• May 1, 2006

The Car Connection's Paul Eisenstein recently sat down with Audi of America boss Johan de Nysschen, and it seems lots of exciting stuff is going on at the automaker-- a sports car between the Audi TT and the R8, for one; along with one or two more SUVs, diesels, and maybe even better pricing in the future.

de Nysschen also gets into some interesting industry stuff, like how Audi managed to get away from incentives, as well remarking thank Audi has desire to enter into a popularity contest with BMW, Lexus and Mercedes. Definitely worth a read.

[Source: The Car Connection]



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      In the countdown of returning from overseas to continental U.S., I am in the market of German vehicle, preferably this A4 as top of my list. However, pricing and the options required, available and non-available is becoming to be mind boggling. I hear that there are guidelines to ordering vehicle by which option is required on the vehicle. I still can't understand that and probably that is the reason why I also have Subaru Legacy GT Wagon on the list too. This will be my first German vehicle and would like it to be the pleasant one. (perspective Seattle Area resident)