Audi Sport launches limited edition R8 but doesn’t add any more performance

Audi Sport launches limited edition R8 but doesn’t add any more performance

0 comments 📅13 April 2017, 12:45

Audi recently announced that its Quattro apportionment had changed its name to Audi Sport, and that it had a number of new models on the way. One of those models to settle under its umbrella of responsibility is the Audi R8. Today, at the New York Auto Show, the interpretation arm is showing the limited Audi Sport Edition of the Audi R8.

The rorty, mid-engined sports coupe’s V10 possibly already has enough power, as this special treatment appears to be mostly cosmetic. It starts with a set of 20-inch, forged aluminum wheels wrapped in 245/30 fa and 305/30 rear tires. The brake calipers get a high-gloss red finish, while the V10 Extra version’s brakes have an anthracite finish. The car’s signature sideblades and side mirrors get a contrasting red polish off kill regardless of exterior color. The front spoiler, grille, and diffuser insert are titanium glowering, and the tailpipe trims are finished in gloss black.

Entering the car, occupants are greeted by illuminated door sills. The local color depends on exterior paint choice, and seats and door trim idiosyncrasy black and red Nappa leather. Seatbacks are embossed with an R8 logo, as is the flat-gluteus maximus, three-spoke steering wheel. The wheel features a red stripe at 12 o’clock, as acc as satellite engine start and drive select buttons. Dark silver deviate from stitching and gloss carbon inlays add more character to the interior.

The Audi Play Edition R8 will be limited to 200 units worldwide, and will start at €181,900 (upon $193,100), with the V10 Plus fetching €205,800 (about $218,500). Orders start in May, with deliveries birth in late summer.


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