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    2021-03-01 22:24:00 +00:00
    a4 quattro
    bonners ferry
    1.8t engine code atw automatic transmission 5th digit vinC
    2021-02-26 00:06:02 +00:00
    Engine whole
    2021-02-24 14:51:09 +00:00
    Whole engine
    2021-02-04 13:55:28 +00:00
    2021-02-02 15:39:08 +00:00
    Timing kit complete with gears
    2020-08-30 18:31:51 +00:00
    >120k miles
    2020-05-08 06:33:09 +00:00
    2020-03-26 22:47:48 +00:00
    West Chester Towns
    Full engine

    About Audi

    Audi is a German automobile manufacturer that combines sophisticated design and modern technology. Its headquarters is located in the city of Ingoldstadt. In 1909, the story of this automotive giant begins when August Horch set up a car manufacturing company. In 1910, the first Audi-A car was launched. In 1965, Volkswagen bought out a controlling stake in Audi. One of the large-scale developments of the company’s specialists was the branded four-wheel drive, which in 1982 was equipped with Audi 80 quattro. The 90s for the company were filled with technological innovations. For the production car A8 they made an aluminum case, for A6 they created a variator with a metal belt. Today, Audi produces a whole gamut of cars of various classes.

    Audi technology

    In 1926, the company Horchwerke AG introduced an inline four-cylinder model. It was modified several times in the following years but was not replaced by a V6 until 1933. Shortly thereafter, in 1931, the DKW Front were introduced. The DKW brand is responsible for popularizing front-wheel drive cars in the automotive industry .

    In 1938 Auto Union AG begins to perform crash tests and overturn its models, becoming one of the first automotive companies to carry out this type of tests on its vehicles.

    Years go by and in the 1950s the rival company NSU Motorenwerke AG and one of its engineers, Felix Wankel , developed the rotary piston engine, a propeller that had as a great advantage its greater lightness as it was made up of fewer elements. Audi was a pioneer in completely galvanizing the bodies of its cars to prevent corrosion .

    Each of the brands that formed Auto Union – Horch, Audi, Wanderer and DKW – contributed their small grain of sand in the technological field. However, in terms of technological milestones in the history of Audi, we must mention three for their impact in the current moment of the industry: location of the left-hand drive wheel , the quattro drive and the TDI engine.

    In 1921, with the Audi K model, the first car appeared with the left-hand drive (until then, the vehicles had the right-hand drive, as a legacy of the previous horse carriages in which the driver sat at the right).

    Before the introduction of the Audi 80 and Audi 50 in 1972 and 1974, respectively, Audi had led the development of the EA111 and EA827 families of in-line four-cylinder engines. These new engine units underpinned the renaissance of Volkswagen’s parent water-cooled engines (in the Polo , Golf , Passat and Scirocco ), while the many derivatives and descendants of these two basic engine designs have appeared in every generation. of VW Group vehicles to this day.

    The quattro drive was embodied in an apparently simple principle: the force of the engine had to be transmitted to all four wheels. Audi engineers research and work on quattro all-wheel drive and finally, at the 1980 Geneva Motor Show, the Audi quattro sportcoupé was born .

    At first, this technology is applied in the world of competition, and successes (in rallies, especially) are not long in coming. Audi takes advantage of the virtues of its system and begins to offer quattro versions for street vehicles, in such a way that in 1987 all models had at least one version with all-wheel drive. The Audi quattro wins the World Rally Championship from 1982 to 1984.

    Audi 100 is the first to launch a TDI- denominated engine in 1989. At the 1989 Frankfurt Motor Show, the Audi 100 TDI is presented. That model had a 2.5-liter engine with 120 HP of power. Two years later, in 1991, a new engine is developed for the Audi 80 and Audi 100 models . Said engine was a 1.9 TDI, four-cylinder and 90 HP. While Audi was the biggest promoter of the direct injection turbo-diesel era, the application of these improvements to automotive diesel engines began in 1986, when the TDiD-denominated Fiat Croma became the world’s first turbo diesel-powered automobile. direct injection.

    The Audi R8 uses “Space Frame” technology.

    In the design of its models, Audi is independent from Volkswagen and also coordinates the model strategy of Seat, Bentley and Lamborghini.