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Pink Audi A4 Quttaro 1.8 Turbo Quattro. Fs Or Trade Volkswagen New Beetle Vw Bug on 2040cars

US $15,500.00
Year:2003 Mileage:34008 Color: Pink / Tan
Location:

USA, United States

USA, United States
Transmission:Automatic
Vehicle Title:Clear
Engine:1.8L 1781CC l4 GAS DOHC Turbocharged
For Sale By:Private Seller
VIN: waulc68e43a119379 Year: 2003
Interior Color: Tan
Make: Audi
Number of Cylinders: 4
Model: A4
Trim: Base Sedan 4-Door
Options: Sunroof, 4-Wheel Drive, Leather Seats, CD Player
Drive Type: FWD
Safety Features: Anti-Lock Brakes, Driver Airbag, Passenger Airbag
Mileage: 34,008
Power Options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
Exterior Color: Pink
Condition: Used: A vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title. Used vehicles have had at least one previous owner. The condition of the exterior, interior and engine can vary depending on the vehicle's history. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections. ... 

2003 Audi A4 1.8 Turbo Quattro All Wheel Drive with only 34k miles. Rare Color (highly collectable ) The only other Audi I have ever seen in this color was a Audi TT in Europe (as seen in that last picture) Automatic. Clean Car Fax. No accidents. 2 owner car. In excellent condition. Title in Hand.

Asking Trade for a VW Beetle Convertible or buy it for $15,500.

(Price is base on the rare color of the car, like I said the only other Audi I have seen in this color is a Audi TT in Europe ( see last picture). Plus  the low miles for the year and it being in excellent condition for the year. If you do a research you will see 90% of the 2003 Audi A4 with high miles and they seem to be in fair condition. Even newer A4 like the 08 09 seem to be in fair condition with 100k miles and there asking $15,000 or more. So in my humble opinion this seems to be a great deal but your also more then welcome to use the make offer tap to make me a offer.
 

 

 

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Thu, 07 Feb 2013 09:31:00 EST

Automotive News reports Audi may have a hard road ahead of it when it comes to convincing federal regulators to allow the company's new matrix beam lighting. The system uses small cameras to detect other vehicles on the road and darkens specific elements of the high-beam pattern to provide maximum nighttime visibility without blinding other drivers. Audi has been displaying this technology on its concept cars for a couple of years now (including the Crosslane Coupe Concept shown above at its 2012 Paris Motor Show reveal). Audi hopes the technology will effectively do away with the industry's current high and low beam settings, but the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration doesn't allow such a system under its current laws. Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 108 specifically says headlamps are not to shine in this dynamic of a way.
Audi has asked has asked NHTSA for more clarification to determine what, if any elements of the matrix beam lighting technology can legally be used on US-specification vehicles. But American buyers may have to settle for systems that automatically dim their high beams until the rules get a bit more clarification.

Audi UK in hot water over dealer safety claims

Wed, 14 May 2014 15:31:00 EST

Car salesmen don't exactly have a reputation for being in the most truthful profession, and it appears that several Audi showrooms in the UK are playing into that stereotype. A BBC investigation found that multiple dealers told buyers that the company's models scored well in Euro NCAP crash tests. No big deal, right? The problem was that the vehicles were never actually evaluated.
The report began after an R8 buyer sent in a tip that his UK dealer claimed the sports car had received top Euro NCAP scores. However, it has never been tested by the organization. The BBC called 10 dealers inquiring about the A5 (pictured above), which also wasn't assessed. Nine said the coupe had been checked out, and six claimed it had a five-star rating - the best available.
Euro NCAP is funded by governments and motoring bodies, like the ADAC in Germany and the FIA. According to its website, the organization selects some of the most popular new models each year to crash test, and, the BBC claims, automakers can also pay to evaluate their cars. The last Audi tested was the A3 in 2012. The A6, Q3, A1, A4 and Q5 have also been tested since 2009, and they all received five-star ratings. However, the A5, A7, A8 and R8 have not been tested.

Audi Airomorph is a sleek shape-shifting senior thesis

Tue, 12 Aug 2014 18:30:00 EST

Eric Kim just graduated from the from the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA, at the end of the spring 2014 semester, and for his senior thesis project he came up with this futuristic Audi endurance racer called the Airomorph. He even got some input Audi designer Kris Vancoppenolle.
The Airomorph imagines a future Audi racer for Le Mans that features adjusting fabric panels to fine-tune the car's aerodynamics as it laps the course - a technology inspired by catamaran racing. "I started from scratch and had the freedom to deliver and execute a white space design for the future," said Kim to Autoblog via email. It's also somewhat similar to the idea behind BMW Gina concept, although Kim says that wasn't an inspiration for his design. The body here is made from a single piece of a silver, expansion-resistant material stretched over a frame underneath. The fabric anchors at the wheels, front and rear section with movable cables, and hydraulic actuators pull the wires to shift the aero as needed.
The actual shape echoes Audi endurance racers from the past and present. In profile, you can easily see the current R18 with its arcing cockpit and fin down the rear. Of course, that's interpreted through a little bit of Blade Runner with the covered wheels sticking out from the body. The front shows the rectangular shapes from the earlier R15. There doesn't appear to be any way to actually see out of the vehicle, though.