waterwagens 2003

September 4, 2003 Text & Photos by Neil McGarry waterwagens 2003 grew again this year to the delight of Pacific Northwest Audi and VW enthusiasts. Under perfect sunny weather Mt. Rainer looked down at Pacific Raceways for the car show, vendor booths and drag racing. While Audi cars represented only a little over 10% of […] More »

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Audi Reports August Sales Increase

September 3, 2003 Audi of America, Inc. reported August sales of 8,281, representing an increase of 7.4% when compared to August 2002 sales of 7,707. Strong sales of the all-new A8 L, combined with the success of the A4 Cabriolet, contributed to August 2003 being the best August in Audi’s history. For the year, the […] More »

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S4 Cabriolet to Debut in Frankfurt

      August 29, 2003 The potent and stunningly attractive Audi S4 Cabriolet is destined to be one of the stars of the Frankfurt Motor Show. Its output of 334 bhp and 410 Newton-metres of torque, in conjunction with quattro permanent four-wheel drive and sports suspension, add a new dimension to driving in the […] More »

  Comments | By - August 29, 2003

65 Year-Old ‘Audis’ Reborn in Germany

August 22, 2003 Text and photos courtesy of Audi UK Audi Tradition – the division responsible for preserving the brand’s colourful automotive heritage – has just undertaken its most complex restoration project since the replica of the Auto Union Type C “Silver Arrow” racing car. It has breathed new life into three Wanderer “Streamline Specials” […] More »

  Comments | By - August 22, 2003

New Audi A8 Models Set New Precedents in Frankfurt

August 22, 2003 Text and photos courtesy of Audi UK V6 petrol and EU4 TDI engines, multitronic CVT transmission and front-wheel-drive are new departures for the latest A8 New A8 models featuring 3.0-litre six-cylinder petrol and TDI engines make their international débuts at the 2003 Frankfurt Show Common rail 3.0-litre TDI creates the first ever […] More »

  Comments | By - August 22, 2003

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