Your Dream Two Car Audi Garage

Car enthusiasts come from all kinds of folks. Some men and some women, some rich and some poor. There are enthusiasts at each and every possible point of the spectrum. But the one thing that we all have in common is the love for cars. And no matter how rich or poor one of us may be, we all like to day dream about our perfect dream garage, if we don’t already have it. Most of us can’t afford our actual dream garage, as the cars in there would probably combine to be worth more than the GDP of most small countries. But it’s still fun to dream, right?

So let’s do some dreaming, and some sharing, to see what our fantasy two car Audi dream garage would be. There are only two rules to this game: 1) You must limit the garage to two cars. 2) Both cars must be production Audis. Everything else goes, there’s no money limit or age limit. The cars can be as expensive as you want, can be customized to any measure that you want and can be from any era that you want. It is, after all, your dream garage. There are no other limits, aside from the aforementioned two. I’ll start off and then if you want to list yours in the comment section below, go for it.

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2015 Audi Q7 3.0 TDI in Black
2015 Audi Q7 3.0 TDI in Black

Firstly, I would have to get an SUV. It’s a must for my life, to carry gear for activities and the family dog (who likes to have the rear seats folded down so he can rest up against the driver’s seat). And since the new Q7 is technically a go for production, even though it hasn’t actually hit showroom floors yet, that’s the SUV I choose. I want a Black on Black Audi Q7, with the 3.0 TDI engine. I’d go with the diesel because I like the torquey punch of diesels in SUVs and it gives it kind of a go-anywhere attitude. I’d also go with black, as it makes the Q7 looks the business. Obviously, I’d spec the Virtual Cockpit option because I absolutely love it and I’d choose to forego the Dynamic Steering and stick with he standard steering rack for better feel. Plus, the fiance wants one, so there’s that.

2015 Audi RS3 Sportback in Nogaro Blue
2015 Audi RS3 Sportback in Nogaro Blue

For my second car in the garage, things get more difficult. I really want a B9 S4, but since it doesn’t technically exist yet, I can’t choose it. The B9 A4 I’ll let slide because, like the Q7, is go for production despite not being on sale yet. But do I want the standard A4 if I can have a B8 RS4 Avant? Should I go for the R8 even though I wouldn’t be able to fit the dog in? It’s not as easy as all that. Well, since the standard B9 A4 is a bit too boring and the B8 RS4 would feel old and the R8 is too impractical for my life, despite my insane desire for it, I’d have to go with the Audi RS3 Sportback. It’s the closest modern thing to the original Quattro, yet is infinitely more comfortable and easier to live with, it insanely fast and incredibly practical. It’s also fun to drive and looks fantastic. So I’d take a Nogaro Blue AUdi RS3 Sportback with black interior. I’d load it to the gills with options and call it a day.

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So there’s my two car Audi dream garage. Now you go and let us know what you’d pick.

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Nico DeMattia

I've been in love with cars since I was a kid, specifically German cars. Now I get to drive them talk about them on the internet.