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Audi cleans up iconic Quattro four-wheel drive

Smarter four-wheel drive system

28th February, 2016
The Audi A4 Quattro featuring the new Quattro ultra four-wheel drive system

Saying you’re an engineer in Germany will illicit a different response than anywhere else in the world.

Here in Ireland they might be highly regarded, if sometimes labelled as slightly misunderstood, introverted and detail-orientated obsessives. In Germany, engineers are seen as the drivers of the economy, powerhouses to be respected, and paid accordingly.

Looking at the fiendishly complex cutaway of Audi’s new Quattro ultra four-wheel drive system, it’s not difficult to understand why....

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