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on January 31st, 2020

2020 marks 40 years since Audi introduced the world to the magic of their Quattro 4-wheel drive system. A system that was previously imagined only for heavy-duty machinery, brought first to market in 1980 with the Audi Coupé.

To celebrate, Audi will be bringing their iconic rally cars to more than 20 events around Europe. This here possibly the only chance once would get of seeing iconic all-wheel-drive Audi cars being push to the limit once again.

Here’s a list of places where you could catch up with Audi Quattro road cars and also some specials like the Audi Quattro S1 Rallye.

  • Bremen Classic Motorshow (January 31 to February 2)
  • GP Ice Race (February 1 and 2)
  • Techno Classica in Essen (March 25 to 29)
  • Goodwood Festival of Speed in England (July 9 to 12)
  • Eifel Rallye Festival in Daun (July 23 to 25)
  • Classic Days at Schloss Dyck in Jüchen (July 31 to August 2)
  • Donau Classic (June 18 to 20) in Ingolstadt
  • Heidelberg Historic (July 9 to 11) near Neckarsulm
  • Sachsen Classic show at the company’s historic Zwickau location (August 13 to 15).
  • Rossfeld hillclimb in Berchtesgaden (September 25 to 27)
  • Audi RegioSprint in Ingolstadt (April 25)
  • Copenhagen Historic Grand Prix (August 1 and 2)
  • Historic motorcycles and an Auto Union Typ C can be seen and heard at Sachenring Classic in Hohenstein-Ernstthal (May 8 to 10)
  • The season will be rounded out by the model car fairs in the Audi Forum Neckarsulm (November 8) and Ingolstadt (November 29).
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