TURIN — Audi looks set to throw out conventional styling distinctions by launching a radical new coupe in 2002, one of four body designs approved for the new A4 range. First off the blocks in November is the all-new sedan model, codenamed B6. That's followed in fall 2001 by the Avant station wagon and early in 2002, the first truly new A4 Cabriolet since 1991. But the big news is the introduction of the sleek A4 coupe. Instead of teaming coupe and Cabriolet as twin design and ...
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