Thank you to Benoit
Seeing this reminds me of why I like the Audi A5/A7 so much. A fine shape to pay tribute to. Maybe the new FCA/PSA could blend this styling with that of the 1st or 2nd gen 2 door Charger, to bring back the Charger as a 2 door coupe like the original.
….1969 – 1976 Audi 100 Coupé S.
Very fine FIAT Dino Bertone.
I recognize those taillights
I thought this was a Jensen Interceptor at first glance, but then I saw the front and was like OHHHHHH
My eyes and my memory aren’t doing so well. My vision is way too bad compared to my age.
I had the same first impression at first glance. I see the hood is ajar, and it is parked close to what appears to be a repair garage…
Dave, it also gives me “Jensen Interceptor” – especially from the front three-quarter view.
What a great-looking, little coupe.
Not for me. More late 60s Japanese/Mazda/decent Datsun influences (or influencer?) surely?
But, still, pleaseeeeeeee open the bonnet, we need a picture!
Just have to say how much I’m enjoying this Cohort Pic of the Day feature.
Plus one from Old Chris.
Keep checking back! And thanks for the feedback, good to know.
What a beautiful car this is. Such purity of line and grace.
I don’t think we’ll ever see shapes like this on the roads again.
To me, this car is like a young Olivia Newton John in a sundress
and most new cars are like, well, metaphors fail me.
They are just icky.
Full of ick.
Olivia Newton John in a sundress? Yess ! There’s a great photo of a girl in a yellow dress leaning on a yellow Audi 100S Coupe in front of a field of blooming canola, from an original Audi brochure.
Perfection on four wheels. The 100S Coupe is great too.
Audi looks OK, in isolation, but against this……
Why does it have those ugly black vents each side of the back window ? Haven’t seen those on a Fiat Dino before.
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