it's not that it is expensive, it is that any repair will never be as good as factory new. That might put off some people
Exactly this from my dealer. Trying to decide whether to proceed or just stay with the weighted bags on the spots. They seem to work quite well without the risk of completely dismantling the dash.I heard the dash itself is about $6K but then a few more grand to replace.
I have a gen 1 and the leather is lifting near the upper dash trim near the center speaker, I didn't know this affected gen 1 either until I noticed it. I think the entire dash has to be removed to fix this piece but I will give the scuba shot a try or perhaps a syringe with adhesive, still waiting to get estimates on the repair.this is a common issue for marques like Aston Martin or Ferrari, which is to be expected. But I wouldn't expect it from Audi. This wasn't really an issue at all in GEN1, not sure why it's happening so much to GEN2 cars