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    January 9, 2006


    By: Jason Teller

    Ever wondered what it was like to be in middle of the action at an automotive press conference? Audi’s stand at NAIAS 2006 was literally jam packed in anticipation of their presentation at 3:55 local time on Sunday, January 8th. The following videos will give you a sense of the new Audi product and the scene during the show.

    2006 North American Int’l Auto Show Videos
    Audi S6 Debut

    The premier of the all new Audi S6 sedan.

    Video format: WMV
    Duration: :21

    Audi Press Conference Clip #1

    Continuing video of the Audi Press Conference following the roll out of the S6 sedan.

    Video format: WMV
    Duration: :27

    Audi Press Conference Clip #2

    The dancing during the Audi press conference continues leading up to the debut of the Roadjet concept.

    Video format: WMV
    Duration: :21

    Audi Roadjet Concept Debut

    The curtains are lifted on Audi’s newest concept study, the Roadjet.

    Video format: WMV
    Duration: :24

    Audi Roadjet Concept Clip #1

    A view of the Audi Roadjet Concept from the front showing the chaos at these press conferences. Note Audi Group Design Chief Walter d’Silva on the left.

    Video format: WMV
    Duration: :17

    Audi Roadjet Concept Clip #2

    Looking inside the Audi Roadjet Concept from the hatch where the child seat on rails, the all-passenger entertainment systems and the espresso maker are visible.

    Video format: WMV
    Duration: :20

    Audi Roadjet Concept Clip #3

    A quick clip of the Audi Roadjet Concept’s retracting door handles in action.

    Video format: WMV
    Duration: :17

    Audi Q7 Side Profile

    Viewing the Audi Q7 walking down one side.

    Video format: WMV
    Duration: :18

    Audi Q7 Front Profile

    The new Q7 again – this time from the front.

    Video format: WMV
    Duration: :19

    Audi S6 Sedan

    A good overview of the S6 from front to back, including the engine bay. The new S6 wheels look fantastic.

    Video format: WMV
    Duration: :38

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