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We've got one more photo from this week's score of test mules spied running through their paces in Argentina this week. One of the cars in the convoy we originally reported about on Monday was definitely an A6 Avant. This rear shot of that car provided to us by our spy photographer sources reveals it's not just an A6 Avant either but likely one with allroad treatment.
One day after those grainy shots of an Audi test mule caravan in Argentina surfaced, even more detailed shots of the upcoming 3-door A3 have surfaced. Check out this super clear 3/4 and others like it seemingly shot as the test group stopped at the hotel Selva Montana near San Lorenzo. And even though the car is in far-away Argentina, it still wears its Ingolstadt plates.
Check out more shots after the jump.
Check out this grainy photo published by Autoblog Argentina (autoblog.com.ar). What you see here, along with other shots of a facelifted Q5, A4 Avant and more are pretty much undisguised test mules from Audi, driving in caravan and doing cold weather testing in the middle of the northern hemisphere's summer by testing in a rather untraditional location. We've come to expect spy photos of the latest Audis from locales like South Africa,