1994 Audi Cabriolet Local 1 Owner Like New Dealer Serviced Garage Kept Power Top on 2040-cars
Palmyra, Pennsylvania, United States
1994 Audi Cabriolet
Local 1 Owner Car, bought New at Autohaus
Original Window Sticker Showing an MSRP of $39,825
Great Service History, Always Serviced at Autohaus
Timing Belt Replaced in 11/06
Clean Carfax - Never in an Accident
Power Convertible Top
All Weather Package
- Heated Seats
- Heated Windshield Washer Nozzles
- Heated Door Locks
Walnut Wood Dash Inlays
Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel
Insulated Soft Top
Power Windows & Mirrors
AM/FM Radio with Cassette
Local 1 Owner Car. Garage Kept. Always Audi Dealer Serviced at Autohaus. Original Window Sticker Included. Car is like New inside & out. Everything works 100%. Power Top works. Ice Cold A/C. Pennsylvania State Inspected. No disappointments. Call Derek (717)838-3400 with any questions.
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Autonomous cars are impressive displays of in-car technology, but what exactly would the benefit of such systems be for the average driver? Audi has answered that question by showing off its Piloted Parking system for the Audi Connect at CES 2013.
Wed, 12 Feb 2014 18:29:00 EST
Installed on this Audi A7, Piloted Parking allows a driver to drop themselves off and have the car autonomously drive away on its own and find its own parking spot. The car can then later be retrieved by "calling" it back with a specially designed smartphone app. We'd be lying if we said this didn't bring back memories of Michael Knight summoning KITT with his wristwatch. The most impressive part of this car might be the fact that the car is fully autonomous but doesn't have any obvious sensors or monitors on the exterior of the car like many other self-driving cars have.
Check out a video of the this innovative technology in action after the jump.
With the third-generation Audi TT slated for a debut at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show in just a few weeks time, we've received some interesting news out of the United Kingdom. Speaking to the crew at Top Gear, Chief Engineer Ulrich Hackenberg made some interesting statements about the next TT, noting that he likes the idea of a production Allroad Shooting Brake.
Wed, 08 Jan 2014 09:20:00 EST
"I can imagine the TT has much more potential than we have used up to now. That's why we did this Allroad [Shooting Brake] Concept. The trend is to smaller crossovers. So for example you do a crossover TT. It would have a big group of fans," Hackenberg told TG.
That makes it almost sound like Audi is trying to expand one popular, fashion-forward model into a wildly different niche, like Mini did moving from Hardtop to Countryman (or perhaps more appropriately, the Paceman). We'll reserve judgement, if only because the Allroad Shooting Brake was one of the more popular concepts at the Detroit Auto Show, making our Editors' Choice list.
Relatively small in newsworthiness compared with laser-equipped hybrids and all-new cockpit concepts, Audi has also announced a branded, Android-powered tablet called Smart Display at CES this week.
Audi has partnered with Google for its in-car computing software for years now, so it's hardly surprising to hear that its first foray into the world of tablets runs a Google OS (which one is still unclear), and has Android guts. Sorry, iPad users. The 10.2-inch tablet wears a lovely aluminum chassis that seems right in line with Audi's typical industrial design, and is packed with Nvidia's Tegra T40 processor.
Smart Display is meant to highlight the upcoming cleverness of Audi's newly announced in-car LTE connectivity (by way of continued partnership with AT&T). Users can, in theory, access the Google Play store while on the go, and then download and fiddle with Android-based apps until their very hearts are content. By "users" we mean "passengers" here, and so does Audi, though we're not exactly sure if there are measures in place to keep a driver from tableting while driving.