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As major auto shows go, the 2012 New York Auto Show was a bit of a write off for Audi. There were no world or even domestic debuts for the brand. Maybe it was timing or maybe it was simply importance of this event for the brand but the lack of new models stood in stark difference to major shows like Frankfurt, Paris, Geneva or Detroit where Audi table scraps are sometimes more than other
Fourtitude will be covering the media days at the New York Auto Show this week from Wed-Thurs, AND we've got 14 passes to give away to our readers courtesy of Audi.
Public days for the New York Auto Show (http://www.autoshowny.com) run April 6-15 and these passes will get you in during that
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At the time Manhattan native Peter Helfer stayed
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