Audi AG will invest DM105 million (US$63.7 million) to build its allroad quattro at its Neckarsulm, Germany, plant starting in February 2000. “This decision helps safeguard jobs in the long term at the Neckarsulm plant,” says Andreas Schleef, Audi board member responsible for personnel affairs. First seen at last year's Detroit auto show, the allroad will use the body of the A6 fitted with a three-stage, height adjustable air suspension, reduction gear transmission, reinforced front and ...

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