. But the real metric used to determine a car's handling ability is to compare it's lap time to similarly powerful vehicles. The world standard race course is called "Nurburgring", and unfortunately the Model S can't complete a lap at this track without overheating. If the vehicle was capable of doing a lap at full speed, we'd have a lap time, and then we could compare it to other sedans. But right now we don't have the key data point we need to really evaluate the car's handling using the world standard. Considering the 4600lbs curb weight of the Model S, I'd say handling isn't really a strength of the vehicle. Not to mention, you can't actually race it without going into limp mode. 4, 5, and 6 are all correct, and all sort of the same point: The Model S doesn't burn hydrocarbons (at least directly) for fuel. That's a pretty huge benefit. 7. If a person with $100k to spend is worried about cargo capacity, they don't buy a sedan. But yes, if someone buys a Model S, they can jam a little more crap in it. I'd say this is a nice benefit, but not a game changer for people buying this type of vehicle. 8. Safety is universally excellent at the $100k price point. The Tesla's rating is great, but it's not a substantial difference. You probably won't die in a car that costs $100k unless you're really unlucky or really driving hard. I doubt that luxury car buyers choose the Model S because it's slightly better in some test than some other car...they're all very safe. 9. Price is where Mike's answer starts to collapse. I can purchase a diesel A8 - which is more luxurious and has nearly 900 miles of driving range - for $10k less than the average Model S transaction price. I can also buy a dozen sporty sedans with more luxury features for tens of thousands of dollars less than the typical Model S. The Model S isn't "cheap" per se, and it certainly doesn't have to be. It offers a lot of great technology, and frankly I'd be worried if it was actually less costly than a similarly sized (and similarly equipped) sedan. But since the Model S isn't really luxurious (see below), it's not fair to compare it straight across to an S-Class, A8 Sedan, etc. 10. Mike's statements on range are very misleading. First, the maximum range of a Model S with an 85kWh battery pack is 265 miles according to the EPA, and Tesla doesn't recommend charging your battery pack more than 80%. So the "real world" max range of a Model S is actually closer to 200 miles, and if it's a particularly hot or cold day, or if you're driving it hard, that number falls to 150 miles. Second, a diesel A8 has nearly 900 miles of range (max). Most gas-powered vehicles have a maximum range of 400 miles. Frankly, this is a HUGE difference, and it goes a long way towards explaining why consumers are still buying A8s, S-Class M-B, BMW 7-series, etc. every day. The Model S can't go more than 200 miles without a charge, at least if you follow Tesla's battery recommendations...and that's if everything goes perfectly. Finally, some other factors Mike forgot: 11. Luxury features. The Model S isn't nearly as luxurious as similarly priced cars from Audi, M-B, or BMW. I'd argue that the Model S isn't even as luxurious as a Platinum F-150. But don't take my word for it - from Car & Driver's 2015 Tesla Model S P85D - First Drive Review : Luxurious isn’t how we’d describe the Model S’s interior. Austere and simple is more like it. Aside from the massive touch screen in the middle of the instrument panel, and the attractive gauge display, there’s not much wretched excess here The Model S is a luxury car compared to a Toyota Corolla - or even a Toyota Avalon - but it's not a freaking S-class. Sit inside both if you don't believe me. The difference is stark. 12. Reliability/durability. There are some big concerns about Tesla's ability to build reliable and durable vehicles. From problematic drive units to dead battery packs to all sorts of little issues with units tested by Edmunds.com (see 2013 Tesla Model S Long-Term Wrap-Up ) and Consumer Reports (Consumer Reports' Tesla Model S Has More than Its Share of Problems) , reliability is a big question mark. Say what you will about the gas-guzzling S-Class, or BMW 7-Series, or Audi A8, but they have a much better record for reliability than the Model S...and the Lexus LS puts them all to shame. 13. Resale value. Currently, demand for the Model S is strong enough to support very high resale value for the Model S. The car is clearly winning the resale value comparison as of today. However, please note that electric car resale value is a moving target. The Leaf was enjoying high resale value, for example, but the recent drop in gas prices - combined with slowing demand for the vehicle - has caused resale values for the Leaf (and the Volt) to plummet: Resale Prices Tumble on Electric Cars Could this happen to the Model S? I guess we'll wait and see. But resale values for Lexus, Mercedes-Benz, BMW, and Audi are pretty consistent year in and year out. I'd hesitate to say that about the Model S. 14. Convenience. Here's the comparison that makes or breaks the Model S. If you own your own home, can afford to have a charger installed in your garage, don't have a commute that strains your battery pack, and have a gasoline vehicle you can use for long trips, the Model S is incredibly convenient. If you can't add a charger to your garage, or you don't have a garage, or regularly bump up against the practical driving range of a Model S, or don't have a "spare" gas-powered car lying around (as many Model S owners do)...the car isn't nearly as attractive as something like the diesel A8 sedan I mentioned before. Before all you Musk-rats attack me, please understand my point: The Tesla Model S is a great car, but it is not "clearly" better than gas cars. It might be better for you, but it's not better for everyone. Not everyone can afford the damn thing, and even people who can might choose another vehicle (and often do). The question asked is vague, but I don't think the person asking was wondering if electric cars were better than gasoline cars if you have $100k to spend and don't mind dealing with limited driving range. If you look at the bigger picture, the answer to the question is: Who knows. It all depends on how battery technology evolves in terms of increasing energy density and decreasing costs. It could be 5 years, could be 10 years, and could be never.

For both the drivers and/or the customers, what are your strangest or worst Uber experiences?

I am in Santa Clara for work and I need to get back to Oakland, where I am staying. It is urinating rain — I’m completely drenched. Two Uber drivers have already cancelled on me, and I am growing increasingly incensed by the moment. Finally, on the third try, this guy who looks like the amalgamation of every sex offender in history pulls up in a dinky Hyundai opens the door and demands, “Get in.” I figure that dryness and comfort transcends safety, so I hop in. We pull out of the area and he realizes that I’m going to Oakland. “I’m not going to Oakland. So that’s that.” “Well,” I say, “it’s kind of your job, isn’t it? I mean, you’re getting paid $130, and you’re not supposed to turn down rides.” “Yeah,” he replies, “but I’m still not going to go there. So you’ll just have to figure it out.” I call him a total f*cking a$$hole, and I storm out of the car… where I continue to get drenched. He doesn’t actually cancel for a few minutes, so I’m charged $5 (which I later got refunded). I then receive a note from Uber that I have been reported for being “threatening” and making the driver feel “unsafe”. Total B.S. But things work themselves out. Eventually, an exemplary driver in a sick Audi A8 pulls up to the building and drives me home in what feels like a lounge experience for an hour. Even so, in retrospect, that first driver was horrible. So much so that I think my blood pressure has spiked in the time I’ve written this.

Which one is better: Audi or BMW?

It would be unfair comparing two automobile giants straight away by their names. Both BMW and Audi the German automobile companies have impressed their specific target segment throughout the globe and have won many international auto awards. Now let’s compare each vehicle type available in India SUV BMW have X1, X3, X5 and X6 in the SUV segment out of which BMW X6 is the latest and best among these and Audi have Q3, Q5 and Q7 out of which Q7 outstands the rest. Audi Q7 4.2 have engine of 4134cc and have starting price of Rs.70 lakhs whereas BMW X6 50i have engine of 4395 cc and have starting price of 90 lakhs. Audi scores high as compared to BMW in field of safety. Whereas in mileage both the manufacturers score equal with an average mileage of 11kmpl. Audi Q7 sports a monster look which makes it look like a hunk whereas the BMW have more subtle design. Audi is more spacious as compared to BMW and concluding on this segment Audi has the upper hand Sedan. Sedan has been the need of the executive class people and has been the most luxury vehicle of all time. BMW has 3, 5, 7 series cars and Audi haveA4, A6, A7 and A8. Out of these I have selected BMW 750 from 7 series and Audi A8 because both of them are the most powerful in this particular segment. BMW 7series 750 is super security vehicle and have a powerful engine of 4395cc and the selected Audi counterpart A8 have a 4163 cc engine. The latest BMW 7 series 760 has a more powerful engine of 5972 cc and the latest variant of A8 comes with an extra powerful engine of 6300 cc but still BMW engine generates more power. Audi have a setback in looks when we see BMW parked just next to it. Otherwise but of them have good aerodynamic design. When luxury is the judging feature the ball is on the BMW court.BMW also offers a better mileage then off Audi. In this section of luxury sedan BMW is more demanding and value for money. Others BMW Z4 is the best convertible of BMW and is also the most sophisticated convertible from all German car makers AUDI do not have any convertible which matches the class of BMW Z4. It has an engine of 2979cc and is also a roadster. On road it is best termed as your style statement and also the automated removal roof which can be added to your feature list it is true value for money basic model starting at 69 lakhs. The counterpart Audi has Audi R8 in its Sports segment and BMW have no competition for this segment Audi R8 has an mighty engine of 5920 cc its ultra-spacious another feature which most Audi car offers. It has a superb road control and its Aerodynamics make it like a gliding bird on the road. Audi R8 is rated among one the best engine in industry and this makes Audi sportier than BMW. Although Audi R8 starts from 1.8crore it is still one the most desired sports car which gives value for your cash. Although it makes a hole in your bank account.

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