...Someone have template for Audi Bump key?
Not sure how much knowledge you have of automotive entry but modern Audi's are pretty darn secure. Most now have engine immobilisers and some luxury models are GPS trackable. Just make sure you check with the supplier before attempting to make entry by any means other than the chipped key or card.
Anyway, there are three types of Audi keys that I am aware of:
The older design - http://media.photobucket.com/image/audi ... 4.jpg?o=15
The most common modern design (not sure why that newspaper article has been chosen as a a suitable surface) - http://www.locksmiths-hampstead.co.uk/i ... 20key2.jpg
The original Audi R8 Key. Couldn't find an image of it, but it's pretty unique. As far as I am aware, all new R8 models now use an electronic card as a key.
It is not common to use bump keys to access vehicles, but it can be done with certain locks. I would not however recommend that you use a bump key in either the door locks, or ignition of an Audi, as their alarms are sensitive, I have never heard of anyone sucessfully using a bump key on a car manufactured less than 10 years ago, all Audi keys are now chipped, Audi locks are VERY expensive to get replaced if you do damage and finally, Audi now offer an official service whereby your car will be automatically tracked and the police informed if your car thinks it's being stolen
i.e. if someone sticks something metal in the lock and the key's RFID chip cannot be detected.
In summary, I do not recommend using any sort of bump key on any recently manufactured Audi.
Hope I helped
Correct me if I've made any mistakes.