The Citroën Evasion was presented at the Geneva Motor Show

Thursday 10th March 1994

The Citroën Evasion was presented at the Geneva Motor Show. The fruit of a detailed study of customer expectations, the new people-carrier offered all the qualities of a top-range saloon in terms of driving pleasure, comfort, roadholding and safety. The range comprised two petrol engines: 2.0i (1,998 cm3 developing 123 bhp) and the 2.0i Turbo CT (1,998 cm3 developing 150 bhp); and three levels of trim: X, SX and VSX. AUDI AG unveiled the Audi A8, the first production model with all-aluminum body. At the same time a new naming process was introduced for the Audi models. From then on the Audi 80 was known as the A4, the Audi 100 was called the A6. They were followed in 1996 by the Audi A3, and the Audi A2 in June 2000.

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