Very well optioned 2010 Audi S4 Premium Plus 6 speed manual with Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) warranty through June 2016 or 100k miles. Current mileage is 55,461. The car is immaculate and was just fully detailed. I also just performed the 55k tune-up service at a cost of 840 and the car received a clean bill of health. Tires are only 10 months old (Bridgestone Potenza A/S) and have plenty of life left. The only modifications made to the vehicle were tinted windows and the pictured AWE exhaust which will be removed prior to sale (will be listing separately). Also included is a fully installed front and rear radar/laser detection system (Passport SRX). This car is very well equipped and options include: Phantom black pearl paint Black/Magma Red Fine Nappa leather interior MMI (navigation system) with rearview camera, Bluetooth, iPod integration, & SiriusXM with live traffic Audi Drive Select (alters steering, throttle response, suspension damping, differential settings) Sport differential Bang + Olufsen sound system Carbon Atlas interior trim package This is a phenomenal driver's car. I adore the vehicle but it is a third car and I'm scaling back on the toys for a bit. This is also a relatively rare vehicle.
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Auto blogThu, 24 Jul 2014 18:57:00 EST
The continuously variable transmission is one of those technologies that seems to make a lot of sense on paper, but in reality, almost always numbs the driving experience. That's one reason why Audi, according to reports, is planning to phase them out.
One of the first automakers to implement use of the CVT, Audi mates CVTs to larger engines than many other manufacturers, which typically install them on scooters, hybrids and small-displacement hatchbacks. But the time of the Audi CVT (which it calls Multimatic) may be near its end as a report from Australia indicates that Ingolstadt is moving toward a two-gearbox lineup that does not include the rubber-band transmission.
Instead, Audi is said to be focusing its attention on the S-tronic dual-clutch transmission and on conventional torque-converter automatics - although the development of beefier DCTs could spell the end of the Audi slushbox, as well. We've reached out to Audi for comment, so watch this space for confirmation.
ABT Sportsline, known as ABT Tuning from its founding in 1967 until 1991, is a German aftermarket parts and tuning company that has focused on enhancing Volkswagens and Audis since the VW GTI bowed in 1978 (in Europe, at least) and races competitively in DTM (Germany's touring car racing series). The company has kept its roots in Europe for all of these years, but will debut the AS6, based on the Audi A6, at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) in a couple weeks before opening up shop in Los Angeles in early 2014.
ABT focused on making the AS6 a balanced package by increasing engine output, tuning the suspension, giving it understated style and improving the brakes. Details are light, but the AS6's 3.0-liter diesel V6 makes 286 horsepower, a 41-hp increase over stock. Not paying attention yet? Torque jumps from 369 pound-feet to 500 lb-ft, endowing the Audi with a lot of much-appreciated low-rpm grunt. The springs are swapped out for a set of ABT units, and the body kit adds front and rear spoilers, side and rear skirts and carbon-fiber mirror covers. ABT's ER-C 20-inch wheels fit over new brakes.
We'll have more details on the car at SEMA, so stay tuned. But in the meantime, head on below to read the press release.
Between the Consumer Electronics Show and the Detroit Auto Show, Audi is creating plenty of buzz lately for its upcoming third-generation TT. Fortunately, we won't have to wait too much longer to see the next Audi TT, though, as Autocar reports that the coupe will make its big debut at the Geneva Motor Show.
In speaking with Audi's technical chief Ulrich Hackenberg, the article states that the 2015 TT will first be revealed in March before going on sale later in the year. Previewed by the Allroad Shooting Brake Concept (shown above), it isn't that hard envisioning what the new TT could look like: ditch the shooting brake roofline, tall ride height and obvious conceptual design cues. Of course, if this styling is more your thing than the two-seater TT, Hackenberg left open the possibility of a TT Allroad or even a TT-based crossover.