Audi could become habit forming.
The company once known for stiff, harsh, unpredictable cars best suited for high-speed driving on the autobahn rather than any U.S. street, road, expressway, toll road or interstate, is making a sweeping comeback
in this country.
First it was the Audi 100CS (Cartalk, Dec. 29, 1991), then the Audi V-8 Quattro sedan (Cartalk, July 5). And now comes the 100CS again, but this time with automatic transmission rather than the smooth-shifting five-speed manual,
as well as the S4 sedan, a vehicle Audi refers to as the ``spiritual successor`` to the 200 Quattro.
For years Audi was designed and built for European roadways. The focus was on speed to keep up with... Read More