Audi Drivers are Fit for 2004 Season

March 6, 2004 Tom Kristensen and Emanuele Pirro have notched up their first victory of the year. Together with Peter Terting the two DTM drivers won a football tournament at Ofterschwang – simultaneously the finale and highlight of the “Red Bull Training Camp”. For a complete week, the DTM and sports car drivers prepared themselves […] More »

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Audi Reports February Sales

March 2, 2004 The all-new Audi A8 continues to sell at a swift pace despite the difficult economy and competitive sales environment in the luxury segment. Audi of America, Inc. reported 2004 February sales of the A8 were 424 compared to 99 vehicles sold the previous year. The A4 Cabriolet posted a small increase with […] More »

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Audi A8 6.0 quattro

      March 1, 2004 Text and pictures courtesy of Audi AG Audi is unveiling the new and most sporty version of its flagship model, the A8 6.0 quattro. This twelve-cylinder version with standard wheelbase, like the ultra-comfortable, dynamic long-wheelbase version before it, raises the stakes in the luxury car category even higher. The […] More »

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Audi A3 2.0 TDI quattro

March 1, 2004 Audi is unveiling a further A3 version with quattro permanent four-wheel drive at the Geneva Motor Show. The most powerful diesel engine in this car line – the 2.0 TDI developing 103 kW (140 bhp) and a torque of 320 Newton-metres – translates its output into traction and transverse dynamics even more […] More »

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The New A6: Audi Dynamic Suspension

March 1, 2004 The Audi dynamic suspension in the new A6 uses a technology which has already proven its sporting qualities under the most demanding and challenging conditions: the enhanced, Audi-designed four-link front suspension in combination with the self-tracking trapezoidal-link rear axle adopted from the Audi A8 – a combination featured both on the front-wheel-drive […] More »

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