Still, show it the kind of road that’s more common in Britain, with lots of missing scars, abrasions and bumps, and the mask can occasionally slip, exposing the odd noise through the cabin.
This has always been the A8’s biggest objective weakness – and still remains so today with the sheer amount of chassis tech, including adaptive air suspension and variable dampers as standard. Which is very frustrating.
The A8 remains a car not to make your pulse beat from the driver’s seat, rather to lower it. Handling is more about precision than engagement, a description that could extend to steering as well. It’s a car in which to walk, in short.
As you walk around, you and your passengers will have plenty of time to enjoy the impressive cabin.
The infotainment system’s graphics are as crisp and clear as any. And despite a slew of options, shortcuts and, yes, even physical buttons to press, it’s an easy-to-use interior – almost as easy as settling into one of those comfy seats. Whether in the front or the back, it’s a pleasure to sit in.
Two words of warning, though: the touchscreen’s haptic feedback still feels odd and even freshly sanitized hands will leave a mark on any part of the glossy black trim they come in contact with.
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This notice was published: 2022-04-07 23:01:25