Audi 100

The Audi 100 was sold for thirty years from 1968 to 1997 in four model generations. This beautiful vehicle of the upper middle class was initially available only as a four-door sedan. 1990 joined with the Audi 100 Avant added a five-door station wagon version - an Audi 100 Coupe did not include the range of products. The Audi 100 C4 is the last model made ​​. With a newly developed Audi 100 V6 sat the Ingolstadt carmaker a stand against the competition from BMW, Mercedes-Benz and Fiat. The Audi 100 2.8 with 174 hp became a top model in the series. Introduced in 1992, 150-hp Audi 100 2.6 blended seamlessly on track. For active guests Audi fans in addition an Audi S4 model 100 was available with a 4.2-liter engine capacity and 280 hp. Even the entry-level Audi 100 2.0 with its 101 hp was well received by the wide range of customers. With the 2.4 D and the 2.5 TDI now offered for the VW Group owned Ingolstadt-based company also two diesel variants of the car to Audi 100. The production of this series came to an end in 1994, the sale until 1997. As the successor to one presented to the newly created Audi A6 series, the uncompromising continue the success story of the Audi 100th