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Audi gives a glimpse of the future in the Los Angeles Auto Show 2014

The great American auto show this year is almost here, and preparations are being made for the German manufacturer Audi gives a glimpse of the future in the Los Angeles Auto Show 2014.

Audi A6 and A7 have already become significant trademarks for the brand they represent, and 2016 is apparently going to be a crucial year for the German manufacturer. Updates are in store for the above mentioned models. They will gain more power, upgraded connectivity and, as always, an elegant look.

The Audi A6 sedan will come with a supercharged 3.0-liter engine or with a turbodiesel, with turbocharged 2.0-liter motor and with a 7 speed dual clutch transmission. Meanwhile, the A7 model also comes in two versions, one being the 3.0-liter supercharged V6, the other branding a 3.0-liter TDI engine. Both models will enjoy a new design for both the front and the rear, new LED headlights. And if you are a fan of technology, know that up to eight devices can be connected to the 4G LTE Wi-Fi system.

Open to the public between the 21st and the 30th of November 2014, the Los Angeles Auto Show is an important event in the automotive calendar, both in America and all around the world. It is a popular place for (four wheeled) stars to debut, hybrid, electric and concept cars being known to make their first spectacular appearance here before their time.

The LA Auto Show gives us a glimpse of the future, as many car models of the coming years are expected to come say goodbye to autumn and to mark the ending of yet another year of spectacular car history. Sooner than you would ever expect, the cars of tomorrow will be available for buying or for car hire, so this is an exciting thing to look forward to.

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