INGOLSTADT – Nobody does interiors like Audi AG, right? In terms of material quality, tasteful design, tight shut lines – the overall harmony of an interior’s ambience – few rivals match Audi. Its perceived quality now is one of the auto industry’s conventional wisdoms. Audi cut corners on new A6 interior. But even Ingolstadt isn’t immune to cost pressures. All car makers dissect the competition, to the point of stripping down key new models, component by component, to fully ...

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