Radeberg. September 2009 – this audi a5 cabriolet is guaranteed to get you noticed: pitch-black body, gold-painted rims and red leather seats. Even if this is certainly not to everyone’s taste, the future owner will be a particularly happy one: because the convertible created jointly by tuner abt and the radeberger export brewery is not for sale, but it is the main prize of a raffle promotion.
Gold like a pilsener
The open a5 gets a new front grille, modified front skirt and side skirts. The rear is enhanced by a chute insert and four-pipe rear muffler. In addition to some add-on parts, the rim bed and the rear part of the struts of the aluminum wheel are painted in gold. This is to remind of the color of the pils beer. The brewery’s logo is incorporated into the rim caps. In the front left on the hood and the fender decorates a 35 centimeters coarse koniglich-sachsischen coat of arms the vehicle. Because the last saxon king friedrich august iii. Named the pilsner from the vicinity of dresden the royal saxon table drink in 1905.
Cow cupboard included
The interior was designed in such a way that the regent, who was known to be a car enthusiast, could have enjoyed it as well. Monitors were installed in the headrests of the front seats. In addition, radeberger lettering adorns the four seats and the floor mats. An additional highlight is hidden in the center armrest, where there is a fridge from which passengers can refresh themselves with cold beer – with the exception of the driver, of course.