Filed under: Car Buying , Performance , Europe , Audi , Canada All your dreams do come true – Click above for high-res image gallery We’re going back and forth on this one. Do we file it under “We’ll believe it when we see it” or “Pinch me I’m dreaming”?
Audi first unveiled the R8 V10 Spyder at the 2009 Frankfurt International Motor Show in September 2009. It runs the same 5.2-litre V10 engine found in the coupe. Maximum power is 386kw (518 PS) and peak torque is 530Nm (391 lb-ft)
Filed under: Detroit Auto Show , Convertible , Coupe , Performance , Audi Audi R8 5.2 FSI Coupe and Spyder – Click above for high-res gallery The V10-powered Audi R8 5.2 FSI is a fantastic car, whether in coupe or convertible form.
Filed under: Spy Photos , Sedan , Performance , Europe , Audi , Luxury Mystery Audi – Click above for high-res image gallery “Whatever it may be, I like it!” So says audimobiles.commenter P.V. concerning a mysterious series of camoflaged Audis that have been popping up all over the place (this one was caught again in Southern California). We tend to agree.
Filed under: Aftermarket , Performance , Wagon , Europe , Audi As a profession, there’s a very long list of cars on sale in Europe that we can’t buy which us auto journo types nevertheless constantly rattle our (virtual) pens over. From the Volkswagen Scirocco to the Honda Civic Type R to the 300+ hp Ford Focus to the Citroen C6 , total and complete absence makes the heart grow fonder — as well as providing an easy, brainless way for us to end all stories about said forbidden fruit. I mean imagine reading this line, “The BMW M5 Wagon sports a 507 hp 5.0-liter V10 and can run up over 200 mph with the limiter removed
Filed under: Coupe , Performance , Etc. , Europe , Audi Just when you felt life was getting a little bit boring, along comes this piece of literal Dutch eye candy to remind you that many people are crazy . Yes sir, that’s an Audi R8.
The Smoking Tire takes to the track in the baddest R8 yet, Project Raptor by Performance Outfitters and PES Tuning. Host Matt Farah puts the Raptor through its paces at New Jersey Motorsports Park to find out if a supercharger makes for a faster car than a couple of extra cylinders.