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The below mix of holiday e-cards you are about to see are the result of a perfect storm. Now, the clouds aren't dumping a record wintery mix on our quattro in the parking lot, but a gargantuan number of virtual holiday well-wishing in our in-box and on Facebook combined with a holiday spirited denial of service attack on our forums has had me holding off until just now to post this. That's all past, so see above
As mentioned earlier today, we've spent the last two weeks on trips to Germany and managed to collect plenty of content for upcoming features on Fourtitude. Some of this trip included making the quick five-minute drive from Audi's Ingolstadt facility to neighboring Wettstetten. MTM is so close to Audi, we've added them to our official FourSquare list of "Must-Visit"
Remember that polished aluminum Audi R8 spied on the MTM stand at Geneva Auto Show last spring? In case you don't, here's a quick rundown. The Ingolstadt-based Audi tuner performed perhaps the ultimate Audi engine transplant by dropping the biturbo V10 FSI of the RS 6 into an R8 chassis. The modifications certainly didn't stop there, with aero upgrades,
Unlike most North American auto shows, the European events tend to embrace a wide scope of automotive related businesses. In that vein, tuners and the aftermarket are a natural addition.
In Geneva there are really two levels of tuner presence. Companies like MTM (above) and Abt Sportsline (below) go big with the approach of building