They're perfect for Colorado.
Winters in Colorado are about as temperamental as a teenager. One day you're wearing shorts, and the next you're shoveling six inches of fresh powder. And it always seems like it's the snowy days when you've got to get to that meeting, entertain clients, or run errands with your significant other. That's why you need a vehicle that's as versatile as a Swiss Army knife -- something that's just as brilliant pounding curvy ribbons of mountain roads as it is in a few inches of snow -- and something that's a little more business class. Hence, the brilliance of the Audi lineup. Need I say more? Of course I do! Here are five reasons driving an Audi in the winter is absolute bliss:
Quattro was all about "win on Sunday, sell on Monday," and win they did. Whether or not you actually care about racing doesn't matter, but you know somebody who does, and they're going to get goosebumps when you mention "Quattro." That's how you know it's good enough for you. Also, did you notice how Chris Harris calls it "all-weather-drive"?
Heated seats aren't essential, but once you own a car with them it's almost impossible to go back. Audi's heated are some of the best in the world, meaning you and your passengers will be well-done in no time.
Built with the cold in mind
Audis undergo extensive cold-weather testing. In fact, the brand has been known to conduct secret cold-weather performance testing in Alaska's North Slope. So go ahead -- take your Q7 up to Anchorage.
Audi's full LED headlights produce light at 5,500 Kelvin, or roughly, the light of daylight. It's said that Audi lights are also engineered to provide less strain on your eyes.
Audi's virtual cockpit
Winter driving requires the utmost concentration, and with Audi's virtual cockpit, all of your detailed GPS instructions are right next to your speedometer.
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