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AUDI DRIVER - May 2018

  • News:    Volkswagen Group reorganisation.

  • News:  New A8 wins World Luxury Car award.

  • New model:  New RS5 Sportback makes its debut.

  • New model:     New A6 Avant previewed.

  • Road Test:  S3 Sportback 2.0 TFSI (310 PS) quattro.

  • Motorsport:  Formula E in Rome.

  • Concept Car:    E-tron Vision Gran Turismo.

  • Motorsport:  WRX rallycross at Barcelona.

  • Motorsport:    AmD Tuning BTCC success at Brands.

  • Motorsport:  J-K Vernay wins in WTCR at Marrakesh.

  • Audi driver: Gordon Shedden profile.

  • Workshop:  Q5 3.0 V6 TDI routine servicing.

  • Workshop:  Ur quattro front strut overhaul.

  • Car Care:  Detailing the B7 RS4.

  • Products and Services  Cataclean / RAC MoT survey, DBA discs, ITG filters, Forge Motorsport oil catch tank for B9 S4, Power Maxed Quick Detailer, Laser Tools dead-blow hammer, GAZ Gold coilover kit for TT quattro, Laser Tools open-ended spanners.

  • Global view  Synthetic fuels and Audi’s Traffic Light Information service.

  • Oblique view   BMW 220d xDrive M Sport Coupé auto vs TT Coupé TT 2.0 TDI.

  • PLUS:Subscription offer, specialist trade directory and pages of classified ads for cars and parts for sale. Don’t miss it!

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