[BiturboS4] OT for BT - new S4 and S4 Avant announced
pjpace at yahoo.com
Thu Dec 19 20:55:30 EST 2002
Guess we won't let anyone who gets the new S participate on our BITURBO group,
Seriously though - I really love the turbo and really like Audis. What are the
chances that this new car will be anything nearly as mod-able as the current
one? I've heard rumour about the RS4 making it over hear, but that would be a
biturbo based off the new 3.0 (not the 4.2 that the next S4 will sport). Should
I sink money into an RS4 based on what I have now (i.e. stage3), wait for the
new S4 and mod that puppy, or wait for the RS4? Discuss.
P.S. To get an idea of what the 3.0 will be like vs. the 2.7, I've pulled these
numbers from the U.K. site where not only do they offer the NA 2.7, but I can
understand what they're writing.
3.0 0-62 in 6.9;3318 lbs.; 220hp; 221 ft/lbs.
2.7... I give up looking. Am I an idiot? I swear I saw tons of these over there
(2.7 without turbos).
P.P.S. If the only option is a automatic (i.e. SMG and the RS6 paddles IMHO),
then discuss nothing; I won't buy it (and that's why I won't consider an MB).
--- dano <dano at well.com> wrote:
> I'm having an ongoing email discussion with a nice lady at Audi PR
> regarding this model *still* not being on the AudiUSA website. Real
> Soon Now(R).
> And only 2.5 weeks until LA Intl Auto Show, where it's likely to be
> At 7:10 AM -0800 on 12/18/02, dano wrote:
> >I just received email from Audi announcing the new S4 and Avant (see
> >below) - but the web links are dead and navigating around in the site
> >shows nothing. Argh!
> >I'm not usually one for immediate gratification and xmas anticipation
> >holds nothing for me either, but I've been waiting for this car
> >and...ARGH!! ;-)
> >Anybody have a live link for it, either US or Europe?
> >The 2004 Audi S4 Sedan and Avant
> >Audi proudly introduces a tandem of new S4s. S, of course, stands for
> >Sport--and emphatically so. Equipped with a newly designed 4.2-liter,
> >V8 engine pumping out 340 horsepower, the six-speed manual or
> >six-speed Tiptronic(R) automatic S4 delivers without hesitation.
> >Factor in road-gripping quattro(R) all-wheel drive, standard xenon
> >headlights, and 18" Avus wheels, and the new S4 offers a superior
> >ride in all conditions. Available in North America in Summer, 2003.
> >Register to learn more about the 2004 S4 in My Audi
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