Introduced in 1988, the new versions of the Audi's 80/90 series of sedans exemplified the West German automaker's commitment to innovative technology and intelligent design.

Visitors to the Sell-Off will see the new Audis, along with Volkswagens and Porsches from Steve Clifford.Aerodynamic body design features a raked windshield, aerodynamic headlights, flush window glass and body-integrated door handles. Ergonomic feature include easy access to instrumentations and controls, 79 percent driver field of vision, multi-adjustable seating and 86 cubic feet of interior volume.

Eight-way power front seats with four-position driver memory are available as an option on the 1989 Audi 90 and 90 Quattro. Standard six-speaker sound system is all 80/90 models has been further refined to improve performance. The 90 line receives rear headphone jacks as a standard feature.

An all-weather package includes electrically heated front seats with individual temperature controls, headlight washers with high-pressure spray nozzles, heated windshield washer nozzles and heated door locks.

VW celebrates its 40th year with a number of refinements on various lines. The Jetta has new interior fabrics, new seat design for improved leg room and fuel-injected engine.