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Audi Japan reveals new rice cooking option on its A8

By Faiming_low on 03 Apr 2015 in Other News

Attached Image In line with its 'Vorsprung durch Technik' motto, Audi launched the world's first (likely) rice cooking system as an option for its A8 models sold in Japan.

Attached Image It is believed that if your A8 has this desirable option selected, it would keep its value much better than those without. It might even be the most desirable option one could have in a A8.
Attached Image We couldn't help but agree with Audi. I mean, as a successful businessman, your food must be able to keep up with your fast-paced lifestyle and having a proper rice cooker to cook Asian's staple food is as useful as it gets.
Attached Image Alright, we are a little late on the April fool's joke but yes, this is one good one from Audi.

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TameDriver Apr 03 2015 01:41 AM
Lol....hot meals on wheels in an Audi. :()
Ahbengdriver Apr 03 2015 10:12 AM

WTF....where is the sushi bar?

Turboflat4 Apr 03 2015 11:36 AM
Wait a minute. This is an April Fool's joke but the stupid coffee machine wasn't? You could've fooled me! The Audi A8 might think it's a "rice cooker"... until it comes up against a GTR or an LFA. :)
TameDriver Apr 03 2015 07:05 PM
The Audi could tempt the rice eaters with cooked rice, thus slowing them down :()
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