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No matter the trim level, the A5 has a captivating interior that showcases Audi's attention to detail and comfort. #A5#audiwestisland
Même dans sa version régulière, l'A5 conserve un intérieur magnifique qui démontre le savoir-faire d'Audi dans le milieu.
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Today is #FreeForAllFriday , the day where I post anything and everything that I think might be interesting. This week's car is an extremely rare and unknown one, the 2004 Invicta S1-320 that I spotted at British Marques Day at Brooklands Museum, Weybridge, Surrey
The Invicta marque has a long history dating back to 1924 and Noel Macklin and Oliver Lyle's aim to create a car of American levels of versatility and performance, but with European quality and handling. As comes with overbuilt, high-quality automobiles, Invictas were constructed without much thought towards cost, so struggled to survive the Great Depression. This revival first began in 1980 when Mike Bristow purchased the rights to the brand and started manufacturing 'continuation' versions of the popular 4½-Litre 'Low Chassis' S-Type. He also wanted to produce an entirely modern car bearing the iconic name, and the 'S1' made its debut at the 2002 British International Motor Show. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
This new car featured a multitude of proven components from highly-produced cars, including the Ford Mustang's V8 engine and gearbox, a strong tubular steel chassis and AP Racing ventilated disc brakes. Its body was solidly made from carbon fibre, and reinforced with a concealed integral roll cage for rigidity. The S1 was incredibly well-equipped (as expected of a car with a list price of approximately £150,000) with plenty of luxurious touches like a trimmed leather interior. The ultimate death of the S1 came due to its price; its performance was very respectable, but its price was more than an Aston Martin DB7 Vantage. The Invicta company went into receivership in April 2012, and no more has been heard from them since. The S1-320 is powered by a 4.6L V8 that produces 320bhp, making it capable of a top speed of 171mph
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