In the spirit of the coming holidays, Audi has effectively gift-wrapped the new Audi A8 in a blanket of aluminum foil, concealing the car’s appearance from the wandering eyes of the public until its much-anticipated unveiling on November 30.

We’re not big fans of having to wait for the covers to be lifted but we do appreciate a good set-up when we see one. If you don’t know, the Audi A8 will be launched at the Audi Pavilion in Miami on Monday, at which time; the public will finally get a first-hand look at Audi’s new flagship luxury car.

Can’t wait? Well, get in line.


Source: Jalopnik

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  (534) posted on 01.17.2010

After the successful run of all the Audi series, another car is going to make a record on the automobile market and that is the Audi A8 where I’ve heard some really good expectations ’bout that car that I, as an owner of one of their models really expecting something on this new car.

  (1332) posted on 12.8.2009

They are sensationalizing the features of Audi A8, but when I saw the car, even if it was just on photos, I can say that it made no difference from other Audi cars. The looks is not the highlight of this car, I think it is with the interior set up, it’s no use wrapping up the car like a valuable present.

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