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You might remember Theophilus Chin from previous render posts we've made. Chin posts his work on his blog (linked below) and even publishes some in major magazines. One of his latest creations is the above very mildly facelifted 2011 A3 Sportback converted to theoretical allroad spec.
So what do we think?
It's a cool idea of an interesting production variant of the A3. However, the A3
Who doesn't love a cool garage makeover, so when Car & Driver posted time lapse video of the DIY Network's Garage Mahal series hosted by Bill Goldburg making over their own staff garage we clicked with interest. We weren't disappointed as we watched them install everything from car-bodied couches to cabinets and a lift. Even better, the first car that seems to grace the space is an Audi R8.
The B7 S4 has always been one of our favorite S-cars and we've just found one very nice example on Ebay. A 2008 this car features only 405 miles and features the rare sport appearance package that used components from the European A4 DTM model complete with real carbon fiber accents. The carbon looks particularly good compared with the car's dark grey paint.
More after the jump.
The 24 Hours of Le Mans is quickly approaching. We've been readying ourselves, picking up last minute gear and making last minute plans as our flight departs Saturday. While we expect to chat with the entire squad of Audi drivers Monday afternoon (French time) at the team scrutineering session we've just learned we'll be chatting with Allan McNish tomorrow afternoon.
It's been a while since our last Audi as Getaway Car post but we've found plenty reason to restart the series today with this remarkable footage of two B7 A4s used in a heist near Marseilles France. According to reports the cars were stolen and used by a crew of ten armed gunmen to steal 2.1M Euros from a Loomis Cash Transit that also appears on camera and in flames. The crew would later set fire to the two Audis as well once
We knew Red-Bull sponsored Mattias has been testing Red Bull Racing's Toyota NEXTEL Cup Car last week at VIR and that Mattias is a whiz with tin topped racers, so maybe we weren't that surprised when we heard rumor that it took him little over an hour to get up to speed in the much heavier Toyota Cup Car. However, we were a bit more surprised to read today on Red Bull Racing's
When it comes to rendering future Audi product, we're always most fond of future S-cars. Why? Audi's consistency in design of their S-car range makes creation of renders easy to do providing you pay attention to the cues. Last time around, in the case of the S8, we'd been tipped about when the car would bow and we'd known the then-new S design grille was grey with vertical chrome struts and the then-new wheel looked much like
We found a collection of renderings over at Audiblog.nl by Portuguese artist Nuno Silva. Effectively Silva imagineered what a production e-tron might look like by adding more production believable components such as wheels, grille and rearview mirrors to e-tron imagery.
So what do we think?
The images are purely from Silva's
The A1 saga continues with the latest release of Webisode 5. You may remember John (played by Justin Timberlake) had been pulled over by the police. Watch below.
A wrapup on our front page is due later today but we wanted to alert readers of an expansion of our 2010 Worthersee photo galleries. Specifically, hundreds of shots from contributors Russ Taylor and Joachim Naess tell an even more detailed story of Europe's biggest enthusiast show. Check them out via the link direct to the first page of new content below.