Audi 1970

Super 90
100 Coupé S
- new model


2-door: £1,558 (incl. P.T.)
4-door: £1,595 (incl. P.T.)
From the powerful VW-Auto Union group, the well-proportioned Audi 100 LS offers luxury, traditional German finish and a 100 m.p.h.-plus performance. The 1760 c.c. four-cylinder engine drives the front wheels through a four-speed all-synchromesh gearbox with central lever, and develops a useful 100 (net) horsepower. The 100 LS is very competitively-priced in spite of import duty, and it has a thoroughbred look. The light-alloy cylinder-head is designed to provide a rotary 'swirl' to the incoming mixture, promoting extra power and miserly fuel consumption.
Price to be announced
Auto-Union introduced this good-looker at the 1969 Frankfurt Show but it did not appear at Earls Court that year due to shortage of supplies. The fastback two-door bodywork has a hint of the 'Mustang' in its styling, and the comfort within is quite exceptional. The wheelbase of the Coupé is 42 inches shorter than the 100 LS saloon, and the engine has been increased in capacity from 1760 c.c. to 1871 c.c. by enlarging the cylinder bore dimensions. With two twin-choke carburettors power is up to 115 (DIN) horsepower at 5500 r.p.m., and the front wheel drive Coupé is capable of 115 m.p.h.

London report


60, 75 and Super 90

60 / 60 Variant (R4 cyl, 1496 cm³, 55 PS)
75 / 75 Variant (R4 cyl, 1696 cm³, 75 PS)
Super 90 (R4 cyl, 1770 cm³, 90 PS)

Audi 75 Variant



100 (R4 cyl, 1760 cm³, 80 PS)
100 S (R4 cyl, 1760 cm³, 90 PS)
100 LS (R4 cyl, 1760 cm³, 100 PS)
  Limousine 2-dr, Limousine 4-dr
100 Coupé S (R4 cyl, 1871 cm³, 115 PS) - new model

Coupé S

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