Audi driving experience 2015 kicks off by setting the record for Singapore's 'Largest Test Drive Convoy'

Audi driving experience 2015 kicks off by setting the record for Singapore's 'Largest Test Drive Convoy'

OneShift Editorial Team
OneShift Editorial Team
13 Jul 2015

“We have kicked off the Audi driving experience 2015 on a high by setting the record for Singapore’s ‘Largest Test Drive Convoy’,” says Mr. Jeff Mannering, Managing Director, Audi Singapore. “Today’s record is a reflection of what we believe in – you have to get behind the wheel of an Audi to enjoy it. This is why the next 10 days will be dedicated to putting over 1,000 participants into our cars and letting them experience the progressiveness,sophistication and sportiness of the Audi range. The Audi driving experience 2015 reinforces our commitment to bringing the best products possible to delight our customers in Singapore.”

About the Audi driving experience 2015:

From 12 to 21 June 2015, participants can experience first-hand the engineering and

performance that goes into each Audi model by getting behind the wheel of Audi’s extensive

range including the new Audi A6 family. Under the guidance of professional instructors,

participants will enjoy thrilling exercises including:

 Urban Driving: Conquer city streets with ease and take the latest navigation and

handling technology for a test drive.

 Acceleration: Get the ultimate adrenaline rush as a professional driver takes you on a

fast acceleration ride in a high performance Audi RS 6 Avant or Audi R8.

 Slalom: Audi’s legendary control and responsiveness come alive in your hands as you

push the cars agility and acceleration in a specially designated course.

 Braking: Learn how Audi’s advanced braking systems can help you deal quickly and

safely with emergency situations.

 Skid & Drift Control: Take Audi’s state-of-the-art quattro technology for a spin and

experience what total control feels like, even under challenging road conditions.

About the Singapore Book of Records:

The Singapore Book of Records (SBOR) is a non-profit organization established in 2005, primarily to compile and adjudicate all national records, and to advise and promote world records. It was formed in response to widespread voices for a national body to administer and make local records possible. There are currently about twenty countries around the world with their own record keeping bodies.

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