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Audi quattro

The Audi quattro was developed as a low-volume homologation special for Group 4 rallying. It was a fiendishly clever car that came about through a change in regulations that meant all-wheel drive cars could compete from the beginning of 1979. It was intended for the Dakar rally - to allow full-sized off-roaders to compete - no one could have predicted that a full-blown rally car could have four-wheel drive. The Audi quattro made use of the compact...

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