Audi 50 (1974-1978)
The Audi 50 was an A-segment / city car.
The Audi 50 was discontinued in 1978 in favour of its sibling, the Volkswagen Polo.
Audi 100 (1968-1994)
The Audi 100 was an E-segment / executive car. There were four generations, known internally as C1 to C4. in 1994 the Audi 100 was renamed the A6.
Audi 80 (1972-1996)
The B1 Audi 80 was manufactured between 1972 and 1978.
Audi F103 (1965-1972)
The first modern era Audis were derived from the old 2-stroke DKW F103. The 4-stroke four-cylinder engine fitted to the new Audi was developed while the company was still owned by Daimler-Benz. The models were named after their power output in PS.
Dodge Omni (1978-1990)
The Dodge Omni (and Plymouth Horizon) was a five-door hatchback for the North American market. It was designed together with the Chrysler-Simca (later Talbot) Horizon. For the American market the front suspension was changed from torsion bar to McPherson struts. The Dodge and Plymouth models were fitted with a Volkswagen 1700 cc engine, suitably modified by Chrysler, as the European Simca engines were deemed too puny.
Jaguar E-Type [XK-E in North America] (1961-1975)
When it was launched, The E-Type Jaguar was immediately regarded as a thing of beauty. Indeed, Enzo Ferrari famously called it “the most beautiful car ever made”. It soon became an icon. With its unitary construction, disc brakes, rack-and-pinion steering, and independent front and rear suspension it was a thoroughly modern sports car. It was based on the XKSS and D-Type sports racing cars.