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14.07.2010 | Photo
Audi TTS Pikes Peak
Autonomous Audi TTS: The VW Electronics Research Lab and Stanford University plan to have this autonomous Audi TTS complete high-speed test runs up Pikes Peak in Colorado this fall.
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14.07.2010 | Photo
Audi TTS Pikes Peak
Autonomous Audi TTS: The VW Electronics Research Lab and Stanford University plan to have this autonomous Audi TTS complete high-speed test runs up Pikes Peak in Colorado this fall.
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14.07.2010 | Photo
Silvretta E-Auto Rally Montafon 2010
Audi e-tron technology platform: At the first Silvretta E-Auto Rally
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14.07.2010 | Photo
Silvretta E-Auto Rally Montafon 2010
Audi e-tron technology platform: At the finish line of the first Silvretta E-Auto Rally
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14.07.2010 | Photo
Silvretta E-Auto Rally Montafon 2010
Audi e-tron technology platform: At the first Silvretta E-Auto Rally
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14.07.2010 | Photo
Silvretta E-Auto Rally Montafon 2010
Crowd-pulling e-tron technology platform: Audi causes a sensation among spectators at the first Silvretta E-Auto Rally.
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01.06.2010 | Photo
Challenge Bibendum in Rio de Janeiro
Audi receives a distinguished visitor at the Challenge Bibendum in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, president of Brazil, at the wheel and Sergio Cabral, governor of the Brazilian state of Rio de Janeiro, on the passenger’s seat in the Audi e tron electric sports car. The Brazilian politicians were impressed by this future car’s output of 230 kW (313 hp), its top speed of over 200 km/h (124 mph) and a range of 248 kilometers (154 miles).
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01.06.2010 | Photo
Challenge Bibendum in Rio de Janeiro
Audi receives a distinguished visitor at the Challenge Bibendum in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, president of Brazil, at the wheel and Sergio Cabral, governor of the Brazilian state of Rio de Janeiro, in the Audi e tron electric sports car. The Brazilian politicians were impressed by this future car’s output of 230 kW (313 hp), its top speed of over 200 km/h (124 mph) and a range of 248 kilometers (154 miles).
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