Brandon Turkus, reporting for Autoblog:
A suspension system that can use poor roads to improve fuel economy is innovative, with a potential fuel saving of 0.7L/100km being very significant. If used across Audi's entire production car range, the environmental benefits could be huge. Together with other technologies such as regenerative braking, could a future iteration of this suspension be used to also power the electrical systems of the car itself, such as lighting and infotainment?
For the Australian consumer, the reduced fuel consumption could reduce car prices, with models having a combined fuel consumption under 7.0L/100km having a higher threshold for the Luxury Car Tax (LCT).