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Automobile Magazine has published a report today from European contributor Georg Kacher - a journalist with contacts on the board level at Audi who is often privy to Audi plans early in gestation. When we catch a far-out rumor from Kacher, we often read it with interest since it speaks to the thought patterns of the Audi board though doesn't always
German auto magazine Autobild has published an intel story on the upcoming B9 A4 that includes several obvious renders. Set to follow the 2012 B8 facelift to market by 2014, the B9 A4 will be all-new and groundbreaking for Audi as it will be one of the first implementations of the much-anticipated multi-material space frame configuration known internally as MLB-evo.
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German automotive magazine Autobild has published their own intel report of new Audi models adn we've just found an English summary over at GermanCarBlog. The report is filled with renders made by our friend Larson and subjects of the report include the Audi Q3 crossover (due 2011), next-generation Audi A3 Sportback (due 2012), Audi Q1 (due 2013), Audi A2 (due 2014),
Our buddies over at GermancarBlog turned us on to a story run this week from Autobild highlighting rumors about the next-gen Audi A4 (B9?). The story is accompanied by renders created by our firend and fellow Audi enthusiast Larson - a CGIer that's known for creating shots while giving a lot of thought to known directions in design.
The Autobild piece suggest the new A4 will drop