We’ve seen a number of new models come to market recently, but now it’s time to see what all the fuss is about.

With so many models now coming to market, it’s hard to find a single, universally perfect one.

But it’s easy to narrow it down to a handful of Audi models that are likely to suit your needs.

Read on for our advice on the best of the best.

Audi S5, S6, S7, S8, S10, S11, S12, S20, S30 and S40 Audi S4, S5 and S6 model guide The Audi S3, S4 and S5 were the flagship models of Audi’s S lineup.

Each one had the same basic chassis, and came with a host of different body styles.

They all shared the same price range, so they’re pretty much the same as they’ve ever been.

The S4 is a very similar model to the S5 in every way, but the S4’s leather is noticeably more premium than the S6’s, while the S7’s rear fascia has been replaced by a bigger one.

All of the S models come with a rearview camera and a retractable sunroof, which is great if you’re driving in an area where it’s hot or raining.

You can also buy the S3s for £10,000.

The new S5s are the S-Class version of the cars, and are essentially a big S6 in every sense.

They’re powered by a 4.2-litre turbocharged engine, and offer a range of up to 230kph.

It can go from 0 to 60mph in 4.9 seconds, and is also capable of going from 0-100mph in 3.7 seconds.

They also come with six-speaker audio systems, which are an improvement over the S1’s five speakers, but will also get you into some trouble with your neighbours.

The standard S5 starts at £18,900 and costs £29,000 when you buy the all-wheel-drive version.

If you’re buying a car that’s also getting a big screen, the S8 will be a great option.

It’s got a larger roof, which means it’s much more comfortable, but it also means it’ll have more cargo space.

It comes with six USB ports, an air-conditioning system and is priced at £39,000, which also means you can upgrade to the allwheel-driven version.

The best option for a supercar?

The Audi R8, which comes with a turbocharged 4.0-litres V6 and a supercharged 6.0.

It has a top speed of 310km/h and a top range of 200-300 miles on the odometer.

It is a lot cheaper than the Audi S6 and S7.

The Audi RS5 is also a super car, but with a much lower price tag at £31,900.

The car features a super-tough exterior and is equipped with an electronically controlled suspension, which helps it keep up with the likes of the McLaren P1.

The RS5’s best feature is the dual-mode adaptive suspension.

This means that the car will adjust its damping on demand to make it easier to control cornering speed and acceleration, while also allowing it to handle some bumps better.

It also has a front-row power driver’s seat that can help the car to keep its grip on the road.

The R8’s standard equipment costs £32,000 and it comes with seven-speakers, a supercharger, a rear-view camera, heated and ventilated front seats, heated rear seats, a 12.3in touchscreen display, a heated steering wheel and an eight-speeder automatic gearbox. It costs £39:900 if you want the supercharged RS5.

The only Audi S model to offer the same range as the Audi RS is the S10.

This is a superlative car, which gets you a turbocharger and a six-speed manual gearbox, but also comes with an electronic suspension and electronic damping control.

It starts at around £40,000 but is available with a six or seven-speed automatic transmission, and a heated front seats.

You will also be able to choose from a host.

The cheapest option is the RS6, which starts at just over £45,000 with the standard equipment.

The £30,000 RS6 gets you the standard suspension, and all-road tyres.

It gets a supercharging motor and an electronic control unit, which allows it to keep the rear wheels spinning for longer periods of time.

The extra £30k adds a six speed manual transmission and an automatic transmission with the same drivetrain, and it also comes standard with heated front and rear seats.

The final S model, the RS10, is a little more expensive at