Audi in the DTM 2005 – “Take Advantage”

January 19, 2005 Source: Audi Communication Motorsport “Take Advantage” – this is the Audi motto for the 2005 DTM. The works comeback in Europe’s most popular touring car series could hardly have been more successful: Audi scoop all three titles first time out: The Audi A4 DTM won five of the ten races during the […] More »

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Audi A8: Excellent Theft Protection

January 17, 2005 Source: Audi AG Certified security: the Audi A8 is the first vehicle worldwide to receive the “Certified Security” quality seal from the Allianz Zentrum für Technik (AZT – Allianz Centre for Technology). “For our customers, this award is visible confirmation of the high-level `invisible’ anti-theft system built into the A8,” said Dr. […] More »

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End of a Successful Model – Audi RS 6 Production Ceased

January 14, 2005 Source: Audi AG The unique combination of a biturbo engine and permanent quattro four-wheel drive, of a spacious body and a superior DRC suspension system (Dynamic Ride Control) – that is the Audi RS 6. Produced as a limited edition by quattro GmbH in Neckarsulm, this high-performance sports saloon with a 4.2-litre, […] More »

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NAIAS 2005: Audi Recap

January 10, 2005 By: Jason Teller As stated in the preview article leading up to the 2005 show, we weren’t expecting anything too major to be announced in Detroit this year. Still, with NAIAS being the biggest and most important of the North American auto shows, attendance is always required. With Audi coming off a […] More »

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Audi allroad quattro concept

      January 9, 2005 Source: Audi AG Debut in Detroit: Audi is proudly unveiling the allroad quattro concept at the North American International Automobile Show in Detroit. This very special crossover has indeed been developed especially for presentation at the most important car show in the USA, just as the very first allroad […] More »

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