Audi's graced our inbox this morning with a press release announcing two new models that are bound for Frankfurt, but didn't disclose any details about what particular vehicles would be gracing the automaker's podium. We already know that the new A4 will be one of them, but what of the other? We doubt that the refreshed S8 deserves inclusion into that duo, and the rumblings around the interwebs point to the new RS6, producing upwards of 600 ponies via a rumored twin-turbo V10. We'll be on hand for the festivities, so as always, watch this space.
Audi press conference with two world premieres
* Worldwide transmission by satellite of Audi press conference
* Tuesday, 11 September, 12.00 midday, Audi stand, hall 3
"See what's driving tomorrow": the 62nd International Motor Show in Frankfurt (IAA) gives an insight into the automotive world of the future. Rupert Stadler, Chairman of the Board of Management at AUDI AG, will present two models making their world debut and many more innovations besides during the Audi press conference at the IAA: Audi Press Conference, Tuesday, 11 September 2007, 12.00 midday, Audi stand, Hall 3, Frankfurt exhibition grounds.
The Audi Press Conference will be broadcast worldwide by satellite. We will send you details of the downlink well in advance.
As a further service, we will be happy to provide you with technical support for your TV reporting on Audi during the press days in Frankfurt. We can help you with organising a camera team for filming your interviews, with editing, with the voiceover and with broadcasting your report from Frankfurt. Please contact us in plenty of time - well before the event if possible.
We can also provide technical support for your radio coverage during the press days: editing facilities for your audio reports will be available to you at the Audi stand, together with a recording booth for the voiceovers.
Live radio recordings of the Audi press conference and additional TV footage will be available to download after the press conference from Audi MediaServices at www.audi-mediaservices.com. A password is required to use this service so please register at this address beforehand.
The Audi press conference will also be broadcast live on the internet at www.audi.de/tv.