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  • A3/A3 sportback

    14 16.47%
  • A4/A4 avant

    21 24.71%
  • A6/A6 avant

    9 10.59%
  • A8

    9 10.59%
  • allroad

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  • Q7

    11 12.94%
  • TT

    20 23.53%
  • A2 do they still make these?

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  1. #1
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    Best looking car in the current Audi range?

    What is the best looking car in the current Audi range?

    I have gone for the A6 as IMO it realy is stunning in both saloon and avant guise

    I have left out the R8,RS and S class as everyone would have gone for them....

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    To be honest, I don't find any of the current range that good to look at.
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    I'd have to go with the A3 I think.
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    Gotta be the A8.

    Still likin the A2 as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smitch
    Still likin the A2 as well.
    So do I , but they don't make it any more, so it's not in the current range.
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    New TT...


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    Don't like it, prefer the old one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smitch

    Still likin the A2 as well.
    cant get my head round how anyone would like these weird looking motors





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    gotta be the Q7. they jus look amazing. indeed like the A8 as well tho.
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    Quote Originally Posted by silver75
    cant get my head round how anyone would like these weird looking motors


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    Quote Originally Posted by QUATTRO_REP
    gotta be the Q7. they jus look amazing. indeed like the A8 as well tho.
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    I'd have the Toureg or whatever the bloody hell it's called over that Q7.
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    Quote Originally Posted by silver75
    cant get my head round how anyone would like these weird looking motors




    Because it's innovative, and a brilliant example of form following function.
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    Quote Originally Posted by QUATTRO_REP
    gotta be the Q7. they jus look amazing. indeed like the A8 as well tho.
    I've stood next to one & examined it from every angle. I thought it was a monstrosity. No thought, no imagination, no cleverness, just miles and miles of metal.
    Last edited by jdp1962; 9th February 2007 at 21:50.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdp1962
    Because it's innovative, and a brilliant example of form following function.
    it looks like a tt viewed through one of those wonky destorted fairground mirrors.. its ugly

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    Quote Originally Posted by smitch
    Gotta be the A8.
    Agreed. Had a good look round one when I was having my Sportback serviced; the latest model is very well proportioned and looks superb with the new grill.

    Last edited by benw123; 8th February 2007 at 18:59.
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    At least the A8 (& the A6 to a lesser degree) are big enough to carry off the single-frame grill. On the A3 and A4, it just looked disproportionately large.
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    What about the RS 4 you schumcks unless its not out yet and then I'll be the schumks ( I have the brochure )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silver75
    I have left out the R8,RS and S class as everyone would have gone for them....
    Quote Originally Posted by Onlyme
    What about the RS 4 you schumcks unless its not out yet and then I'll be the schumks ( I have the brochure )
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    Quote Originally Posted by DPM
    Me to!
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    I like the A6
    Looks great as a S-Line
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdp1962
    Because it's innovative, and a brilliant example of form following function.
    Hehe-here!!

    My ex has one...brilliant cars for what they are designed for.
    Loads of room, great visibility, nippy enough, reasonable to drive...loads of storage etc...
    I like 'em.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jdp1962
    I've stood next to one & examined it from every angle. I thought it was a montrosity. No thought, no imagination, no cleverness, just miles and miles of metal.
    Hehe-here (again!)

    Truly awful in all aspects, from every angle.
    A hulking great monster of a thing...which will be the 5ft mother of two's weapon of choice in the suburban one-upmanship competition 2007.

    So very sad...


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    Personally, I think Audi have lost their way on the styling front.
    They made some truly pretty cars up to very recently...but the newest models don't do it for me.
    The old A3 was prettier than the new...and the Sportback? What's that all about?
    The new A4 is worse than the previous body (2001 ish shape)
    The new A6 probably slightly less frumpy..
    But the old A8 prettier.
    The TT doesn't have the cutting edge look of the old...

    Personally, I find the bit grille thing offensive...and bloody ugly.

    The best of the range...the RS4 for sure...but it could be prettier.


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    Quote Originally Posted by benw123
    i wish i could afford it and had enough space in my garage for a A8 it one of those cars that looks good all round ,the A6 isnt that bad either.

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    For me, the high water mark of Audi styling is the B5 A4. The most perfect three-box saloon ever.
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    I like the new TT, it's so much nicer than the old one!
    I also liked the A2
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    Quote Originally Posted by filipharvey
    Is the RS4 out yet then and if so how do i cast my vote above ?

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    I loved the A2.

    I think you have to have had one for a few hours to like them. I think they have a charm about them.

    Just lots of little clever touches. I never gave them a second look until I had one for a couple of days. Now whenever I see them I think thats cool.
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    what about the new A5? especially if it looks anything like the digital images that have been released....




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