According tomedia reports, one of audi’s logo, the R8 V10 quattro, is coming to the end of its final journey, with a special edition bringing it to an end. The limited-edition R8 V10 quattro will produce only 30 units and will combine features from more expensive comparable products with some eye-catching styles. The engine is still a naturally aspirated V10 engine with a seven-speed S tronic dual-clutch transmission.
With 562 horsepower and 406 lb-ft of torque, it brings in 100 km of acceleration in 3.4 seconds, with a top speed of 201 mph.
The convertible Spyder is a little slower, takes 3.5 seconds to complete the 100km acceleration, with a top speed of 200mph. In any case, all-wheel drive is standard.
There will be some changes for limited edition cars. The R8 carbon fiber front swing bar provides a 4.4-pound weight loss for the car. The sports exhaust system, previously available only to R8 performance, came into this limited-edition car.
Outside the car, the 20-inch grinding silver wheels will be standard. As for the paint and interior, Audi already has a portfolio list: 15 R8s will feature Mugello Blue with soft silver interiors; five will feature Avus Silver with black interiors and red stitches; and five will feature Sonoma Green, with black interiors and grey stitching.
As for the Spyder, it will produce fewer cars – only five, all of which will all feature Mugello Blue with a silver interior.
People who want to own one of the last 30 cars need to move quickly. Sales will begin this summer, with the coupe starting at $186,000 and the convertible starting at $195,900.
But if you’ve always wanted an R8, don’t be afraid. Audi said the R8 V10 performance quattro — which squeezes more power and torque from the 5.2-litre engine — will continue to be used in at least 2021 models. But only if you have about $200,000 to register your name.