This stuff'll keep engineer kids up all night. The third of Auto Union's Grand Prix racecars, the 1936 Typ(e) C sparred with Benzes and Alfas, and made Bernt Rosermeyer world champion. Now see it in wireframe glory.
The LeMans-dominating Audi R10 is an incomparable engineering spectacle. Honed from the finest materials and tested by banks of supercomputers before the first part was even crafted, the LeMans Prototype car is only now being challenged three years after its birth by an improved Porsche RS Spyder. The irony here is…
The original Auto Union Type C was a V16-powered Grand Prix car with 520 HP. This new Audi-built Auto Union Type C replica announced today will be powered by two feet and may get you the power of about half of a horse depending on how fast your little legs can move. The 1:2 replica of the Auto Union Silver Arrow pedal…
Audi feted its new Park Avenue forum this morning, showing off the R8 for the first time on US soil, as it paraded alongside the R10 TDI LeMans diesel racer. As a nod to heritage, Audi also rolled out the granddaddy of them all, the
1938 Auto Union Type
D "Silver Arrow," whose roaring
V12 penetrated the…