On a final Audi-related note, you have the Audi A5 and S5, a shockingly effective combo that made successful cars like the Volkswagen GTI and Nissan 370Z seem unpopular in December 2010. U.S. sales of the A5 nearly reached 1500 in December, a spectacular level for a sporty German coupe priced from $36,900. So the TT’s lack of current popularity has nothing to do with its four-ringed badge. U.S. pricing for the 2011 Audi TT starts at $38,300.
In other news, Cadillac XLR sales dropped 97.7% to 1 in December 2010. Porsche Cayman sales were off 46%, down to 112. The Chevrolet Camaro topped the Ford Mustang in the final month of the year, as well.
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