At the end of the 1970’s, an American company called MIT commissioned Lamborghini to design a 4×4. The project failed..
The Audi 100 C3 arguably marked a zenith in Audi build quality. Its rarity and shape still attracts some attention and was a major step forward when the wraps were pulled off it in September 1982. It was characterised by a particularly streamlined body, significant for being the first production saloon with opening flush glazing… Continue reading Built to last. Audi 100 C3
Once the range-topper for the German brand’s family of saloons, the 1990 Audi V8 Quattro has fallen on hard times. Based on the Typ 44 platform of the lesser 100/200, the V8 featured all the bells and whistles that Audi could throw at it. Heated front and rear leather seats, sunroof, electric mirrors, heated locks,… Continue reading 1990 Audi V8 Quattro
These days it seems that Audi is prepared to stick an RS badge to practically anything in the range. However, the ‘B5’ RS4 was only the second model to wear the ‘Renn Sport’ derived moniker, following on from the 1994 RS2 Avant. For us, that makes it a very special car indeed. The original B5… Continue reading RS4 B5. Rocket fuelled.
My Audi RS2 is a 96 model year car first registered in NZ in 95. I’ve owned it for around 3.5 years. It’s brilliant black, a colour that suits the car well.