About Lasher's Elk Grove Audi of Sacramento


Lasher's Elk Grove Audi is part of the Lasher Auto Group. The Lasher Family began selling and servicing. German cars in Sacramento in 1955. We opened our Sacramento Audi franchise in 1972! Our current Elk Grove Automall location is only a few miles south of Sacramento and not far from Roseville, Rocklin and Folsom.

Our used car inventory includes the entire Lasher Auto Group (all of our dealers are now conveniently located in the huge Elk Grove Automall) as well as being your source for Sacramento Certified Audi CPO cars and SUV's!

We have carry a huge selection of Audi Parts and a state of the art Audi Service and Repair facility!

Contact us for all your Audi needs in the Sacramento, Roseville, Folsom and Rocklin areas!

Lasher's Elk Grove Audi - Our Name Means a Great Deal!

Hours

  • Monday 9:00am - 9:00pm
  • Tuesday 9:00am - 9:00pm
  • Wednesday 9:00am - 9:00pm
  • Thursday 9:00am - 9:00pm
  • Friday 9:00am - 9:00pm
  • Saturday 9:00am - 8:00pm
  • Sunday 10:00am - 7:00pm
NEWS FLASH:
The coming Audi A8 has already been spotted in camouflage on public roads at earthly elevations, and now our snappers have caught it at elevation in the Alps. The evolution will entail modified head- and taillights, different sculpting for the grille and a new bumper profile said to be more in line with the A6 S Line.

Inside, there might also be adjustments made to input controls like the gesture touchpad and the MMI infotainment system that include behind-the-scenes improvements like new Nvidia Tegra chips, but such revisions are expected to be minor. With the S8 and the TDI just having been launched, don't be surprised if engine outputs also remain the same. The prevailing sneaking suspicion is that we'll see the car unveiled at this year's Frankfurt Motor Show.


NEWS FLASH:
When Audi introduced the refreshed 2014 R8, one of the first things we noticed was that the new R8 V10 Plus offers identical output to the outgoing R8 GT, suggesting that this limited-production model was either due to be cancelled or poised for a serious power increase. Fortunately, these spy shots have us suspecting that the latter is more likely.

Like the previous R8 GT, this new model will likely hit the gym, dropping some weight and packing more punch, but while that's all speculative, we do see that better handling is definitely in the cards. Aside from the aero-improving chin spoiler, fascia winglets and fixed rear wing, this R8 also has upgraded brakes with bigger calipers and what appear to be cross-drilled ceramic rotors. We hear output could be increased from the current 560 horsepower up closer to the 600-hp range, and laid to the pavement via Audi's Quattro all-wheel-drive system. It also very likely that Audi will keep production numbers for a 2014 R8 GT rather low, with the outgoing model limited to just 333 units globally.