Audi





Origin: DE Germany

Made for US USA

Founder ?

Years of Activity ?

Headquarters ?

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  • Discontinued Production

    2016-2020 Audi A4
    2016-2019 Audi Q7
    2016-2019 Audi R8
    2015-2019 Audi TT
    2015-2018 Audi Q3
    2011-2018 Audi A6
    2011-2018 Audi A7
    2010-2018 Audi A8
    2008-2017 Audi A4 / Allroad
    2008-2017 Audi Q5
    2014-2016 Audi A3
    2007-2016 Audi A5
    2007-2016 Audi R8
    2006-2016 Audi Q7
    2007-2014 Audi TT
    2005-2012 Audi A3
    2004-2011 Audi A6
    2003-2010 Audi A8
    2005-2009 Audi A4
    1999-2006 Audi TT
    2001-2005 Audi A4
    1997-2005 Audi A6 / Allroad
    1996-2003 Audi A8
    1995-2001 Audi A4
    1992-1998 Audi 90 / Cabriolet
    1991-1997 Audi 100 / A6
    1989-1994 Audi V8
    1987-1992 Audi 80 / 90 / Coup
    1983-1991 Audi 5000 / 100
    1980-1987 Audi Coup / Quattro
    1979-1987 Audi 4000
    1977-1983 Audi 5000
    1973-1979 Audi Fox
    1969-1977 Audi 100

    Comments

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    NL Desscythe17

    2021-03-20 13:30
    I've phased out all of the American market Audis, even though there are of course newer models. Maybe if we have a better system in the future for listing different markets, I will add to this again.


    NL Desscythe17

    2020-04-26 15:20
    Rinspeed wrote

    ah ok difficult to say how doing that i have to search for that. But for others country like Spain, if no one do spain engines, how the page look?

    Well it depends on the car of course, but I think most European countries would have the same engines? I don't usually do Europe, so I don't know how often you encounter engines that are only available in specific countries.
    It's a bit complicated, because engines would need to have settings for which country they were available in. But I would say by default, all engines are available for the countries in which the car is available, and then we can work from there.

    -- Last edit: 2020-04-26 15:23:13


    FR Rinspeed

    2020-04-26 14:38
    Desscythe17 wrote

    No I mean the actual car pages, not the brand pages. I think the brand pages are good like how you divided them (Europe, USA, Japan, Asia, etc).

    ah ok difficult to say how doing that i have to search for that. But for others country like Spain, if no one do spain engines, how the page look?


    NL Desscythe17

    2020-04-26 14:33
    Rinspeed wrote

    oh good idea for the last thing you say. You select the country where you live? It's that? And after that the site list alls car sold in your country and the others cars are in another section like "Cars not imported". But we have for that to complete more the countries where the cars are sold...

    No I mean the actual car pages, not the brand pages. I think the brand pages are good like how you divided them (Europe, USA, Japan, Asia, etc).


    FR Rinspeed

    2020-04-26 14:27
    Desscythe17 wrote

    That sounds good! I would be in favor of select a country.

    I was also wondering if it would be a good idea to change the car is sold in country section. Instead of having green and red dots, have only green dots show up, or just the flags of the counties where it was sold. I think knowing a car was *not* sold in country x is not very interesting. Maybe also have the option to select a country ourselves, so for example, a Renault Clio wasnt sold in the USA, so the US flag doesnt show up on the Clio page at all. But then you select it was sold in Portugal, and a Portuguese flag shows up.

    Another idea I just want to throw out there, maybe we can use the countries (flags) to change how the pages look. So if you select the French flag, the car's page will show the name(s), engines, etc that were available in France (and European pictures). Basically have all the relevant info on the page for the country you are looking at. If you select the US flag, the car's page will show the name(s), engines, etc that were available in the USA (with American pictures).

    I know WCS has limitations, and I don't know how much is possible, but perhaps we can use parts of any of these ideas.

    oh good idea for the last thing you say. You select the country where you live? It's that? And after that the site list alls car sold in your country and the others cars are in another section like "Cars not imported". But we have for that to complete more the countries where the cars are sold...


    NL Desscythe17

    2020-04-26 13:58
    Rinspeed wrote
    i think 2 pages are ok. I think i will also search a new presentation for make in the future (when i will do WCS V3) with perhaps a make an diferents sections like that:
    Toyota
    Select a country
    > Japan
    > Europe
    > USA
    > China
    ...
    and it will done the models sold in the country instead of having a lot of differents makes just with the differents countries

    That sounds good! I would be in favor of select a country.

    I was also wondering if it would be a good idea to change the car is sold in country section. Instead of having green and red dots, have only green dots show up, or just the flags of the counties where it was sold. I think knowing a car was *not* sold in country x is not very interesting. Maybe also have the option to select a country ourselves, so for example, a Renault Clio wasnt sold in the USA, so the US flag doesnt show up on the Clio page at all. But then you select it was sold in Portugal, and a Portuguese flag shows up.

    Another idea I just want to throw out there, maybe we can use the countries (flags) to change how the pages look. So if you select the French flag, the car's page will show the name(s), engines, etc that were available in France (and European pictures). Basically have all the relevant info on the page for the country you are looking at. If you select the US flag, the car's page will show the name(s), engines, etc that were available in the USA (with American pictures).

    I know WCS has limitations, and I don't know how much is possible, but perhaps we can use parts of any of these ideas.

    -- Last edit: 2020-04-26 14:04:36


    FR Rinspeed

    2020-04-26 13:40
    i think 2 pages are ok. I think i will also search a new presentation for make in the future (when i will do WCS V3) with perhaps a make an diferents sections like that:
    Toyota
    Select a country
    > Japan
    > Europe
    > USA
    > China
    ...
    and it will done the models sold in the country instead of having a lot of differents makes just with the differents countries


    CZ JFK

    2020-04-26 13:25
    Personally I would merge the two pages together, as long as the international and USA-unique models are linked together via predecessor/sucessor.
    PT Ford78

    2020-04-26 12:43
    Desscythe17 wrote
    Does anyone have suggestions on what to do with this page?

    I thought it was important for Audi USA to have its own page, mainly because of the models from the 70s and 80s that look very different from their European counterparts. If we are looking at the more modern models however, 2000+ and especially 2010+, they all look extremely similar to the European models, to the point where I think it's difficult to justify a separate page for the American market model (I also don't think the engine options are very different).

    I am thinking about maybe deleting some of the newer models, merging them with the European models, or leaving them as they are. What do you guys think? Should I keep adding new American market Audis to this page?

    I think that you should continue adding new American market Audis to the Page, as their headlights and front lights are different compared to the European Models...


    NL Desscythe17

    2020-04-26 12:24
    Does anyone have suggestions on what to do with this page?

    I thought it was important for Audi USA to have its own page, mainly because of the models from the 70s and 80s that look very different from their European counterparts. If we are looking at the more modern models however, 2000+ and especially 2010+, they all look extremely similar to the European models, to the point where I think it's difficult to justify a separate page for the American market model (I also don't think the engine options are very different).

    I am thinking about maybe deleting some of the newer models, merging them with the European models, or leaving them as they are. What do you guys think? Should I keep adding new American market Audis to this page?

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