Audi A4 2.0 TFSI Now Also with 220 bhp

November 24, 2005 Source: Audi AG quattro GmbH boosts power by 20 bhp The Audi A4 stands out for its driving pleasure and superior technology, exciting styling and a level of luxury that even satisfies the demands made in the top car class. The 220 bhp (162 kW) 2.0 TFSI engine already used successfully in […] More »

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Green Light for Audi R8 in Neckarsulm

November 15, 2005 Source: Audi AG INGOLSTADT, Germany – It is now official: the new Audi sports car will be called the Audi R8. Presented as the “Le Mans quattro” concept study two years ago at the IAA Frankfurt Motor Show, Audi has now taken the decision to build its new sports car. Everything is […] More »

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Audi Announces Pricing for the 2006 A3 3.2 quattro S-Line

November 14, 2005 Source: Audi of America AUBURN HILLS, Mich. – The highly acclaimed 2006 Audi A3 line-up will receive a formidable addition in mid-November: the A3 3.2 quattroÒ S-line. Audi’s premium compact will now have even more sporting pretensions with a high-power V6 engine, quattro all-wheel drive, and aggressive exterior styling. The 2006 A3 […] More »

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Award for TFSI engine of the Audi R8

November 14, 2005 Source: Audi Communication Motorsport Ulrich Baretzky is “Race Engine Designer of the Year” Audi R8 winning streak convinced panel of experts V8 power unit without single technical failure in 77 races The Audi R8 is the most successful Le Mans prototype ever and is still the world’s only race car to combine […] More »

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Event Coverage: H2O International 2005

November 12, 2005 Article & Photos by: Ryan Macchione Ocean City , Md – As they say, eight is great. On September 25, 2005 Club H20 organized their eighth International Volkswagen/Audi show, and it was more than just great. It was nearly perfect. Project Audi A3 took the long route from Philadelphia to Maryland as […] More »

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