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    By Audi Media

    The Audi TT offroad concept breaks the mold, combining the sportiness of a coupe with the lifestyle and utility of a compact SUV. The four-door model, which Audi is presenting at the Beijing International Automobile Exhibition, adds an entirely new expression to the Audi design language. Its plug-in hybrid drive with two electric motors and a system output of 300 kW (408 hp) provides for dynamic performance, yet consumes on average just 1.9 liters of fuel per 100 kilometers (123.8 US mpg)

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    By Audi Media

    Third generation of Audi’s premium compact car is a world beater Second overall victory for Audi at World Car of the Year Awards Ingolstadt – The Audi A3*, the premium compact bestseller from the brand with the four rings, is the 2014 World Car of the Year. This is the second overall title for Audi [...]

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    By Audi Media

    - The decision to bring the Audi A3 Sportback TDI® clean diesel to the U.S. market follows an outpouring of enthusiasts’ support – The newest model will arrive in 2015 to join the aggressive Audi push to expand the compact luxury segment – The A3 TDI Sportback will join the A3 e-tron Sportback to provide [...]

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    By Audi Media

    - Audi exclusive RS 7 dynamic edition to be introduced at NYIAS – Crimson Red stitching, extensive use of carbon fiber elements, and performance-oriented DRC® suspension highlight exclusive model – The exclusive units are intended to showcase the Audi exclusive personalization program and will be arriving at dealerships this summer HERNDON  – The Audi exclusive [...]

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    By Audi Media

    This is a change of historic proportions: The new regulations of the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) force the automobile manufacturers to use significantly less fuel than last year. The new rules will come into effect at the Silverstone (GB) season opener on April 20. Audi is tackling the challenge as the 2012 and 2013 World Champions with a newly designed R18 e-tron quattro and two strong driver lineups. Besides demonstrating their driving skills in the race they will also have to make their personal contribution to efficiency – not least due to the fact that, following an adjustment of the regulations on short notice, race cars with diesel engines like the R18 e-tron quattro are subject to another reduction of fuel-energy compared to competitors using gasoline engines.