• Oct 25, 2005

If you are a fan of the Audi Shooting Brake Concept, you've gotta check out its new microsite — an up-close look at the stunning concept featuring some innovative flash navigation (albeit a bit confusing at times). And of course, they've got a bunch of wallpapers and a screensaver ready for download. Enjoy.



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      • 9 Years Ago
      UH2L, toneroo: Maybe you should double check before reponding. "Shooting break" was the original, and still more correct term. See: http://www.pestalozzi.net/sb/about_term_2.htm
      • 9 Years Ago
      if only it was a sedan..
      • 9 Years Ago
      You can really see the DNA for the new TT in there, especially in the profile views. Leave the front end, chop the top off for the roadster, and envision a fastback for the coupe. Looks good.
      • 9 Years Ago
      From the "power" section of the flash site: "... has a transversally installed four-cylinder V6 engine with displacement of 3.2 liters." Looks like the marketing guys are at it again (makes me sad to say I'm a marketing guy).
      • 9 Years Ago
      I hope it's easier to navigate the Shooting Break (orginial and more correct spelling, as in "taking a break while hunting/shooting") than it is their Flash. Still haven't been able to see the interior.
      • 9 Years Ago
      You might want to check your editing. It's Shooting Brake not Shooting Break, (that sounds violent).
      • 9 Years Ago
      There have been a lot of comments over the last few months about how this site has gone downhill. Quantity vs quality, poor research and all that. I've been staying quiet because I figured you are all new and just getting your feet wet. But come on; Shooting Break? Please, could you all just take 5 minutes before you post a story to make sure that you have the facts straight and the spelling correct? I think most of the readers here would agree with me when I say we'd like to have fewer but real stories with some quality information than a whole bunch of garbage just for the sake of having 30 posts in a day.
      • 9 Years Ago
      this design looks nice -what i could see of it- but the website is a pain in the ass to navigate.
      • 9 Years Ago
      Not too crazy about the Hannibal Lector grille.