Audi Sport Quattro Concept

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

The German auto makers at Audi have been producing their Quattro model now for 30 years. Originally introduced back in 1984, the brand now has plans to make the concept from 2010 a reality to celebrate the occasion.

The Audi Sport Quattro Concept has sees some obvious cosmetic revamping with sharper lines crafted from a mixture of lightweight materials like aluminum, magnesium, and of course plenty of carbon fiber. Let’s forget aesthetically for a second though, and focus on the power plant here. Early reports indicate that this beauty will be sporting a twin turbo 4.0 liter V8 motor that’s putting down an earth rattling 650 horsepower. Of course you can’t expect this much car without a hefty price tag. Although nothing is official yet, the vehicle is expect to hit the scene with a window sticker hovering around $150,000. The vehicle is set to debut this September at the Frankfurt auto show.

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