Flagship, full-sized luxury sedans are often carefully and meticulously designed by carmakers to represent all of the cadres of their brand without any noticeable caveats. Such is the case with the sleek-looking and responsive Audi A8 L. The lightweight aluminum frame combined with the punchy all-wheel drive, 4.2-liter direct-injected V8 engine, which makes an impressive 372 hp with 328 lb-ft of torque, with an optional 6.3-liter W12 that offers a cavalcaded 500 hp, is uncanny. This flagship model is loaded with features. Dynamic steering has the ability to predict accidents and actually correct a driver’s steering automatically, complete with intuitive stop-and-go cruise control. Drivers enjoy wonders of technology that include thermal imaging, night vision and even a sensor that detects pedestrians and will stop the car or swerve it to avoid collision. As one might imagine, with features this intrinsic, the plethora of others are equally as amenity-rich as you’d suspect with a flagship model, full-sized sedan that’s made by one of the leaders in luxury vehicles. The A8 L also features a number of limited options, like upgraded interior trim, added finishes and a few more bells and whistles that you won’t find in the standard A8, all at the cost of a price increase, of course.