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The idea of the Audi Q6 popped up on our radar back in February when Audi brand group design chief Wolfgang Egger mentioned the four rings might be interested in taking on the X6, BMW's sport utility vehicle with coupe-like roofline. Then, the name Q6 showed up later in the month spoken (not surprisingly) by Automobile Magazine's/Car Magazine's Georg Kacher.
As is common with a new test mule, there've been quite a few news outlets offering different sets of shots of the car. In the case of yesterday's B8 RS 4 Avant, this has certainly been the case. We reported on a set from MotorAuthority last night and ran our own set early this morning. Now quattroholic.com has published a new set we haven't yet seen offering even
Nurburgring? Check. Swedish frigid climate? Check. Death Valley? Check. German port? Usually not. Well, you have to figure with test mules that they have to ship them somehow right? Take this car, what is believed to be a near production S6 test mule. A photo of the car ws nabbed as it was prepping to be shipped to Gothenburg, Sweden.
From the front, as seen above, the
While on the ground at last week's R18 Test in Sebring Fourtitude had a chance to sit down with Wolfgang Ullrich, Ullrich Baretzky and Howden Haynes of Audi Sport to chat about the new car. On hand at the interview was Guerilla Video shooting for Audi of America who's shared their footage with us as we produce some of our own footage.
Last week we posted an initial link to a 500+ photo gallery shot during Audi Sport's recent R18 test in Sebring. . Fourtitude was on hand along with a very few other UK and French journalists to witness the test and get capture the car as much as we could via photography and video. We were like kids in a candy shop.
While on scene we worked
We've just stumbled across one of Audi's latest A6 commercials from Europe posted over on YouTube. Called "Manipulation", the spot's creators likened aluminum alloy to clay and through computer animation this looks like an easy task. Watch below.
We've found what we believe to be the first set of spy photos of the upcoming RS 4 Avant posted over at MotorAuthority. Make sure to see plenty more angles of the car after the jump. MA notes the car is essentially A4 bodied with a unique RS-like chin spoiler, RS 5 wheels and brakes and suggests the car will be a high-hp version of the 3.0T FSI supercharged engine that should hit market
Longtime TT enthusiasts need no introduction to the color Nimbus Grey. This subtly metallic shade was one of the most popular colors offered on the first generation TT. And, while quattro GmbH boss Stefan Reil tells us he's built an RS 5 with this color, this is the first time we've seen it painted on a newer TT... and a TT RS no less. The car was found for sale on Mobile.de (kind of like Germany's AutoTrader).
Photo render artist Theophilus Chin has published another Audi creation in the form of a next-generation S3 3-door. Based on the A3 Concept shown last month in Geneva, Chin's S3 does many things he thinks the S3 will do. Chin deftly stayed consistent with Audi design, changing the doors, grille and other details to production units.
So What Do We Think?
The car is very consistent with
One of automotive journalism's greatest passed over the weekend of complications from cancer surgery. We learned David E. Davis Jr. died at the age of 80 and were truly saddened by the news.
Some might say it's Brock, but I'd wager David E. Davis is the godfather of automotive journalism. You see, David E. was there in the beginning... or what many see as both the beginning and the