The camouflaged prototype seems to be centered on the extended-wheelbase Audi A8L provided exclusively in China. A closer search reveals that Audi has utilized camouflage to the rear aspect window, which raises our suspicions. None of the other the latest Audi A8 prototypes had their rear aspect windows coated up, so you can find a fantastic possibility a Horch badge is hiding underneath the camouflage.
Basing the Horch variant on the Audi A8L also makes perception because it will offer you additional legroom for rear passengers. Other visual modifications will allegedly contain distinctive wheels and probably a two-tone paint job when it truly is time for the output model to roll out.
Less than the hood, the posh Audi A8 is expected to use VW Group’s twin-turbo 6.-liter W12 generating around 600 horsepower because we currently know this device is capable of producing 626 hp in the Bentley Continental GT and 650 hp in the Bentley Bacalar.