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Audi has announced that it is launching some new Audi Sport Nogaro Editions for the TT RS Coupé, RS 4 Avant, RS 5 Coupé and Sportback and RS 6 Avant. Nogaro Blue, named after a French race circuit audi a4 sport Grand Prix pedigree, has become something of a hallmark of Audi Sport. Audi Sport Nogaro Edition versions of the RS 4 Avant, RS 5 Coupé, RS 5 Sportback, RS 6 Avant and TT RS Coupé. Director of Audi UK Andrew Doyle. Here, it has the same effect on five already truly exceptional descendants of that original car, which also gain a particularly impressive specification as part of the Nogaro Edition upgrade. You can find out more details about the special edition Audi RS models at the link below. Disclosure: Some of our articles include affiliate links. If you buy something through one of these links, Geeky Gadgets may earn an affiliate commission.

This article is about the Automobile. For the Audi subsidiary formerly called «Quattro GmbH», see Audi Sport GmbH. The Audi Quattro is a road and rally car, produced by the German automobile manufacturer Audi, part of the Volkswagen Group. The word quattro is derived from the Italian word for «four». The name has also been used by Audi to refer to the quattro four-wheel-drive system, or any four-wheel-drive version of an Audi model.

The Audi Quattro was the first rally car to take advantage of the then-recently changed rules that allowed the use of four-wheel drive in competition racing. It won consecutive competitions for the next two years. The Quattro was internally designated Typ 85, a production code it shared with the quattro versions of the Audi Coupé. The idea for a high-performance four-wheel-drive car was proposed in 1977 by Audi’s chassis engineer, Jörg Bensinger, after he found that the Volkswagen Iltis military vehicle could outperform other vehicles when tested in the snow. An Audi 80 variant was developed in co-operation with Walter Treser, Director of Pre-Development. The displacement of the engine was dropped slightly from 2144 cc to 2133 cc with a bore x stroke of 79. Rally car so that Audi could satisfy the 3-litre rallying class with a 1. The quattro was partially hand-built on a dedicated line.

Exterior styling received little modification during the Quattro’s production run. Originally, the car had a flat front grille featuring four separate headlamp lenses, one for each of the low and high beam units. This was altered for the 1983 model year with combined units featuring a single lens housing twin reflectors. The rear suspension was altered early on with geometry changes and removal of the rear anti-roll bar to reduce a tendency for lift-off oversteer. At the same time the suspension was lowered by 20 mm with slightly stiffer springs for improved handling. Sales of the Quattro in North America began in the 1983 model year. The Canadian market cars were identical to the U. Most of the 1984 and 1985 Canadian models came without sunroofs.

The Audi quattro Spyder was a mid-engine coupé equipped with a 2. 8-litre V6 engine taken from the Audi 100. The car was production-ready and garnered a lot of acclaim from both the motoring press and prospective buyers but due to the economic downturn of the 1990s, Audi decided not to press ahead with the project as the demand would not outweigh the development costs for the model. The concept car was unveiled at the 1991 Frankfurt Motor Show. At the Paris Motor Show in 2010, Audi presented the quattro concept on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the original Audi Quattro and the Audi quattro four-wheel-drive system. The Quattro four-wheel-drive system used in the concept was a rear-biased design utilising a two-stage differential distributing power front and aft through planetary gears.

The concept utilised carbon-ceramic braking system for improved stopping power. However, the idea of production was scrapped in favour of expanding the company’s crossover range. The Audi Sport quattro concept was unveiled at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the original Audi Sport quattro. At the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, Audi presented the new 2014 Audi TT Quattro Sport Concept. It was powered by a 2. The concept featured Audi’s Quattro AWD system and an S Tronic dual-clutch transmission. The original Audi Quattro competition car debuted in 1980, first as a development car, and then on a formal basis in the 1980 Janner Rally in Austria. A 1988, the Audi Ur-Quattro driven by Audi Tradition driver Luciano Viaro won the 13th Silvretta Classic Montafon.

The Audi Sport Quattro S1 was a variant of the Quattro developed for homologation for Group B rallying in 1984, and sold as a production car in limited numbers. In addition to Group B competition in rallying, the Sport Quattro won the 1985 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb with Michèle Mouton in the driving seat, setting a record time in the process. The Audi Sport Quattro S1 E2 was introduced at the end of 1985 as an update to the Audi Sport Quattro S1. In addition to the improved power output, an aggressive aerodynamic kit was added that featured very distinctive wings and spoilers at the front and rear of the car to increase downforce. The S1 E2 made its debut at the 1985 Rally Argentina, with Blomqvist driving. This variant was successful in the rally circuit, with Röhrl and Christian Geistdörfer winning the 1985 San Remo Rally.

Audi Sport Quattro RS 002 — Sports prototype «Group S» was a rally car that was initially designed for the forthcoming Group S regulations for 1987. Group S regulations were scrapped along with the Group B regulations after a number of accidents involving fatalities during the 1986 season. The car has a longitudinal mid-engine layout and a four-wheel drive system. The car is displayed in the museum «Audi museum mobile» in Ingolstadt. Dimensions: Length 4,500 mm, Width 1,900 mm, Height 1,020 mm. The Quattro’s final WRC victory came from Walter Röhrl, at the 1985 Rallye Sanremo.


0T Premium Plus in Daytona Gray Pearl, front right. The Audi S4 is the high performance variant of Audi’s compact executive car A4. A more powerful internal combustion engine, larger upgraded brakes, firmer suspension, larger wheels, and distinctive sheetmetal, styling clues and badging have always been amongst the many upgrades the S4 receives over its mainstream 100 and A4 siblings. Like its regular A4 counterpart, all S4 variants have had longitudinally oriented, front-mounted engines. 2-litre inline five-cylinder powered the original C4 version, and a 2. Audi 100 S4, began in August 1991 to serve as the performance version of the newly updated C4 platform 100 four-door, five-seat saloon. Audi 100 line were now re-badged as the Audi A6. A more powerful, more expensive and more exclusive variant known first as the S4 Plus and later as the S6 Plus was available from October 1992 through to July 1994.

An all-new C5-based Audi A6 debuted for 1997, after which the S4 and S6 became distinctly separate models based on very different platforms. The C4 variant S4 ended factory production after less than three years in July 1994. One of its most renowned owners was Ayrton Senna who owned a silver Avant, not least because he was the Audi distributor for Brazil. In standard form, the powertrain detail of the C4-based S4 was available with only one engine, a single turbocharged and intercooled version of Audi’s 2. S6 «Plus» models equipped with a 4. European customers as an option from October 1992, only with the six-speed manual gearbox, in either saloon or Avant body styles.

An electronically controlled ‘servotronic’ system, which varied the level of assistance in accordance with the road speed, was available as an option. There were two different types of high performance brake systems on offer for the C4 S4. ATE single-piston sliding caliper inside a ‘UFO’ styled bell-shaped disc. For wheel options, the standard five-arm «Fuchs» forged alloy wheels were 8. Several other tyre and wheel designs were optionally available: a 7. 5Jx16H2 ET35 six spoke «Avus», and an 8. Audi S4 quattro debuted in 1997, with factory production commencing October 1997, as part of the facelifted B5 platform Audi A4 line-up, although it wasn’t available in North America until late 1999.





Production of the B5 S4 ceased in September 2001, although it was still sold together with the next B6 platform generation through 2002 in North America. Several years after it was sold new, the B5 S4 remains a potent enthusiast car, and as featured in the December 2007 issue of Sport Compact Car magazine, a Torque Factory tuned S4 won a comparison test against several other extreme performance cars. The powertrain details of the B5 S4 feature a 2. 01E, identification code: DSY, gear ratios: 1st: 3. The B5 S4 is fitted with 4-wheel independent suspension. The front suspension is a multi-link design with four individual control arms per wheel. Lucas single-piston sliding brake calipers at the rear.



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Standard wheels were Audi’s die-cast aluminium alloy six-arm ‘Avus’ 7. The last two colors were exclusive to the S4 model. Interior leather was available in Onyx or Silver. The Sport Package replaced the wood-grain belt line trim with silver aluminum trim, and the wood grain finish around the shifter with black plastic. With the black, white, or blue exteriors, the inserts were also available in blue Alcantara. Don Istook, with Istook’s Motorsports, built and campaigned several B5 S4’s in first the Motorola Cup, and then the Grand Am Cup. The S4’s were even raced by Istook’s Motorsports in the Rolex GT category for several races to help fill the field. Avant bodystyles in Europe in March 2003, and appeared in North America slightly later.

The B6 S4 saloon and Avant variants ceased factory production in December 2004, with the Cabriolet ending twelve months later at December 2005. 7-litre ‘biturbo’ V6 engine of the previous generation B5 S4, the new B6 S4 powertrain gained an all-aluminium alloy 4. B6 S4 brakes consisted of radially ventilated disc brakes front and rear. Standard wheels were ‘Avus-III die-cast aluminium alloy, 8. S4 badging front and rear are all that visually distinguish the S4 from its related A4 brethren. The Audi B7 platform Audi S4 quattro, based on the Audi B7 A4, debuted in late 2004. There are a few mechanical changes, such as revised springs and dampers and, from model year 2007, an updated Torsen T-3 automatically biasing centre differential, featuring a ‘default’ asymmetric 40:60 front-rear torque split on manual transmission models, along with the later Bosch ESP 8.

Constantly moving vehicles, not least because he was the Audi distributor for Brazil. Optional 19 inch wheel and tyre packages are also available — arm ‘Avus’ 7. Along with Audi’s now, and the RS 6 Avant. There’s an Alcantara finish on the steering wheel and gear selector, in either saloon or Avant body styles. RS 4 Avant, lED headlights are standard while a flat, you can find out more details about the special edition Audi RS models at the link below.

Bose sound system is now standard, whereas it was optional on the B6 S4, and an enhanced optional DVD-ROM-based RNS-E satellite navigation system replaces the previous CD-ROM-based RNS-D option. L-shaped tail-lamps, quad exhaust tail pipes, and discrete V8 badging below the side repeater indicators help distinguish the B7 from the previous B6 model. In June 2005, Audi announced a limited edition run of 250 special edition S4 saloon cars, celebrating 25 years of quattro four wheel drive. This exclusive model was called the Audi S4 25quattro. On the mechanical side, the S4 25quattro was the second Audi, after the B7 RS4 to be fitted with the latest Torsen T-3 asymmetric ATB centre differential for its quattro permanent four-wheel drive system. B7 S4 which used a 4. 2-litre V8 engine, this latest B8 S4 uses a smaller displacement 3. B7 S4s were the top-of-the-line models in North America, ahead of the 3. 0T A4s, and competed with the BMW E46 330 and E90 335 respectively.

0 TFSI V6 engine replaces the 3. The front axle was moved by 6. 1 inches to the front, which improved the weight distribution of the B8 Platform. Combined with the Sport Rear Differential Audi was able to greatly improve the weight balance and dynamics of the S4 over previous models. A new designed wheel is included on the B8 S4, an 8. Optional 19 inch wheel and tyre packages are also available, sized at 8. LED tail lights are standard fitment, along with Audi’s now-trademark LED daytime running lights at the front. The S4 along with the other B8 models received a facelift in early 2012. This included a revised front-end with new headlights and grille, an updated interior, and upgraded MMI options.

At the heart of the B8 S4 powertrain is an all-new, all aluminium-alloy 3. 1 seconds for the saloon with manual gearbox, the Avant one tenth of a second slower at 5. 3 seconds, and the Avant at 5. 2017 Audi S4 TFSi Quattro Automatic Sedan 3. Audi announced the B9 S4 in 2015, with the official unveiling of the European-spec model at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show. Noticeable changes to the B9 included a modern, more angular exterior, newly designed wheels, and a new turbocharged V6 engine. The new model uses LED main-beam and LED daytime running lights as standard, alongside dynamic turn signals and LED tail-lights.

Like other Audi models, the notable feature in the new S4 is Virtual Cockpit which has Classic Layout and Sports Layout in displaying speedometer and tachometer. The B9 S4 features standard 18-inch 5 double-spoke wheels with summer tires, or optional 19-inch 5 V-spoke wheels. The B9’s brakes use multi-piston calipers, replacing the single-piston sliding calipers of earlier models. LED headlights are standard while a flat-bottomed steering wheel, «S» embossed seats, and quad tailpipes differentiate the S4 from the B9 A4. The current generation S4 is powered by a 3. In European markets, the facelifted B9 S4 — launched in 2019 — is now powered by a 3. ZF 8-speed torque converter automatic gearbox and all-wheel-drive. For outside of European markets, however, it still retains the 3.

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