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2014 Audi A6 vs Mercedes

Meet the Audi A6

This year Audi has truly outdone themselves. The 2014 Audi A6 stands tall among a field of unimpressive and bland luxury cars. The fine tuning and attention to detail on the Audi A6 is clear even at a distance. From the angular shape to the unmistakable artistry that gives the appearance of movement even when the Audi A6 is parked and waiting, the A6 is like an optical illusion. After all, this is not the type of car that waits patiently.

The Audi A6 is a versatile and responsive car carefully crafted out of high-strength hybrid aluminum formed into an aerodynamic body and heralding a new era in weight-reduced vehicles.

Stylish, inside and out. The 2014 Audi A6 boasts an innovative, avant-garde appearance that's unmistakably Audi, with the iconic, eye-grabbing signature grille and sleek frame. The interior of the 2014 Audi A6 is a measure of luxury hard to find anywhere else.

Standard Bluetooth and exclusive Audi Music Interface (AMI) and Top View Camera for easy parking make the Audi A6 an automotive force to reckon with.


Mercedes

Long considered the king of the luxury car market, the Mercedes brand has seemingly lost the ability to cause waves as new models are released. Avoiding the pressure of creating game-changing vehicle designs, Mercedes vehicles today have the classic look that people were once drawn to in droves, year after year. In contrast, Audi has maintained a design philosophy of bringing new, innovative features to their vehicles with every redesign, facelift, and touch-up.

This year, for both Mercedes and Audi is no different. Mercedes has released the same humdrum style and kept them in a 'safe' zone to appease to those drivers looking for nostalgia over innovative style and functionality. Audi on the other hand, have released a lineup of vehicles that other companies, Mercedes included, need to learn from.