Audi Accelerates Bluetooth Adoption Using CSR Silicon

December 18, 2002 CSR (Cambridge Silicon Radio) today announced that car maker Audi will be using CSR’s BlueCore technology to bring Bluetooth technology to the road with the world’s first car to be offered with a Bluetooth enabled GSM car phone and a cordless Bluetooth handset. Bluetooth equipped models are rolled out throughout countries supporting […] More »

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Audi A8L 4.2 quattro

      December 18, 2002 Audi is to present the 5.18-m long-wheelbase version of its new A8 4.2 quattro at the Detroit Motor Show (from 5th – 20th January 2003). In addition to dynamic performance, generous space and luxury qualify the A8L 4.2 quattro as the ideal luxury sedan for long-distance travel. Its wheelbase […] More »

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“Golden Helmet” Award for Audi Works Driver Emanuele Pirro

December 15, 2002 Audi works driver Emanuele Pirro has been awarded the “casco d´oro speciale” during a big television gala at Bologna on Saturday. “Casco d’oro” is an annual award introduced in 1966 by specialist magazine “Autosprint”, Italy’s leading motorsport magazine. The organisers explained that Pirro and Audi had been unbeatable at Le Mans, and […] More »

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Supervisory Board of AUDI AG Decides: Investment Volume to Remain at Top Level

December 10, 2002 Audi will invest large amounts in sporty products and model versions over the next five years. The high investment level of the past few years will thus be continued. This was decided at a meeting of the Supervisory Board of AUDI AG in Ingolstadt yesterday evening. Within the scope of mid-term investment […] More »

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Audi Reports Best Ever November Sales

December 2, 2002 Audi of America, Inc. reported sales of 7,138 for the month of November, a 14.2 percent increase over November’s 2001’s sales of 6,253. For the year, the Germany luxury carmaker reported sales of 77,444, versus 2001’s total of 76,065, an increase of 1.8 percent.

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