TURIN – Audi made news in January at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, exhibiting a Sport Quattro Concept with laser headlamps, claiming it would be the first brand to offer a car with the advanced lighting technology. However, German rival BMW says it will beat Audi to the punch. First presented at the 2011 Frankfurt auto show, BMW’s i8 plug-in hybrid is set to go on sale, and high-tech laser lights will be part of the package before the end of the year. The ...

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