Bringing the top end Audi flagship (yes, it's the Ls were talking about here) by boat just isn't fast enough for the ravenous Korean elite. The first 20 cars sold out in 10 days and there are orders for 25 more so Audi Korea has started to airlift the cars into the country. In Korea, the Audi A8 L 6.0 Quattro costs 235 million Won or $235,000. The thing that cracks us up the most is the "emergency" word used in the title of the article. Let's save that for the airlifting of supplies to impoverished people, not millionaires needing their German cars.
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