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For those Audi enthusiasts who are also bike buffs, this NSU motorcycle we've found on Ebay should peak your interest. This 1956 250cc Max by the defunct NSU marque owned by Audi is in surprisingly pristine and surprisingly original condition. The bike's logged a reported 29,500 miles and is surprisingly located in Owasso, OK (USA). Check it out after the jump.
We've just stumbled across several video clips on YouTube documenting two UK magazines (EVO and AutoCar) test driving the Audi R8 LMS racecar, specifically one of the United AutoSports cars. Watch below.
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Here's something you don't see every day. Take one DKW Munga, built by Auto Union during the 50s primarily for military use. Paint it yellow, fit it with mudder tires and rally lights, swap in an aircooled VW boxer four and you have one very unique beach buggy. We've just found this beast for sale in Fort Lauderdale, FL and listed on Ebay.
Bidding is only at about $3K but there is a reserve so we've emailed the owner
Frequent Fourtitude contributor John Stahmann surprised us with a wide selection of photos from the 24 Hours of Nurburgring including some great detail shots of the new R8 GT. Seems John was in the general neighborhood of the Nurburgring and stopped by to watch the race, shooting hundreds of photos at the event that he's been kind enough to share
Apparently ABC's latest Bachelorette drives a black Audi cabriolet... at least in the show and perhaps in real life. Yeah, we missed it, but our news search this morning caught a piece on the National Ledger website pointed out the product placement that isn't product placement apparently.
According to the ledger it's a "black Audi convertible" but since
EVO Magazine has created a new Audi Guide to Le Mans app for iPhone and it would appear it's got Audi's backing based on the brand's prominent placement with ads, reviews, etc. App features latest news, driver bios, team info, and news all broken down by either Audi focused or general (so it's not just for Audi enthusiasts). Interestingly, Team Kolles and their R10 TDIs fall under 'other'. Other features include Audi road test
This very, very blue Audi RS 6 just turned up on Twitter this week. We found it posted over on the Quattroholic fan page on Twitter and people there guess that it is Lamborghini's Blu Cepheus. We've always heard Audi Exclusive doesn't like to encroach on Lambo's pallet but with IN (for Ingolstadt) tags we're suspecting this likely Audi Executive could order what he wants. Funny too that the car is driving past
Audi has released the latest episode of their 'The Next Big Thing' webisode series starring Justin Timberlake and Dania Ramirez. Watch it below along their latest behind the scenes documentary installment about Swedish rock band Torpedo and its single 'Accelerate' that is part of the series' soundtrack.
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While spending the weekend in Audi of America's German market TTRS and rowing gears on its manual transmission, we couldn't help but wondering why more manual transmission TTs never made it to the USA. While the first-gen TT made due ONLY manual transmissions for most of its years, the second-gen car is practically the opposite with DSG S-tronic being the only choice almost across the board. I say 'almost'
We've written about the place before if not the car. Just below building A50 on the Audi Forum Ingolstadt is where certain Audi AG board members like to park. Short of seeing them actually exiting the car we're never exactly sure which car belongs to whom but there are some obvious elements of taste that we can identify. Audi AG boss Rupert Stadler likes metallic whites while development board member and long proven gearhead