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There was so much new on the Audi stand this week at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland that we almost forgot about this particular piece of news. Then we got back from dinner (Geneva Mean Time) and saw news from the States about the iPad 4G announcement and this bumped up to our top story.
This new system was fitted to the new Audi A6 allroad,
When it comes to the Audi world, Abt Sportsline needs no introduction. Best known as one of the longest-running Audi tuners going, Abt also represents Audi's lead factory teams in the DTM and also counts itself as an Audi dealer. Headquartered in Kempten, Germany, Abt is a day jaunt from other Southern Germany Audi destinations such as Ingolstadt and
For those who may have missed it, Audi of America hosted the American launch of the A7 at the IAC building in lower Manhattan last spring during New York Auto Show week. Of course the A7 wasn't the only star of the event, a scale paper crafted A7 was also there in addition to this particular red 100 Coupe S.
Of course the Bertone-designed
West Virginia-based Audi tuning firm STaSIS has released its first photos of the new Audi A7 with upgrades. In the photos we can see STaSIS wheels, exhaust, Alcon Brakes and a lowered suspension (presumably Ohlins). Since STaSIS is one of the companies offering an ECU upgrade for the 3.0 TFSI, expect an upgrade there too. Check out the rest of the photos below.
As an automotive enthusiast, you can't deny the attraction of a good old fashioned comparison test. Throw a few competitors together in a mix and the differences really stand out. The results are usually interesting and always debated, so we were curious to read the latest comparo from Motor Trend. In the piece, MT writer Jonny Lieberman pits the Audi A7
Celebrity Cars blog has shots of actor Robert Downey Junior sporting a black Audi A7 this past weekend in Los Angeles. Given Audi's tie with Downey's blockbuster Iron Man series, we're not surprised the actor has chosen a four-ringer as his daily ride though he gets extra style points for picking the A7. And it's an S-line rolling on 20s no less.
Check out these spy photos that came in from our sources this morning. The photographer labeled it as an S7 with a new bumper as S7 test mules have been regular fixtures in testing locales over the last few weeks. Even still, we're pretty sure this is an RS 7 due to that snarling maul.
Other than the chin, the car looks as if it could be an S7 spec. The otherwise S-line
48 hours into our stay with our Havanna Black Metallic Audi A7 and the car continues to impress. We could go on and on about the design or relay instances where this BMW-driving person or that Lexus-owning person admires the car and inquires about it, but that all seems to run together eventually. Instead, we've decided to focus more on some different aspects about the car. Today we're highlighting the differences between
Check out this artfully shot video short about the Audi A7, done by Oliver Wieter and hosted on Vimeo.
AUDI A7 Impressionen from Oliver Wieter on Vimeo.
Remember that paper Audi A7 on display at the IAC Building presentation of the real car the night prior to the New York Auto Show. The work was done by artist Taras Lesko using 285 pieces of paper, 750 parts and 245 hours. Audi USA produced a time lapse video of Lasko's work and you can find it below.