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  • NO RESERVE
  • Japanese delivery, one of the last C3 examples MY 1991, in perfect condition
  • A very well maintained example, excelent interior condition, mechanically perfect
  • The most powerful non-turbo 2.3 inline 5-cylinder 136 PS version
  • As the car was produced in the year 1990, it already qualifies as a historic vehicle
  • 1 of 3 Audi 100 (C2/C3/C4) No Reserve auctions to celebrate launch of our one and only global platform and our new partnerships
  • Other features: possibility of assisting with transport, storage and Trusted Checkout payment

The third generation Audi 100, launched in September 1982, had an aerodynamic look, achieving a drag coefficient of 0.30 for its smoothest base model. At the time it was the world record holder for aerodynamic efficiency on a series production car. The increased aerodynamic efficiency resulted in better fuel economy. The design was in contrast from the boxy shape of the C2. Audi innovated flush windows on the C3, a key area for aerodynamic drag that has been widely adopted by other manufacturers. The aerodynamic body gave the 100 higher top speed than other cars of similar engine size. A new technology introduced in the C3 included the procon-ten safety system. In January 1988 the Audi 100 received a subtle facelift, most obvious being the change to flush fitting doorhandles.

When the car was developed, it was focused on the economy, product quality and longevity. Responsible for the technical development of the Audi 100 C3 was Ferdinand Piëch, for design Hartmut Warkuß. Today, the Audi 100 C3 is the example that begun the development of Audi as a technical advanced premium brand.

First delivered to Japan and imported to Dubai, UAE. The car was very well maintained and is still in perfect condition. It is the most powerful non-turbo version and as it is one of the last C3 examples built, it is the most refined one.

And as it currently passes the 30 years since the production date, it qualifies already as a historic vehicle, therefore the values of the pristine examples like this one will be rising. And the second advantage is, there are no custom fees for importing historic vehicles and only the lower VAT tariff of only 6 to 7 percent.

It comes for sale as the second car in a row of three Audi 100. We will offer three Audi 100 generations for sale, all in a NO RESERVE AUCTION, the generations C2, C3 and C4!

More to come about these three auctions to come in our Special Story...

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Parameters

Model

Production/First registration1990/1991
Body TypeSedan
Engine2.309 ccm I5 (136 PS)
transmissionAutomatic
SteeringLeft Hand Drive
LayoutFront Wheel Drive
Color - exteriorBlack
Color - interiorDark Grey / Wood
Miles/Kilometers shown147.702 kms
Chassis/VINWAUZZZ44ZMN019769
Location - CountryUAE
Location - CityDubai

Notes

Audi 100 2.3 E automatic C3: • 4-door sedan body type • FWD (front-wheel drive), automatic 4-speed gearbox • gasoline (petrol) engine with displacement: 2309 cm3, advertised power: 100 kW / 136 PS, torque: 190 Nm; • characteristic dimensions: outside length: 4896 mm, width: 1814 mm, wheelbase: 2687 mm; • reference weights: base curb weight: 1430 kg; • top speed: 201 km/h (125 mph) (declared by factory); • accelerations: 0-60 mph 9.3 s, 0-100 km/h 9.7 s (declared by factory)

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