Auction Block: 1990 Audi RR Quattro 20V

Feb 28, 2018

Category: Rides

As any fan of rally car racing can tell you, one of the hallmarks of the sport was when the rules were changed to allow for 4-wheel drive cars to compete. The first maker to take advantage of the change, however, was Audi with their Quattro, a practically untouchable racer on the track for two straight years. Now, a late-model road-going version of that very car – this 1990 Audi RR Quattro 20V – is available for purchase.

With the signature angular style of the late ’80s and early ’90s, this coupe has a few notable quirks. For instance, it’s powered by a turbocharged inline 5-cylinder engine – originally capable of 220 bhp and a top speed of 141 mph. It’s also permanently in 4WD mode (great for those who like joy rides now and again) and was only ever available in right-hand drive. All told, this example is in incredible condition – still retaining its original unmodified engine (with 81k on the odometer), paint job, interior, and even has the original Audi Gamma cassette radio. This practically perfect rally car could be yours for $76,500.

Purchase: $76,500

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