• A6 Avant
    A6 Avant

    No luggage restrictions in this business class. The Audi A6 Avant: sportive elegance, luxurious equipment, high utility.

  • S6 Saloon
    S6 Saloon

    More intelligent power. An Athletic character and appropriately low fuel consumption: The Audi S6 Saloon.

  • S6 Avant
    S6 Avant

    Athletic character, quiet understatement and richly appointed - The Audi S6 Avant.

  • RS 6 Avant
    RS 6 Avant

    There's a lot to the Audi RS 6 Avant: inspiring power, impressive attractiveness and intelligent Audi ultra lightweight engineering.

  • RS 6 Avant Performance
    RS 6 Avant Performance

    The Audi RS 6 Avant performance: built for drivers who want more. More power. More dynamics. More exclusivity. More adrenaline. Even more agile thanks to the reduced power-to-weight ratio. Even more powerful thanks to the overboost function. Even more control with Audi drive select. The vehicle’s character changes at a push of a button. And so does the performance. Deeply impressive values. With hardly any room for improvement.

  • A8 L W12
    A8 L W12

    The Audi A8 L. Witness its powerful sovereignty. Led by luxury, complemented by performance, dynamics and efficiency. Throughout its full length.

  • S8
    S8

    Luxurious sportiness and more intelligent power. The new head of the Audi S model family: The Audi S8.

  • RS Q3
    RS Q3

    Here is a vehicle that provides not just a unique driving experience. It will inspire you too. The Audi RS Q3.

  • SQ5
    SQ5

    The SUV for a new generation. Convincing without being persuasive. Sportive without being unreasonable. Efficient driving pleasure.

  • TT Roadster
    TT Roadster

    Rigid sportsmanship, high performance, emotional driving experience. This is how sports cars should be built. The Audi TT Roadster.

  • TTS Coupé
    TTS Coupé

    The Audi TTS Coupé is bursting with sports car genes. Dynamic driving even controlled - by the new quattro permanent all-wheel drive. The design is individualized by S-specific elements and instantly recognizable. The innovative technologies in the drive, as well as new control and display concepts - including the Audi virtual cockpit - characterize the Coupé.

  • TTS Roadster
    TTS Roadster

    Provide the Wind forehead: From the grille up to the diffuser radiates the TTS Roadster pure power. A new generation of innovative technologies convinces inside - including the Audi virtual cockpit. The design has been sharpened, the striking side lines represent character and timeless aesthetics. Experience the pure power of the TTS Roadster.

  • TT RS Coupé
    TT RS Coupé

    Provide the Wind forehead: From the grille up to the diffuser radiates the TTS Roadster pure power. A new generation of innovative technologies convinces inside - including the Audi virtual cockpit. The design has been sharpened, the striking side lines represent character and timeless aesthetics. Experience the pure power of the TTS Roadster.

  • TT RS Roadster
    TT RS Roadster

    Provide the Wind forehead: From the grille up to the diffuser radiates the TTS Roadster pure power. A new generation of innovative technologies convinces inside - including the Audi virtual cockpit. The design has been sharpened, the striking side lines represent character and timeless aesthetics. Experience the pure power of the TTS Roadster.

  • R8 Spyder
    R8 Spyder

    Limitless intensity: the new R8 Spyder V10 combines impressive performance, sporty elegance and the fascination of open-top driving.

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TFSI®

Audi was the first manufacturer in the world to combine petrol direct injection with turbocharging in large-scale car production. The success story of the 2.0 TFSI was launched in summer 2004 when it debuted in the Audi A3 Sportback.

The combination of petrol direct injection and turbocharging appreciably improves efficiency and thus fuel economy. The result: more power and more dynamism with lower fuel consumption.

Compared with conventional naturally aspirated V6 engines, a turbocharged direct-injection four-cylinder engine delivering the same performance uses 10 to 15 percent less fuel.

FSI technology and turbocharging make such an excellent combination because the evaporation of fuel directly within the combustion chamber removes heat from the intake air. This allows higher compression, significantly improving engine efficiency. It also resolves an old problem in all turbocharged engines – a high tendency to knock at high boost levels.

The integrated turbocharger/exhaust manifold module ensures optimum turbine efficiency, resulting in excellent utilisation of the exhaust gas energy. It is thus possible to achieve both a high power output and optimum responsiveness. This ultimately helps to effectively reduce fuel consumption and exhaust emissions.

The second generation of 2.0 l TFSI engines, which was introduced in the Audi A4, A5 and Audi Q5 in 2008, featured for the first time valve lift control in the form of the Audi valvelift system on the exhaust side. The result was significantly improved torque with better low-end torque and a more effective dynamic torque build-up. Alongside performance improvements, these optimisations were also translated into longer gear ratios, bringing about a further reduction in fuel consumption.

The combination of petrol direct injection and a mechanical turbocharging module makes the 3.0 l V6 engine, fitted in selected Audi models, a compact power plant with an early maximum torque of 400 Nm sustained over a wide power range – with moderate fuel consumption. With its very spontaneous response and an extraordinary power flow across the entire rpm range, the six-cylinder unit also permits a particularly dynamic driving style.

By bringing together turbocharging and petrol direct injection, TFSI unlocks a superior potential: more power and dynamism with lower fuel consumption.