For as long as I can remember, I always wanted to be a race car driver. For some inexplicable reason, that hasn’t quite worked out yet. After failing to really satisfy my car addiction in various editorial positions, I brought my master’s qualifications in things like journalism and the study of politics to Audi. I still haven’t made it as a race car driver, but the blog topics I selflessly select do regularly take me into the pit lane.
I really spin my wheels when I have to wait. It’s true in general, but mostly when I’m behind slowpokes at the traffic lights. Often that’s when my wheels literally start spinning.
I shift up a gear when I shift down two gears in the R8 Spyder and then really floor the accelerator.
The assist system I need every day is the AFA of course – the adaptive feed-me assist.
All articles of Maximilian Kranl
Ready for the island
The anniversary edition of the Audi TT
Four can handle it
Audi RS 4 senior meets junior
The naked passenger
Two theses on the mobility of the future
How does quality go digital?
Interview with the Head of Quality Assurance at Audi
The views of a humanoid robot
A talk about artificial intelligence