I agree with you. I have a 2004 A6 2.7T S-Line and I'd have a hard time
buying a newer A6 - The old style just looks so much better. Audi should
have used evolution rather than evolution in the grill design. I admit that
there is some evolution occuring in the grill each year -- it is looking
better, looking wider rather than excessively tall like a locomotive front,
but I still like both the entire Audi line pre-cow catcher grill.
I agree. I have a 2003 A4 and would like to get another at some point,
but that grille is really ugly.
otoh...I rolled along with a red S5 this week and I have to say it was
gorgeous from all angles. I was *almost* jealous, until it dropped off to make
a fuel stop. That V8 does give one pause as the fuel prices continue to
Audi's architecture and style is quite nice, but front grill is odd
and in my view is not technically justified even. It looks heavier
than the composition of the style requires.
Definitely I prefer the old front style to the new one.
"AUDI" do you read this?
Seems to me a bit of the "All road" look. Nothing wrong with it imho ;-)
See also the Q5 custom:
See, almost the same line...
I totally agree. It looks like they slapped a stainless steel frying
pan on the front. Audi's have an elegance about them. I notice everybody
looks at a BMW when it drives by thinking "Man, that guy must be rich".
Then an AUDI drives by and they think "Man, that's a nice car."
Point is, it's not about a status symbol with Audi. It is the quaint
Bruce Banner until you step on the pedal and make it angry.. out comes
roaring the Hulk.
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