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Audi A5, S5 Cabriolet

With the forthcoming launch in Europe Q2'09 cars, Audi flooded the media for your new page with photos of the Audi A5 Cabrio renowned and S5. The press release online retailers euro market is after the jump. In the pond, the A5 route consists of a 160-hp 1 / 8 TSI, two versions of the 2.0 TFSI (180 hp and 211), 265 hp, 3 / 2 FSI V6 with 240 hp, 3.0 TDI of violence and a 190 -- hp 2 / 7 TDI. The S5 is the new 3.0 V6 engine of 333 hp. Buttons convertible bonds with a guide to heating and leather, in particular, to help the women in your GAMS was hot. Del'09 models in the U.S. in the fall with less choice of engines. Bodywork also tempting, but.


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