Audi: 2004 in Review

December 26, 2004 Compiled by: Jason Teller In a grand gesture towards success and longevity, AudiWorld starts a new feature in 2004 that we will duplicate for years to come: a month-by-month look back at the major Audi happenings from the past year. Readers will be able to quickly see the news and events which […] More »

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Audi A3 Sportback with Open Sky System

December 17, 2004 Source: Audi AG More light with the open sky system in the Audi A3 Sportback: the panorama glass sunroof, with an area of more than half a square metre, lets in twice as much daylight as a conventional sunroof. The roof is of glazed appearance all the way from the windscreen to […] More »

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Consortium for Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communications Sets to Work

December 16, 2004 Source: Audi AG Leading carmakers team up to develop a shared standard Europe’s top six car manufacturers – Audi, BMW Group, DaimlerChrysler, Fiat, Renault and Volkswagen – have combined forces in the Car-2-Car Communication Consortium (C2C CC). One aim of this body is to develop a Europe-wide open industry standard for communications […] More »

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Audi Claims Two of Ward’s Top 10 Engines Awards

December 14, 2004 Source: Audi of America AUBURN HILLS, Mich. – Audi continues to add to it’s awards tally by collecting two more prestigious technology awards. The 3.2 FSI V6 and the 4.2 V8 engines have both been named a Ward’s Auto World 10 Best Engines for 2005. Audi is the only manufacturer to receive […] More »

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Audi at SEMA 2004

December 5, 2004 Article by: Larry Edsall / Photos: As Noted or AudiWorld Staff A dozen automakers had displays at the SEMA Show, where automotive aftermarket products and 5,000 cars carrying them overflowed the vast Las Vegas Convention Center and spilled onto the walkways and parking lots around the huge, multi-story complex. Audi was not […] More »

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