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The Audi 100 is a large vehicle range from the Audi brand, built from 1968 to 1994, when it was replaced by the Audi A6. The original model was Audi’s flagship. The second-generation model was noted for its &64257;ve-cylinder engines, revolutionary in the 1970s. Audi’s C3 model broke new ground with its aerodynamic body shape, copied widely around the world, notably by the Ford Taurus.
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The Audi 100 is a large vehicle range from the Audi brand, built from 1968 to 1994, when it was replaced by the [[Audi A6]]. The original model was Audi’s flagship. The second-generation model was noted for its five-cylinder engines, revolutionary in the 1970s. Audi’s C3 model broke new ground with its aerodynamic body shape, copied widely around the world, notably by the [[Ford Taurus]].
  
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<li>[[Audi 100 (C1)]]
 
<li>[[Audi 100 (C2)]], also sold as the Audi 5000
 
<li>[[Audi 100 (C3)]], also sold as the Audi 5000
 
<li>[[Audi 100 (C4)]], renamed [[Audi A6]]
 
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*[[Audi 100 (C1)]]
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*[[Audi 100 (C2)]]
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*[[Audi 100 (C3)]]
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*[[Audi 100 (C4)]]
  
''Marque:'' [[Audi]]<br />
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''Successor:'' [[Audi A6]]
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''Marque:'' [[Audi]] | ''Predecessor:'' [[Audi 5000]] | ''Successors:'' [[Audi 5000]], [[Audi A6]]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 09:06, 13 October 2019

The Audi 100 is a large vehicle range from the Audi brand, built from 1968 to 1994, when it was replaced by the Audi A6. The original model was Audi’s flagship. The second-generation model was noted for its five-cylinder engines, revolutionary in the 1970s. Audi’s C3 model broke new ground with its aerodynamic body shape, copied widely around the world, notably by the Ford Taurus.



Marque: Audi | Predecessor: Audi 5000 | Successors: Audi 5000, Audi A6







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