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2022 Audi S3: Australian details revealed early, local launch due late 2021
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5 days ago
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2022 Audi S3: Australian details revealed early, local launch due late 2021

The 2022 Audi S3 is due to go on sale in Australia in late 2021 with one highly-specified variant, a handful of options and a fully-featured 2.0-litre turbo-petrol engine, CarAdvice can reveal – though questions still remain over how much it will cost.
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Alex Misoyannis
Volkswagen Group rejects $11.8 billion offer for Lamborghini – report
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27th May 2021
1 min read

Volkswagen Group rejects $11.8 billion offer for Lamborghini – report

Volkswagen Group has declined an offer of AU$11.8 billion (US$9.2B) to sell the Lamborghini brand. According to British magazine Autocar, Volkswagen Group subsidiary Audi – charged with managing Lamborghini – has shown no interest in the idea. Whispers of the supercar manufacturer's sale persisted throughout late 2020, with industry insiders suggesting Volkswagen Group was preparing to offload both Lamborghini and Ducati, before the rumours were officially put to bed in December.
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Ben Zachariah
Audi A6 E-Tron Concept breaks cover ahead of Shanghai motor show
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17th Apr 2021
3 min read

Audi A6 E-Tron Concept breaks cover ahead of Shanghai motor show

You’re looking at a thinly-veiled preview of what the next-generation Audi A6 is set to look like. As part of Audi’s Shanghai motor show schedule the A6 E-Tron Concept, as it is officially known, will take the stand alongside the production versions of the Q4 E-Tron and Q4 E-Tron Sportback SUV twins. Overnight a number of international motoring sites published the first low-resolution images of the concept, ahead of its official reveal on Monday.
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Kez Casey
Dieselgate: Volkswagen seeks damages from former CEO
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28th Mar 2021
2 min read

Dieselgate: Volkswagen seeks damages from former CEO

Volkswagen Group has announced it will seek damages from its former CEO, Prof Martin Winterkorn, after a six-year investigation. Wintekorn was named alongside former Audi CEO, Prof Rupert Stadler, by Volkswagen Group's Supervisory Board as allegedly being the two individuals responsible for the 'Dieselgate' saga, which has resulted in the company paying an estimated $46.5 billion in fines, compensation, and vehicle buybacks.
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Ben Zachariah