• By Kris Hansen

    Ever since the original VW Golf GTI, the “hot hatch” has been a strong automotive segment in Europe, and to a certain extent, here in the USA. It’s not as strong as it could be though, as for some reason, Americans still seem to favor sedans and coupes. Why that is we have no idea, [...]

  • By Kris Hansen

        AudiWorld Editor Kris Hansen and contributing photographer Rob Clifford recently drove from Vermont to Braselton Georgia for the 13th Petit Le Mans. Here is the recap of that trip, and the amazing vehicle that they drove.13 states. 1200 miles. 16 and a half hours driving time. 5 Red Bull energy shots. 3 cups [...]

  • By Kris Hansen

        August 23, 2010 By: Kris Hansen S4. To Audi enthusiasts, this model designation has deep meaning. The S4 is widely considered to be one of the finest sports sedans available, with it’s excellent blend of comfort and performance, safety and all weather sure footedness, luxury and sportyness. Sold in various forms and body [...]

  • By Kris Hansen

    Diesel isn’’t a dirty word anymore. Most Americans seem to believe that diesel cars are no good, noisy, slow, smelly, soot covered jalopies. In most cases, this dislike of diesel is for good reason, based on the not so recent history of diesel powered cars in the USA. Other than a few decent VWs and [...]

  • By Kris Hansen

      · Sexy good looks · Unsurpassed comfort and safety · Smooth and powerful 3.0T engine I’ve got a confession to make. I like big cars. I mean, I REALLY like big cars. Small cars are quick, nimble, fun to drive, and so on, but there’s nothing like taking a long drive in a really [...]