The Audi Museum in Ingolstadt is a must-see for any automotive history buffs visiting southern Germany

1970 Audi 100 at Audi Ingolstadt museum

The 100 marked the return of the Audi brand producing cars of a more upscale nature. Powered by a 92-horsepower four cylinder engine driving the front wheels, a 4-speed manual was standard and a 3-speed automatic was optional. Front disc brakes were standard. When Volkswagen brought Audi to the United States for 1970, this model was known as the 100LS.  (Photo credit: Sean Connor)

The 100 marked the return of the Audi brand producing cars of a more upscale nature. Powered by a 92-horsepower four cylinder engine driving the front wheels, a 4-speed manual was standard and a 3-speed automatic was optional. Front disc brakes were standard. When Volkswagen brought Audi to the United States for 1970, this model was known as the 100LS. (Photo credit: Sean Connor)

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