2007 LA Auto Show: Audi Reveals Dazzling Cross Cabriolet Quattro - COMPLETE VIDEO

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LOS ANGELES - November 19, 2009: Audi opens up a new car segment with this the Cross Cabriolet Quattro Concept. It is a 2-door, 4-seater that combines the typical Audi dynamics of a soft top convertible with the all-round quality of a full-fledged SUV.

Also making its North American debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show is Audi's all-new A4. Featuring new, sporty proportions, improved weight distribution and re-designed all-aluminum suspension, it adds up to dynamic road behavior and effortlessly precise handling. The new Audi A4 is introduced with a 265 horsepower V-6 engine that reduces fuel consumption by 13% over the previous model and can be mated to a choice of manual or tiptronic manual/automatic transmission. Audi’s quattro all-wheel drive is also part of the package.

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