Tradition

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22.03.2011 | Photo
Audi Tradition
Fascination Mille Miglia: In a DKW F91 in Rome at night, passing the Colosseum.
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22.03.2011 | Photo
Audi Tradition Goodwood
In Goodwood on the start again: The Auto Union Silber Arrow Type C from 1936.
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16.02.2011 | Photo
How DKW changed the automotive world
1931 presented at the International Motorshow in Berlin: The DKW Front F1.
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29.06.2010 | Photo
Goodwood Festival of Speed
„The last works-driver of Auto Union“: Nick Mason, drummer of Pink Floyd, sitting in the Auto Union type D twin-supercharger from 1939.
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02.05.2010 | Photo
Grand Prix Historique Monte Carlo
Hans-Joachim Stuck, Rupert Stadler, Chairman of the Board of Management AUDI AG and Racecardriver-Legend Jacky Ickx in the Pit Lane of the Grand Prix Historique.
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02.05.2010 | Photo
Grand Prix Historique Monte Carlo
Hans-Joachim Stuck, Rupert Stadler, Chairman of the Board of Management AUDI AG and Racecardriver-Legend Jacky Ickx in the Pit Lane of the Grand Prix Historique.
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02.05.2010 | Photo
Grand Prix Historique Monte Carlo
Hans-Joachim Stuck, Rupert Stadler, Chairman of the Board of Management AUDI AG and Racecardriver-Legend Jacky Ickx in the Pit Lane of the Grand Prix Historique.
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02.05.2010 | Photo
Grand Prix Historique Monte Carlo
Racecardriver-Legend Jacky Ickx and a colleague from Audi Tradition at the Auto Union Silver Arrow.
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27.04.2010 | Photo
The Winning Four – 30 Years of quattro
Panoramic view of the new exhibition “The Winning Four – 30 Years of quattro”
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27.04.2010 | Photo
The Winning Four – 30 Years of quattro
Ferguson Climax P99 (1961): the only Formula 1 racing car with four-wheel drive that ever won a Grand Prix.
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27.04.2010 | Photo
The Winning Four – 30 Years of quattro
A look at the four-wheel-drive history of AUDI AG: a DKW Munga from 1963 (right) and the VW Iltis from 1978 developed by Audi (left). Both provided the initial spark for quattro technology.
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27.04.2010 | Photo
The Winning Four – 30 Years of quattro
Four-wheel-drive technology on the moon: a replica of the moon buggy of 1971 has four-wheel drive with four electric motors, one on each wheel.
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27.04.2010 | Photo
The Winning Four – 30 Years of quattro
The original Audi quattro: the world’s first series-production sports car with permanent four-wheel drive.
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27.04.2010 | Photo
The Winning Four – 30 Years of quattro
Insight into the new exhibition “The Winning Four – 30 Years of quattro”
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