What happened to the German cars, when they have exhausted their useful life? Some die just like any other series, but most other vehicles in the budget-oriented products with new badges.
Remove the old Mercedes-Benz E-Class, for example, whose platform has been in the Chrysler 300 and then recycled back into the Dodge Challenger. Same thing with the old SLK, which has been transformed into a Chrysler Crossfire. Volkswagen often, but still have their old cars after they have been replaced, offers them in markets like South America and Canada. But if the Audi A4 has been replaced, has been transformed into a new pole for SEAT.
The Exeo is only in the market for three years, but the B7 generation A4, on which (and by "base" means, some cool body panels and a badge of some new) from the year 2004. That's seven years ago, and this makes the product from the Exeo. Seat Sun struggled to keep it fresh with the introduction of this model facelift. But if you think that would seem less obvious as an Audi, look to our eyes appears to have done just the opposite.
Center improvements around a front-end with a revised bi-xenon headlights and LED daytime running lights are available, a touch-up interior and updated transmission. The last section includes updates for the 2.0-liter common-rail TDI, now mated to a CVT with the new changes classified.