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I couldn't find a similar post and thought you guys would want to know about this:

"Audi will present a spectacular lineup of premieres at the AMI Leipzig, along with its current model range. The product improvement of the Audi TT Roadster and Audi TT Coupé will be shown to the public for the first time during the exhibition. Other highlights include the German premiere of the new Audi A1, the Audi A8 and the Audi RS 5 Coupé, the Audi e-tron show car and the car that won the 2009 DTM (German Touring Car Masters)."

Source: Audi AG

About 10 more days until the car show in Leipzig. What do you think the changes will be?
 

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Hudy said:
I couldn't find a similar post and thought you guys would want to know about this:

"Audi will present a spectacular lineup of premieres at the AMI Leipzig, along with its current model range. The product improvement of the Audi TT Roadster and Audi TT Coupé will be shown to the public for the first time during the exhibition. Other highlights include the German premiere of the new Audi A1, the Audi A8 and the Audi RS 5 Coupé, the Audi e-tron show car and the car that won the 2009 DTM (German Touring Car Masters)."

Source: Audi AG

About 10 more days until the car show in Leipzig. What do you think the changes will be?
If you wander over to the MkII forum the info is in there
 

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wallsendmag said:
Hudy said:
I couldn't find a similar post and thought you guys would want to know about this:

"Audi will present a spectacular lineup of premieres at the AMI Leipzig, along with its current model range. The product improvement of the Audi TT Roadster and Audi TT Coupé will be shown to the public for the first time during the exhibition. Other highlights include the German premiere of the new Audi A1, the Audi A8 and the Audi RS 5 Coupé, the Audi e-tron show car and the car that won the 2009 DTM (German Touring Car Masters)."

Source: Audi AG

About 10 more days until the car show in Leipzig. What do you think the changes will be?
If you wander over to the MkII forum the info is in there
I can't go over to the 'The Dark Side' my Lord :eek:
Had a 'friend' go there once and I've never seen him again [smiley=bigcry.gif] :wink:
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It will probably be fairly minor stuff. Talk is that the current s-line bumpers will become standard and a new s-line kit will be released.

There will probably be a few option changes and maybe a few price cuts.

If you look back to the Mk1 TT facelift in 2002, it was just minor things like a new front grill and RS4 alloys, but obviously on the Mk2 there are a lot more options already.

They also price-dropped the Mk1 towards the end of the production line - around 2005-06
 

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RichDean said:
It will probably be fairly minor stuff. Talk is that the current s-line bumpers will become standard and a new s-line kit will be released.

There will probably be a few option changes and maybe a few price cuts.

If you look back to the Mk1 TT facelift in 2002, it was just minor things like a new front grill and RS4 alloys, but obviously on the Mk2 there are a lot more options already.

They also price-dropped the Mk1 towards the end of the production line - around 2005-06
Price dropped around 2003 at the latest
 

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wallsendmag on Today, 13:56

RichDean wrote:
It will probably be fairly minor stuff. Talk is that the current s-line bumpers will become standard and a new s-line kit will be released.

There will probably be a few option changes and maybe a few price cuts.

If you look back to the Mk1 TT facelift in 2002, it was just minor things like a new front grill and RS4 alloys, but obviously on the Mk2 there are a lot more options already.

They also price-dropped the Mk1 towards the end of the production line - around 2005-06

Price dropped around 2003 at the latest
Yeah you're right, they brought out the 150bhp front-wheel drive roadster in 2003, but then the coupe version in 2004 for around £20k for the 5-speed box.

Wouldn't mind seeing a Mk2 for that cheap! I'd be straight down the dealer
 

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GEM said:
wallsendmag said:
Hudy said:
I couldn't find a similar post and thought you guys would want to know about this:

"Audi will present a spectacular lineup of premieres at the AMI Leipzig, along with its current model range. The product improvement of the Audi TT Roadster and Audi TT Coupé will be shown to the public for the first time during the exhibition. Other highlights include the German premiere of the new Audi A1, the Audi A8 and the Audi RS 5 Coupé, the Audi e-tron show car and the car that won the 2009 DTM (German Touring Car Masters)."

Source: Audi AG

About 10 more days until the car show in Leipzig. What do you think the changes will be?
If you wander over to the MkII forum the info is in there
I can't go over to the 'The Dark Side' my Lord :eek:
Had a 'friend' go there once and I've never seen him again [smiley=bigcry.gif] :wink:
John.
Tie a piece of string to this forum and you can always find your way back :D
 
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