Produced from 1976, the second generation Audi 100 was a perfect example of the angular design school of this period. The new model was available as a 2-door or 4-door saloon, and from 1977 also as a 5-door hatchback with the designation Avant.
According to the advertisements, the Audi 100 CD was the "most exclusive way of driving an Audi 100". The top-of-the-range model had a metallic paint finish, central locking, electric windows, rear head restraints, power steering, stereo radio, headlight cleaning system and alloy wheels, all as standard.
Engine: 4- and 5-cylinder inline petrol or diesel engine
Displacement: 1,588 cc to 2,144 cc
Power: from 70 hp at 4,800 rpm to 136 hp at 5,700 rpm
Production: 687,590 saloon models, 49,588 Avant models