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With news breaking just today about the RS 4's confirmation for Geneva, it's not a surprise that there's renewed interest in developing renders of the new car. The profile shots in our previous story are great and all, but they were done about two years ago and well ahead of the facelifted A4's arrival. We've just found this fantastic render over on AutoEvolution (news story and
Check out the latest imagineered Audi from Theophilus Chin. Earlier this week we featured his take on a B8 RS 4 with the latest facelift changes and now he's put together a production-looking 2-door take on the A3 sedan concept shown last spring in Geneva.
So What Do We Think?
First and foremost, Chin's re-working of the A3 sedan takes it in a more production-looking direction, which helps
Render artist extraordinaire Theophilus Chin is at it again. PR shots of the facelifted Audi A4 are barely a week old and Chin has gone ahead and rendered an RS version already. High-res pics both front and rear are available after the jump below and are worth closer examination as Chin does what he's best known for, which is clean rendering and staying consistent with what is expected from the manufacturer.
With the Audi A6 Avant now fully revealed, imagining a C7 version of the Audi allroad becomes a bit more easier. For those who can't imagine it themselves, render artist extraordinaire Theophilus Chin has gone ahead and done it for you. Yes, we see some points that we doubt Audi will do, such as rotor wheels, standard A6 grille and aluminum S-spec mirrors... but this is the closest we've seen. Check out more
About a month ago, we were debating what or what not to next add to our Four Seasons Test garage and the Q5 was one vehicle solidly in our crosshairs. After seeing spy photos of a Q5 with the European market Off Road Package (also available through Audi Accessories for the USA we hear) testing at the Nurburgring with Porsche engineers doing early work on the upcoming Cajun, Audi's crossover was really on our radar. Lowered, with large
Check out this render of the next-generation RS 6. It's a bit premature to guess how accurate it is but the look is pretty cool nonetheless.
So what do we know of the RS 6? We do expect there will be one and it'll be powered by a higher-hp version of the upcoming 4.0T FSI. We don't expect the RS 6 to bow though before next year's Geneva show because the S6, S7 and S8 all have to bow before
Target: Audi A9 Coupe and Cabriolet
Arrival: 2014 at earliest
Source: Michael Dick, Audi Board of Management via Georg Kacher, Automobile Magazine)
Audi has made no secret of an aggressive push to grow its model lineup and to do so, Ingolstadt is readying a dizzying mix of new models.
There's something about crossovers. They're tall, practical and more fuel efficient than SUVs though not quite as fuel efficient as a wagon... yet there's no denying they hurt the business case for the Avant, much-loved by hardcore Audi enthusiasts. Like it or not though, crossovers are here to stay and the new Audi Q3 is proof of that.
Just an FYI for those watching intently as the Audi Q3 cruises towards its Shanghai premier next week. Seems Audi Germany has launched a Q3 section to their Audi.de website where you can sign up for news and see a few teasers.
Up until now the shots seen were unobstructed but very,very tight on the car... with good quality views so long as you only wanted to see the headlight or the taillight
Photo render artist Theophilus Chin has published another Audi creation in the form of a next-generation S3 3-door. Based on the A3 Concept shown last month in Geneva, Chin's S3 does many things he thinks the S3 will do. Chin deftly stayed consistent with Audi design, changing the doors, grille and other details to production units.
So What Do We Think?
The car is very consistent with