Here's why I think the Audi RS Q8 is the single best car ever.
First of all, I'd like to start off by saying that it's not a review. These are just my thoughts on the car. Now, here's why I think this is the single best car ever made.
First off, I'd like to say that this car gives you a considerable amount of pride, and makes you feel special about it. You see, Audis are not just cars. They are an emotion and a status symbol. You can flex hard on your mates, enjoy its driving experience, and the best part? The fact that it's the record holder of the title of "Fastest SUV on the Nürburgring". And if that does not make you feel special about it, then I don't know what does. I mean, owning an Audi is special enough, but the fact that you're daily driving a Nürburgring record holder is even more special. Oh, and by the way, it has an engine derived from the V8 in the Lamborghini Urus. Now that's what you call a cool car.
Secondly, assuming that you spec it in a boring color and absolutely zero blacked out bits (which I admit is kinda cool), you get an extremely fast and practical sleeper (which most non - enthusiasts will mistake for an inconspicuous luxury SUV), which if tuned will smoke arrogant Gallardo owners when you street race them at some random road in the US. So it's fast, practical, and can hence be an amazing sleeper (if you spec it that way).
Third, you have all sorts of gizmos at you whim. Audi has been a leader in technology inside cars, so you know that it's feature packed. I mean, look at its interior! Doug DeMuro gave the "regular" Q8 it a DougScore of 9/10 when it comes to technology (you know that if Doug DeMuro, Shmee150 Clarkson, May, or Hammond say something, you know they're right), so imagine the RS Q8. It's just a Q8 on steroids and I think it has an amazing interior, irrespective of what you guys think.
Finally, it's an extremely practical daily driver. It's fast, feature - laden, practical and has a substantial amount of cool factor. Sure, it may not be as capable off - road as a Range Rover, but trust me, that's the only area where the Rangie is actually better than this, as this probably has a very limited off-road capability (Not that this or most Rangies will go there anyway). But otherwise, I think it's probably even better than your Range Rover?
Now.....What do you think?