1972 Audi 80

1972 Audi 80

The follow-up to the 1965 60/72/80/Super 90 F103 range that re-established Audi post-war, the 1972 Audi 80 – codenamed B1 – was an early example of the premium compact saloon whose direct descendent today is the Audi A4. Its creation was led by Ludwig Kraus, the man behind the 1968 Audi 100, and it shared a similar mechanical layout with the engine mounted ahead of a transaxle that drove the front wheels. The Audi 80 was available as a two-door or a four-door and, in a very limited number of markets, including the UK, as an estate.

1972 Audi 80

 

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