• Oct 3, 2006

Some love it, others hate it, but everyone must concede that the dominant deep grill that has formed Audi's new corporate image is a distinctive styling feature. In.Pro takes the look a step further with its emblem-less mesh grill that gives the A6 an even bolder front fascia.

The look of In.Pro's aftermarket grill is thoroughly modern, but draws its inspiration from the Auto Union race cars that dominated competition in the 1930's.

Beyond imbuing your Audi with extra style, the stainless-steel grill also conducts more cool air into the engine bay than the standard one. The diamond-pattern mesh forms a strong and durable shape with a chrome frame and installs real easy-like.

We'll take ours on the front of a V10 Gallardo-powered S6, thank you very much.

[Source: WorldCarFans]



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      • 8 Years Ago
      it's just simple and beautiful. i have flamed on here about the nasty black plastic filler in the nose of the audi. no luxury marque should have so much cheap material in it's nose, and especially a nose as big as this one! the material looked worse in person, like the speaker grilles from an 80's K-Mart boombox. This probiscus majorus needed some classing up. i recommended a brushed chrome bar/license holder as a strong metal frame secure look. and chroming of the flat black plastic as a cheap move upward, though a little toothy looking with so much surface. this is great, the fine, expensively tooled mesh is over the top. anyone who knows cars recognizes this screen material look and it reeks of class. nice job, hope audi gets it together. for 2007, even VW has chromed out it's copy of the pig snout.
      • 8 Years Ago
      I seriously doubt it will keep the motor cooler. That is a function of the surface area of the radiator, not the grill.

      Also, it's looks absolutely hideous. I guess if you wanna put 26" rims on your new Audi, you better pimp the grill too.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Now it really does look like a Chrysler 300!
      • 8 Years Ago
      I take it two coats of paint will be required?
      mike fridman
      • 8 Years Ago
      i think if they painted it body color or matte black it wouldnt look that horrible!
      • 8 Years Ago
      why do people want to put the aftermarket part to their car if it's gonna make the car look ugly!!!
      • 8 Years Ago
      That grille looks awful.
      And this post sounds an awful lot like an ad.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Gotta agree with DJ It reminds me why Jag is in the Tank! They put the mesh grill on all the s type 06's imagine how the type R owners felt!
      • 8 Years Ago
      "and installs real easy-like"

      thats much gooder engrish!
      • 8 Years Ago
      Audi is grossly over-represented/commercialized here in comparison to their sales and interest in the marketplace.
      • 8 Years Ago
      In a word, NO!
      • 8 Years Ago
      Not the best, and also I doubt that Audi didn't provide the A6 with sufficient cooling.
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