It's "debadged" to boot. (I'm talking about debadging the front here. I was already aware that people debadge the back in a kind of 'keep em guessing' tactic as to the engine size of the car. BMW drivers take note: the tiny exhaust gives away the fact you only have a 316) Debadging seems to be a phenomenon that happened while I was out of the country (I spent a year travelling). WHAT the **** is that all about? To me and I suspect anyone else who doesnt read Max Power and/or anyone who is over 16, it simply looks like someone has nicked the badge off the front of your car, or, the badge has been lost accidently/knocked off in a minor car accident. I think 99.9% of the population wouldn't even consider that it had been done on purpose, to try and improve the look of the car? The only possible reason I can imagine for doing it is too try and disguise the make of car. You do see a lot of teeneagers driving around in Astra's/nova/escorts with laughable plasticy body addons who've "debadged" their car. Unfortatly it makes the car look even sh1tter, like they've spent all their time and pocket money modding up their car then some heartless bartsard has come and nicked the badge of the front. Again, I bet 99.9% of the general public (everyone who isnt a chav) thinks 'ahh bless him, having to drive around in that' and feel sorry for them. "Debadging"? can someone please explain the reason behind this? And doing it to an Audi?! I can't even put my feelings into words for that one! Phew! rant over. I need to have a lie down.