De Nysschen to Head Audi in North America

November 22, 2004 By: Jason Teller Various online reports are saying that the president of Audi Japan will be named, perhaps as early as today, to succeed Axel Mees who was fired last week after making critical remarks about the VW Phaeton and former VW AG Chairman Ferdinand Piech.

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Audi Dismisses North American VP Axel Mees

November 17, 2004 By: Jason Teller What does it take to end an 8 month stint as Vice President in charge of Audi of America and Canada? I’m betting Axel Mees would like to take back the unflattering comments he made about former Volkswagen CEO Ferdinand Piech and the VW Phaeton to journalists gathered in […] More »

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The Second Trunk Trailer Company: Storage on Demand for World-Class Coupes & Sedans

November 17, 2004 Source: Second Trunk Trailers, Inc. Bend, OR — Your new car is beautiful. The engine is powerful. The interior appointments are luxurious. It has everything you want in a passenger vehicle except one thing: the extra storage space you need from time to time. Now, there is an eye-catching, efficient answer: The […] More »

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Volkswagen Chairman Bernd Pischetsrieder to Deliver Keynote Address at LA Auto Show

November 16, 2004 Source: Los Angeles Auto Show LOS ANGELES, Nov. 16 /PRNewswire/ — Dr. Bernd Pischetsrieder, chairman of the board of management of Volkswagen AG, will share his global perspective of the automobile industry during his keynote address at the Motor Press Guild breakfast on Jan. 5. The keynote presentation kicks off the two […] More »

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New Audi A6 is the Hardest Car to Steal

November 14, 2004 Source: Audi of Australia Achieving a score of 117 points out of a possible 120 points, the new Audi A6 4.2 quattro is now rated the most difficult vehicle to steal from around 200 new vehicles assessed in 2004 by IAG for this annual report. IAG scores Australian vehicles based on their […] More »

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