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As a matter of fact,the 6.0 L W12 in Audi A8L W12 is smaller in overall dimensions than the 4.2 L V8 in Audi A8 4.2 variants.
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Of course they do. Ultra high end luxury cars like the Merc S class Maybach, BMW 780ld security and Audi A8 are vehicles that come at a sweet sky touching price and they do live up to their expectations, probably the reason why these cars are the premier choices of some of the most powerful people on earth. Right from Russian mafias to national presidents use these luxury models to travel in style and throw light on the status they carry in the society. They don't just live upto their description in terms of performance but also in terms of style. Talking of the Merc S class Maybach Pullman, let me throw some light on some of its key features. Exterior Dimensions Length - 6,499 MM (255.86 Inches) Wheelbase - 4,418 MM (173.93 Inches) Height - 1,598 MM (62.91 Inches) Drivetrain Specifications Type- 5,980 cc V-12 Output - 523 HP Torque - 612 LB-FT @ 1900 RPM Interiors Exterior I cannot fail to mention that the interiors are designed using the best fabrics and materials from around the world and the companies give extensive customization to the customers of these ultra luxury machines, after all they are a fortune for these palaces on wheels. In case you still are not convinced if these cars fit in their description, please visit the following link. I am sure this video would convince you of what I am trying to say.
Aluminium Aluminium provides both strength and lightweight properties. The drawback is their cost and that additional cost contributes to the overall cost of the vehicle but high end vehicle buyers are usually willing to pay the increased overall cost if their preference is performance and above average driving dynamics. Pure aluminium weighs around one third the weight of steel but pure aluminium is not always used for chassis components. In many instances an aluminium alloy is used allowing different parts of the frame to be stiffer than others depending on the percentage of the mixture of the materials. The aluminium chassis provides the best of both worlds when it relates to chassis design and manufacturing. A chassis, being the frame of the vehicle has to be rigid or strong to absorb and retain movements and vibrations from the engine, suspension and axles. It should also be as light as possible to improve the vehicle's performance and fuel efficiency. The design of a chassis can also affect factors such as the center of gravity, better weight distribution and other performance attributes. The design and dimensions of the chassis determines the wheelbase of the vehicle and possibly the track (the distance between the center of the left and right wheel) for increased stability. All of the above factors that the chassis contributes to indicates that the chassis forms an integral part of a vehicle's platform. These factors and benefits can be incorporated when using a lightweight chassis. The 2010 Jaguar XJ has most of its monocoque chassis and body panels made out of aluminium and an aluminium space frame has been used in all generations of the Audi A8. The current Rolls Royce Phantom also uses an aluminium space frame. Mild Steel Mild steel is used for the outer panels where complex shape is required for styling and other large area panels such as floor sections, wheel arches inner sections etc. Basically, it is used in places where corrosion and weight are not a problem.
The fifth-generation A6 is being engineered in a joint programme with new versions of the A7 and A8. It’s known under the internal name C8. All three new models share platform, driveline, chassis and electrical systems to improve economies of scale. Stylistically, the new A6 leans heavily on Audi’s Prologue concept car. The next A7 and A8 are set to share a lot of their look with the A6, too. Audi design chief Marc Lichte said: “We designed the new A6, A7 and A8, then put the essence of all three into the Prologue. Every element can be traced to the production car.” Key design elements include a wide hexagonal single-frame grille, angular headlights with distinctive LED graphics and a more heavily contoured bonnet. At the side are larger wheel houses, a flatter roof line and pronounced haunches over the wheel arches. The rear will feature OLED tail-lights, which are set to be previewed on the Audi e-tron quattro at the Frankfurt motor show later this month. Inside, there is a newly designed dashboard and an all-new control layout. Employing the same touchscreen and enhanced touchpad MMI (Multi Media Interface) functions as the next A8, the new dashboard will support up to three high-definition monitors. There is an instrument display behind the steering wheel, a multimedia display mounted high in the driver’s line of sight and a third display lower in the centre section of the dashboard for features such as the air conditioning. A new connectivity platform uses the latest in wireless local area network technology. This will allow continuous updating of traffic conditions for the navigation system, as well as software updates for the control system. Although the new A6 has similar external dimensions to today’s car, it’s claimed to have more interior space thanks to its second-generation MLB platform.The new A6 has a slightly longer wheelbase, wider tracks and shorter overhangs, freeing up space both front and rear. Luggage capacity is set to rise over today’s 530 litres (saloon) and 565 litres (Avant). The new platform adopts a high percentage of hot-formed high-strength steel, aluminium and carbonfibre-reinforced plastic to cut weight. Audi sources suggest the entry-level four-pot petrol A6 weighs well under the 1535kg of today’s A6 1.8 TFSI. Power for the volume-sellers will continue to come from an extended range of four-cylinder engines. These will be revised versions of today’s petrol and diesel fours and offer similar outputs to those used by the new A4. More luxurious petrol A6s will use new 3.0-litre V6 and 4.0-litre V8 engines sourced from the Audi-Porsche ‘Kovomo’ engine joint venture, according to insiders. Audi also plans a new range of V6 and V8 diesels with electric turbocharging - a technology Audi will launch on its upcoming SQ7. In addition, Audi will give A6 buyers the option of a petrol-electric or diesel-electric plug-in hybrid system.
Unless you’re an Audi engineer or supplier, you likely can’t access an official CAD package. But do a search on, “Audi A8 CAD model” and there are plenty of unofficial ones. Is there some particular reason that you did not try a simple search in the first place? Or are the public ones inappropriate or not fit for your purposes for some reason?
First off I want to make clear - based on the many similar questions on Quora - that you must make this comparison on a model-by-model basis. Mercedes makes a number of models that have no equivalent at Audi or BMW - the G-Wagen and R-class for obvious starters. In the competitive model lines, the mantle of “best” gets handed around. The 5-series was the midsize benchmark in the late 90s and early 2000s, the A6 was the clear winner from 2012 and now the latest E-class is probably the best in that segment - but the A6 is due for a redesign soon. The current 5-series is widely regarded as flabby and a departure from BMW’s sporty tradition. The traditional comparison between these three makes is as follows: Mercedes is the pinnacle of luxury; BMW is the driver’s car, very sporty while not foregoing luxury; and Audi is some blend of those two, while adding the Quattro heritage to the mix. Both BMW and Mercedes have sprinkled all-wheel-drive across their models in the last decade, finally recognizing that buyers want it (whether or not they need it!) However, this is an oversimplification. All three have their sport lines - BMW M, Mercedes AMG, and Audi RS, the latter being perhaps the least well known of the three. BMW has probably done the least in terms of supercars, with the Audi R8 (picture below) being well known and the early ones being collector-worthy, and Mercedes’ long history of SL coupes and the current AMG GT R supercar (picture below). BMW has the i8 and stuff like the M6 but nothing that really compares to these models. Likewise, all three have their luxury yachts, the 7-series, S-class and A8. Like in the makers’ other segments, the “best” trophy gets handed around; today, reviewers disagree on which of those is best, though they agree that as with the 5-series, most sportiness has been untraditionally wrung out of the current 7-series. So to answer the question (finally): in my opinion it’s really not a spectrum. There are way too many different dimensions and too many models to compare these automakers on. Especially with BMW having lost its identity as of late*, I don’t think it makes sense to compare them on a spectrum. If you’re looking to buy a car, figure out which type of car you want - let’s say it’s a midsize sedan - and then go drive all three offerings. It’ll be clear to you which one you prefer. *Before any BMW enthusiasts freak out on me, I know they still make some great driver’s cars like the M235i and the M3. But it used to be that sportiness was included standard - and not removable - on every BMW up to the 7-series. That’s not true anymore, and that’s part of what makes this “spectrum” question impossible to answer.