Audi’s Los Angeles ‘Streets of Tomorrow’ Event

May 12, 2006 By: Aristomenis “Meni” Tsirbas It was a warm and sunny Los Angeles Sunday afternoon. The sky was almost blue, muted only by the few dozen metric tons of carbon monoxide in the air. The setting was perfect for a rare offering from an automobile company: an open house test drive event featuring […] More »

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Audi Starts from Second Row in Houston

May 12, 2006 Source: Audi Communication Motorsport Dindo Capello fourth fastest in qualifying Audi R8 still competitive despite weight handicap Drivers expect tough race on Friday evening Audi starts the second round of the American Le Mans Series in Houston (US state of Texas) from fourth position on the grid on Friday evening and second […] More »

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Will Turbos Return to Audi?

May 7, 2006 By: Chris Ostberg Audi knows a thing or two about using turbochargers in high performance street and race applications. The rise of Audi’s legendary motorsports reputation in the 1980’s came almost entirely from a very potent and robust turbocharged inline 5 cylinder engine (2.1 or 2.2 liters depending on year). With this […] More »

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Audi Neckarsulm Plant to Build R8 Sports Cars in Small-Series Production

May 7, 2006 Source: Audi AG Audi sports car production to begin at end of 2006 Important investment in the location Extension of location-specific competencies Preparations for the production of the new Audi R8 sports car are progressing apace at the Audi Neckarsulm plant. The Audi subsidiary quattro GmbH is investing some 28 million euros […] More »

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Audi Provides the Inspiration for a Giant Automobile Sculpture

May 5, 2006 Source: Audi AG Germany. Land of the car. Berlin gets mobile “The Automobile” sculpture unveiled in front of Brandenburg Gate How a 2.5:1 scale model of a series production car takes shape Presiding in front of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin is a gold and silver coloured object: 10.20 metres long, 3.25 […] More »

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