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German car magazine Auto Motor und Sport is reporting that Audi will pull the covers off of the all-new MQB-based Audi A3 at the Geneva Motor Show next spring (found via Automobile Magazine) and arrive in Europe by the spring of 2012.
From the sounds of it, A, M und S's source was Audi Design boss
The R8 is due for a little brother says AutoExpress. Audi board member Michael Dick once told us he liked the idea and AutoExpress suggests this "R4" will be based closely on the e-tron Spyder and feature the 2.5 TFSI pumping close to 400 hp with all-wheel drive and eventually a hybrid version pushing electric power via the front wheels.
Brit car magazine AutoExpress has run an interesting intel report on the upcoming Audi A3. The piece includes several photoshop renders of 3-door and 5-door Sportback variants. And while it doesn't really break any new news intel, the piece does summarize all that is known thus far rather succinctly. In particular detail are a listing of engines and even hybrid and electric drivetrains.
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.
Holy exclusive! Its hard to come up with a virtually exclusive story in the auto industry but AutoExpress has managed it with a review of the Audi A5 e-tron (for now at least ). To create this latest e-tron prototype Audi took an A5 2.0T and ditched the drive shaft, installing an electric motor at the rear axle and filled the transmission tunnel with lithium ion batteries.
It was more than rumor that an S1 would display at last September's Paris Motor Show. Even the official website for the industry event listed an S-car version of Audi's hot-selling A1 3-door. In the end sources at Audi told us the car was pulled from the Paris lineup.
In a new story by AutoExpress, the British automotive news magazine suggests that the original