Reasons Why 2018 Audi A8 Will Drop Jaws On July 11 Launch

Jul 10, 2017 07:39 AM EDT | Gerone Trish

The anticipation for the 2018 Audi A8 gets stronger a few hours prior to its July 11 grand launch. Here is a summary of why the upcoming luxury sedan will drop jaws tomorrow.

Audi has just posted a teaser video on the official Twitter account of Audi South Africa. The clip boasts of the active suspension feature of the new A8.

The video highlights the amazing capacity of the new model to maintain smooth driving amidst bumpy roads. The teaser shows that a man was driving the new Audi A8 with his little boy, which can be seen drinking from a cup, at the second-row seats. The next scene previews that as the new sedan goes through a bumpy road, the cup of drink that the child put on the center compartment did not spill off.

The 2018 Audi A8 boasts of its latest active suspension feature. This outstanding technology advancement enables the new model to provide the ultimate driving pleasure.

The automaker uses the #ForgetBumpyRoads to describe the benefit of the new active suspension of the upcoming A8. The new car offers consistent smooth driving amidst various road challenges.

Another outstanding feature of the new A8 is the intelligent Audi AI technology. The company brags this feature represents the epitome of innovation.

The intelligent Audi AI feature allows the luxury sedan to turn into a self-driving vehicle. This is the impressive "level 3" autonomy that included the AI Remote Parking Pilot.

The AI Remote Parking Pilot assists the driver in parking the car. The earlier teaser video shows how the man turns on this feature and the new A8 became a self-driving vehicle. The sedan drove itself parked gracefully with just one click of the driver.

Meanwhile, another official video teases the design features of the new A8. It highlights the continuous taillights of the new sedan, as well as the latest Singleframe grille of the car.

The 2018 Audi A8 will make its grand debut tomorrow, July 11 at the Audi Summit in Barcelona at 9:30 A.M. The summit can also be witnessed via live streaming. Check out the official Twitter accounts of Audi.

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