Audi will be displaying seven cars at this year’s Techno Classica, the world’s largest classic car show held in Essen, Germany. The shining star of the group – a 1935 Audi 225 Front Roadster (seen above) which was just restored and is on loan from the Audi museum in Ingolstadt.
Other cars on display will include the 1919 Audi Type C “Alpine Champion,” a 2006 Audi R10 TDI (which won the Le Mans 24-hour race in 2008,) a 1965 Audi 72, a third-generation Audi 100, the Audi quattro Spyder Concept (seen below,) and an Audi Sport quattro S1 “Pikes Peak.”
Each of these seven cars were chosen because they represent a historic milestone in Audi history, and in total cover nine decades.
The Techno Classica classic car show will take place from April 1st to April 5th in Essen, Germany. More information can be found on their website.