What's Wrong With This Picture: Das Kindermdchen Edition

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  • Bertel Schmitt Bertel Schmitt on Jun 30, 2009

    If I'm not totally mistaken, then this is the Autobahn exit Ingolstadt-Nord , only a few km from Audi itself .....

  • MidLifeCelica MidLifeCelica on Jun 30, 2009

    Of course the crossed knife and fork mean 'food', and the yellow Shell symbols are obviously gas stations, but what do the two logos of what appear to be 7-legged bulls shooting flames out their noses represent? I think the name is something like 'Aglia' or 'Ajula' but it's so hard to tell with these tiny pictures.

  • John Holt John Holt on Jun 30, 2009

    @BS - good eye! I was there just last week. IIRC this looks like the car is actually positioned on Romerstrasse, and the detail is of the surface street intersection, not the cloverleaf. If confused, the driver can do a U-turn and go ask for more help from their friendly Audi Forum sales guide.

  • Johann Johann on Jul 03, 2009

    @midlifeCelica Agip is an Italian fuel brand. http://www.agip.eni.it These new sat navs do have way too much information on them. But do remember that on an Audi this screen is suplimented by a minimalist screen between the dails only showing arrows and the most basic of information. So you need only look at that most of the time and only need the central map screen when you need more information. eg: http://www.vwcruise.com/resources/Audi+a4+023.jpg