Audi Gives the Go-Ahead for the New Audi A6 allroad quattro

July 25, 2005 Source: Audi AG As the Audi allroad quattro nears the end of its production life, the second generation of this successful model, due to be launched in mid-2006, is already eagerly awaited at the Neckarsulm plant. 90,000 allroad quattro models have left the production line since the beginning of 2000, considerably more […] More »

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Three Times “Double Best Pick” for Audi

July 21, 2005 Source: Audi AG The renowned Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) in the USA has awarded the Audi A6 its highest rating of “double best pick”. This is the outcome of a frontal and a side crash test which this Audi saloon completed in the USA. The A6 is already the third […] More »

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50 Years Ago: H.P. Müller Motorcycle World Champion for NSU

July 21, 2005 Source: Audi Tradition 1955 title winner as a privateer Runner-up in European Grand Prix championship as early as 1939 In these next few days it will be the 50th anniversary of Hermann Paul Müller’s World Motorcycle Championship title for NSU. Müller, who answered to the name “Renntiger” (race tiger), was the first […] More »

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New Visitor Route Opened at Audi in Ingolstadt

July 18, 2005 Source: Audi AG Visitor route reflects open factory A3 and A4 production on show 120,000 visitors per year to the Audi production plant The six-kilometre visitor trail in the A3 and A4 production plant at Audi in Ingolstadt has been reinterpreted: Dr. Jochem Heizmann, Board Member for Production, and Plant Manager Frank […] More »

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quattro – “Moments” in a Success Story

July 12, 2005 Source: Audi AG Precisely 25 years ago, a car that was to change the world of automotive technology went on display for the first time: on 3 March 1980 the first Audi quattro stole the limelight at the Geneva Motor Show. This winning personality sporting the four-ring badge was the beginning of […] More »

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