The Audi R8 is a dream car, because somewhere inside of us we all would like to have it in our hands. The Germans created the R8 Coupe V10 GT RWD, which according to all indications will be the last one with a hot engine, as it is also expected to go electric. In this way, the V10 engine of the German brand is expected to go down in history, and many of us do not feel good, since we will only hear its hard-core sound in models that will be left on the road.
As expected the messy design makes it more beautiful. The ribs on the hood give a different feel, while the LED lights and LED daytime running lights show how it blends harmoniously with the new data. At the rear, a large spoiler and LED lights stand out, while there are also double tailpipes. The bodywork is completed by 20 black alloy wheels, which are fitted with Michelin Sport Cup 2 tires and red brake calipers. The R8 Coupe V10 GT RWD is offered in three colors namely Suzuka Grey, Daytona Gray Metallic and Tangorot Metallic.
Stepping inside, leather bucket seats dominate, with red stitching, while at the back is the R8 GT logo. A three-tone leather steering wheel with controls, leather gear selector and aluminum pedals add to the luxury level. The instrument panel is digital, while the infotainment screen is missing.
Mechanically, the R8 Coupe V10 GT RWD is powered by a 5.2 liter V10 petrol engine, with a maximum power of 620 horsepower and a maximum torque of 57.6 kgm. 0-100 is achieved in just 3.4″, 0-200 is completed in 10.1″, while the maximum speed reaches 320 km / h. Average consumption according to the manufacturer is 14.9 liters per 100 km, while emissions are 341g/km. The engine is connected to a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, and the drive is sent to the rear wheels.
For those who are interested, they can still get some, since the Germans announced that only 333 pieces will be made. Manufactured at Audi Sport GmbH in Bollinger Hofe, Germany. About the price? In the German market its price is 225,000 euros, while in other countries it depends on taxes and duties. It may be out of reach for most of us, but it is a true driving gem.
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