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.
The Audi 100 GL 5E of model year 1979 shown here is in Copper metallic paint. Chief Engineer Ferdinand Piëch regarded the Audi 100 C2 as a "Mercedes Equal".
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