In honor of the R8 V10 quattro, Audi will produce 30 limited edition vehicles.

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.

In honor of the R8 V10 quattro, Audi will produce 30 limited edition vehicles.

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.

In honor of the R8 V10 quattro, Audi will produce 30 limited edition vehicles.

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.

In honor of the R8 V10 quattro, Audi will produce 30 limited edition vehicles.

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.

In honor of the R8 V10 quattro, Audi will produce 30 limited edition vehicles.

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.

In honor of the R8 V10 quattro, Audi will produce 30 limited edition vehicles.

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.