Audi 2018 r8

2018 Audi R8 will be available with V6

By Justin Patterson 27 Sep 2016

The 2018 Audi R8 was quite a revelation when it was first launched; people were used to supercars being a handful, that needed driving with some skill, to be shown who was boss. The Audi however, brought together the blend of sensible Audi engineering and good power – you didn’t need to be Sebastian Vettel to drive it.

Originally with a V8, Audi soon learnt that it needed a little more go, so the next generation had the V10 fitted. Now though, current thinking says that smaller is better. Despite having enormous success in endurance racing with diesel power, Audi have ruled out any diesel option, citing that a diesel would be too heavy and wouldn’t fit with the ethos of the R8.

2018 Audi R8 Release date

Thanks to a leaked production schedule from Audi, we know that the new 2018 Audi R8 will be available in 2018, we think around the mid part.

2018 Audi R8 release date: mid-2018

2018 Audi R8 Price

If the information is correct, and Audi are going ahead with the V6, we expect to see the R8 price drop by quite a margin, expect prices to start around $125,000.

2018 Audi R8 Redesign and changes

We don’t actually know much from official sources, most of the information is speculation, but let’s start with the biggest bit of news; the new R8 will be fitted with a V6 engine! We know that Audi have been looking at V6 power for some time, even last year Audi had said that a V6 would be a great powerplant for a sportscar – small, lightweight, high-revving and still fairly powerful.

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2018 Audi R8 Specs

The R8 should get the motor that is destined for the new RS4; 3.0 liter, twin turbo V6, producing in excess of 400 BHP, some say it will be closer to 500 BHP though. It will also utilize the electric air compressor anti-lag system that is in current use with the SQ7.

What we don’t know is whether that will be the only option, or whether Audi will also have a large V10 engine as the flagship model – it’s difficult to see that a forced induction V6 will be the only option available.

Whatever the powerplant, power will be sent to all four wheels (with a rear bias) via a 7-speed dual clutch auto transmission.

As for the rest of the car, we think it will be pretty similar to existing models, although given that a lot of the current design is based around the need for cooling the big V10, we think that the cooling vents and intakes will be reduced, either in number or size; the V6 just won’t need them.

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2018 Audi R8 Rumors

2018 Audi R8 - Audi has totally redesigned the R8 roadster and R8 Spyder for the 2018 model year. Two flavors will be offered initially: R8 V10 and R8 V10 Plus. The mid-engine all-wheel-drive sports car rides on an all-new lightweight chassis and features different driving modes and MagneRide stuns. The 2018 Audi R8 is available with a large portion of the automaker's most recent advancements.

As some time recently, the all-wheel-drive 2018 Audi R8 depends on a sister car from Lamborghini. This time, it is the new Huracan, which is a trade for the stopped Gallardo. Gone, regardless, are the first R8's sultry base V8 engine and unmistakable uncovered door manual transmission.

With the new R8, you can have any powertrain you like insofar as it's a shouting Lamborghini-determined 5.2-liter V10 combined with a seven-speed automated manual. There are presumably a couple people who will mourn the loss of the old-school manual, however there's such a great amount of enormity with the exact "S tronic" automated gearbox that is it difficult to really grumble. Of more noteworthiness, truth be told, is the thing that has occurred within the 2018 R8. The original's cabin format and features had turned out to be fairly dated the previous couple of years, so the 2018 R8's inside gets a full-quality measurements of Audi's front line design and innovation. The gage group confronting the driver is filled by the organization's remarkable "Virtual Cockpit," a high-determination 12.3-inch screen that dynamically resizes the speedometer and tachometer to render infotainment works in the middle. Likewise with the new Audi TT, this arrangement hinders the requirement for a different show somewhere else, so the R8's dashboard is refreshingly uncluttered. Likewise of note is the new steering wheel, which brags Ferrari-style coordinated buttons for start and driving-mode choice. The Audi R8 is a midengine supercar with space for two individuals and little else. For 2018, the new era dispatches as two distinct trims: the V10 and the V10 Plus, both in car setups. Picking the privilege Audi R8 boils down to how much power you need (or need), and how much cash you will spend. The V10 is more for road driving and has a $162,900 beginning price. The V10 Plus is all the more powerful and is thinned down, losing some inside civilities. This is perfect on the off chance that you are not kidding about running your R8 on a race track. In like manner, the V10 Plus' $189,900 price tag is not for everybody. For most, the R8 V10 is the perfect harmony amongst power and price, with included courtesies that make a more extravagant cabin. Champion liberalities incorporate 18-way power-customizable seats and a Bang and Olufsen sound framework that accompanies 12 dynamic speakers and a subwoofer. The R8 V10 accompanies a 540-horsepower 5.2-liter V10 engine mated to a seven-speed automatic transmission. Standard inside features incorporate automatic atmosphere control; Nappa calfskin seats; 18-way power-flexible, warmed sport situates; a 12.3-inch advanced driver's show screen; a Wi-Fi problem area; a vicinity key; push catch begin; automatic high bars; rain-detecting windshield wipers; a rearview camera; and front and rear parking sensors. The infotainment framework features Audi's MMI interface, route, a 13-speaker Bang and Olufsen sound framework, HD Radio, satellite radio, two USB ports, and Bluetooth. The 2018 R8 V10 begins at $162,900. A 5.2-liter V10 engine with a seven-speed automatic transmission likewise powers the R8 V10 Plus, yet yield increases to 610 horsepower. This trim doesn't expand on the base V10 by including additional luxury features however concentrates more on outrageous performance as a supercar. Confirming this are hustling shell seats (set up of the 18-way flexible sport seats) and a five-speaker Audi sound framework. Not each solace feature was erased, nonetheless. Warmed front seats upholstered in Nappa cowhide, automatic atmosphere control, and most other infotainment and driver help features remain some portion of the V10 Plus' features list. The R8 V10 Plus has a beginning price of $189,900. The 2018 Audi R8 comes just with a 5.2-liter V10 engine and a seven-speed automatic transmission, yet there's a noteworthy distinction between the powertrain of the base model and that in the V10 Plus trim. The first has a 540-horsepower setup. The 610-horsepower yield of the V10 Plus conveys alarmingly quick increasing speed times (slicing the base model's zero-to-60-mph sprint time of 3.5 seconds down to just 3.2 seconds) and has recognizably unique adapting in the transmission. Beat speed is 199 mph in the V10 and 205 in the V10 Plus. What's especially great is that Audi accomplishes these searing numbers without the guide of a turbocharger or supercharger, as both trims are naturally suctioned. There's no alternative for a manual transmission, however the automatic transmission utilizes a double grasp setup for exceptionally quick shifts that vibe on-point inevitably. The R8's inordinate power includes some major disadvantages, as this car gets one of the most reduced fuel evaluations in the class. Under ordinary city driving, you'll get 14 mpg. This increments to 22 mpg on the roadway in case you're warily with the gas pedal. In examination, the turbocharged Porsche 911 Turbo S gets 19 mpg in the city and 24 on the parkway (albeit with a smaller 3.8-liter six-cylinder engine).

The R8's handling is one of its champion qualities not on account of this is a honest to goodness race track-commendable car – fit for taking fast turns while staying adjusted and made – yet for the most part since it's so pleasant to drive each day. As it were, you won't feel like you need exceptional lessons just to get in the driver's seat of a Audi R8 2018 and take it for a Sunday drive. Steering is exact, braking is fantastically solid, and standard all-wheel drive helps your grasp the whole time.

The Audi R8 has a 104.3-inch wheelbase and extends 174.3 inches, which is around 14.5 feet. Both trims are 48.8 inches high and 80.2 inches wide (76.4 inches in the event that you do exclude the mirrors). Control weight on the V10 is 3,737 pounds, while the V10 Plus tips the scales at 3,627.

The R8 doesn't have the passionate, desire at-first-locate bends of different supercars, however looks not at all like whatever other fascinating out and about. While the 2018 Audi R8 now utilizes another casing and offers right around 50 percent of its parts with the R8 LMS race car, changes to the outside design are moderately unobtrusive. It keeps on having the low, wide position it's had since the start, with a decision of hard-or soft-beat. Choose a 2018 V10 Plus over a V10, and you get clay brakes, a sport fumes, and carbon-fiber rear diffuser and settled spoiler.

The R8's cabin has dependably offered an ergonomic control design and fine materials, especially contrasted with other colorful sports cars. Notwithstanding, the original model was hampered by chronological errors like an early form of the MMI infotainment framework that used a generally inconvenient dashboard-mounted control handle. Gratefully, the new R8 surrenders nothing inside to whatever other Audi model. Taking after the most recent TT's lead, it utilizes the inventive Virtual Cockpit instrument bunch, which bunches all driving and infotainment capacities into a solitary high-determination screen in front of the driver. Additionally, the MMI controller now can perceive inputs scribbled through fingertip, and it's situated on the comfort between the seats, where it falls promptly to hand. The drawback to this driver-driven framework, nonetheless, is that the traveler has little capacity to take a gander at or modify those infotainment capacities. The R8's two available seat designs possess inverse finishes of the range. The base 18-way power seats are both strong in lively driving and agreeable for touring, however the hustling seats that comes standard in the V10 Plus lose the power capacities (with the exception of tallness) and aren't even ready to lean back. On the off chance that you plan to take your R8 to the circuit all the time, these seats may hold bid, however we're happy that Audi makes the more lavish seats a possibility for less forceful V10 Plus purchasers.

Audi pegs the 2018 Audi R8's cargo limit at only 8.0 cubic feet, which incorporates both the front trunk (recall, the engine's in the back) and a small space behind the seats. That is parsimonious even by supercar standards.

The Audi R8 has not experienced any crash tests from either the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety or the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, which is run of the mill for luxury sports cars. The Audi R8 comes standard with automatic high shafts, rain-detecting windshield wipers, a rearview camera, and front and rear parking sensors. No extra driver help features are available, dissimilar to others in the class. For instance, available safety features for the Mercedes-AMG SL63 incorporate adaptive cruise control, blind side checking, and lane keep help. The 2018 Audi R8 is a two-situate midengine intriguing sports car offered in roadster shape as it were. There are two trim levels: V10 and V10 Plus. Standard hardware on the V10 incorporates 19-inch wheels, LED headlights and taillights, automatic high bars, LED engine-compartment lighting, adaptive attractive ride suspension dampers, customizable drive settings (Drive Select), front and rear parking sensors, auto-diminishing power-collapsing warmed side mirrors, keyless section and start, an auto-darkening rearview reflect, a manual tilt-and-extending steering wheel, calfskin upholstery, 18-way power seats (with flexible side and leg reinforces), automatic atmosphere control, an engineered softened cowhide headliner, Audi Connect online administrations with versatile WiFi, Audi's MMI infotainment framework, a route framework, voice controls, a 12.3-inch Virtual Cockpit instrument and infotainment show, a rearview camera, Bluetooth and a 13-speaker Bang and Olufsen sound framework with satellite radio, double USB ports and an assistant information jack.

Alternatives on the V10 incorporate 20-inch wheels, bigger carbon-earthenware brakes, red-painted brake calipers, variable-proportion steering, carbon-fiber outside and inside trim and broadened calfskin upholstery. - 2018 Audi R8 Rumors

2018 Audi R8 to get the twin-turbo V-6 entry-level engine

Audi March 17, 2017 Darko

One might wonder how exactly AUDI manages to make a supercar out of a sports car. That is exactly what the car maker has been doing with its R8. Typically termed as the boss of supercars, advanced engineering has helped AUDI in making R8 one of its flagship sports cars. Although first models came with V8 engines, the 2017 R8 is featuring a V10. However, the 2018 Audi R8 will get the new entry-level engine.

2018 Audi R8: The new base twin-turbo V-6

Based on the information from the reliable source, the new 2018 Audi R8 is supposed to get the V-6 entry-level engine option. A 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged and direct-injected V6 is the variation of the engine that sits under the hood of the Audi S4. The S4 version can produce 354 hp but the R8 should deliver around 450 hp. This engine will work in combination with the current 7-speed dual-clutch transmission and all-wheel drive. The max speed should be around 190 mph.

A naturally aspirating 5.2 liters V10 engine capable of making 540 HP and 398 lb-ft of torque also mated to 7-speed auto transmission will again be available. Its V10 plus version will make impressive 610 hp and torque of 413 lb-ft of torque.

A 2.5 turbocharged 5-cylinder engine from the TT RS was previously rumored as the entry-level solution for the new R8. However, probably to prevent some kind of internal competition Audi decided to go with the twin-turbo V-6.

2018 Audi R8: Design

In terms of design, 2018 Audi R8 reigns supreme among a host of other sports cars. The curved body is fitted with an excess of carbon fiber in key areas. Also, carbon fiber is used on the V10 plus version for its front end, rear diffusers, side blades and rear spoiler.

With striking LEDS and a hexagonal grille, R8 promises to beat most of the sports cars out there out flat. Excellent bodywork and large alloy wheels add to the visual drama.

From the interior, AUDI R8 will use the virtual Cockpit design. This adds more controls over the vehicle to the driver. The car maker has ensured a complete immersive driving experience thanks to a modern cabin design. Apart from that, 2018 R8 will have supportive standard sports seats while the V10 Plus includes thin racing bucket seats and full leather upholstery.

2018 Audi R8: Arrival, Pricing

The new 2018 Audi R8 should make its debut in early 2018. The sales will likely have the mid-year start. The model will again arrive in two forms, the coupe and roadster. The base V10 variant will again cost around $162, 000. We will know the price of the V-6 version closer to its debut.

2018 Audi R8

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The beauty of modern exotic cars like the 2018 Audi R8 goes far below the sexy skin. Rather than just occasional playthings for the rich, so uncomfortable in daily driving that they're taken out only on weekends, the Audi R8 exemplifies the modern exotic. It sacrifices none of the high-powered straight-line performance or track-specific handling expected from an exotic car costing in the $200,000 range. However, like its Acura NSX and Porsche 911 Turbo competition, the Audi R8 is just as comfortable when driven to and from the track, or even to the grocery store or on a daily commute. The Audi R8, all-new last year, is wider, faster and lighter than its predecessor, yet its elegant interior never lets you forget it's an Audi.

You'll Like This Car If...

Audi couples its reputation for high-tech, elegant and comfortable interiors with the kind of supercar performance normally associated with Lamborghini. It's a combination that results in a car that's simultaneously thrilling to drive, yet eminently comfortable for daily use.

You May Not Like This Car If...

While sharply styled, the Audi R8 doesn't have the universally beloved standout styling of a Ferrari or Lamborghini. And, despite Audi's many racing successes, that pedigree isn't as widely recognized. There's also no manual transmission. If you don't want all-wheel drive, you're out of luck.

What's New for 2018

All-new last year, the 2018 Audi R8 gets only a handful of updates this year. All models come equipped with Audi's smartphone interface that includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. A new Black Optic package adds 20-inch 10-spoke wheels and other black trim. V10 models can be equipped with laser headlights.

Driving the R8

Driving Impressions

The 2018 Audi R8 lets you indulge in all the supercar excesses you can dream of, or simply cruise serenely. With its wonderfully quick steering and sharp suspension, the R8's...

... reactions to driver inputs make it feel light and agile. In no time -- well, a bit more than three seconds, anyhow -- you'll be exceeding the speed limit, and to a ridiculous degree if you refuse to back off the gas. Tickle the throttle in traffic, and suddenly that tight knot of cars is a group of distant dots in the rearview mirror. Its V10 engine and 7-speed automatic work harmoniously, letting the engine lope at sane highway speeds, or scream when you unleash that 610-horsepower beast. The responsive drivetrain, balanced handling and tenacious grip make road courses a pleasure, and using launch control actually snaps your head back as you reach 60 mph in 3.2 seconds.

Favorite Features

R8 V10 PLUS The standard R8 V10 puts out 540 horsepower, a lot by any measure. But if it's not enough, there's the R8 V10 Plus, with a 610-horsepower version of that engine. In addition, the Plus adds more performance modes in the Drive Select, sport exhaust, carbon-ceramic brakes and special racing seats. STEERING-WHEEL CONTROLS Buttons on steering wheels are nothing new, but the 2018 R8 takes it to extremes. In addition to cruise and audio controls, there's a bright-red start/stop button, Drive Select, sport exhaust, launch control and -- behind the rim -- paddles to manually shift the 7-speed automatic.

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Audi interiors are always top-notch, and as the top-notch Audi, the R8 boasts a beautifully styled and intuitively laid-out cockpit. There's the 13-speaker Bang & Olufsen audio system, in case the V10's song somehow bores you. The supportive and comfortable seats are covered in Nappa leather, and the R8 now comes with Audi's MMI navigation system. The multi-function steering wheel incorporates many of the street/track functions, and Audi's excellent Virtual Cockpit replaces physical gauges with a high-res 12.3-inch display that shows information chosen by the driver. The R8 V10 Plus comes with racing-shell seats.


The 2018 Audi R8 doesn't have the immediate emotional impact of exotics from Italy or England. Yet its distinctive grille and headlights make it unmistakably Audi. This generation R8 uses almost 50 percent of its parts with the R8 LMS race car, yet it's visually similar to its predecessor. The low, wide stance and choice of hard or soft top remain, although Audi has reduced the profile of the signature "blade" on the side to a more subtle contrasting air-intake panel. Opt for V10 Plus over V10, and you get ceramic brakes, a sport exhaust, carbon-fiber rear diffuser and fixed spoiler.

Notable Equipment

Standard Equipment

Only a supercar could offer a 5.2-liter 540-horsepower V10 as the "base" engine, here connected to a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic and quattro all-wheel drive. In addition, you get Audi's Drive Select variable drive modes, magnetic shocks and Audi's very cool and useful Virtual Cockpit in all R8 models. Audi's MMI infotainment interface also comes standard, as do Audi Connect and Google Earth-powered navigation. Even the side mirrors are high-tech: They're power-folding, power-adjustable, auto-dimming and heated. Also standard is a spoiler that rises depending on speed and 19.5-inch wheels. A 13-speaker Bang & Olufsen sound system is standard on the R8 V10.

Optional Equipment

Some people don’t want a "base" anything, even if it's a supercar, so Audi provides the R8 V10 Plus. Its V10 engine puts out 610 horsepower, it boasts a top track speed of 205 mph, and it comes with all sort of racy equipment: racing-shell seats, ceramic brakes, sport exhaust, enhanced aerodynamics. You can also get Dynamic Steering, which offers a variable steering ratio. Drive Select in the V10 Plus adds a performance mode that optimizes the car's performance based on dry, wet and snowy conditions. Also available are diamond-stitched leather, contrast stitching, 20-inch wheels, and of course the drop-top R8 Spyder.

Under the Hood

There are two versions of one V10 engine available for the 2018 Audi R8. Base -- if you can call them that -- R8 models get a 5.2-liter V10 with 540 horsepower; the R8 V10 Plus comes with a 610-horsepower version. Both are connected to a quick-shifting 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission with paddle shifters mounted on the steering wheel. Audi's quattro all-wheel-drive system is also standard across the board. Fuel economy isn't great, and the R8 is subject to a gas-guzzler tax, but relative to competitors its 22 mpg on the highway isn't too bad, is it? 5.2-liter V10 540 horsepower @ 7,800-8,700 rpm 398 lb-ft of torque @ 6,500 rpm EPA city/highway fuel economy: 14/22 mpg 5.2-liter V10 610 horsepower @ 8,250-8,700 rpm 413 lb-ft of torque @ 6,500 rpm

EPA city/highway fuel economy: 14/22 mpg

Pricing Notes

If you want to get into a 2018 Audi R8, you'll need about $166,000 to cover the Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) and the $1,250 destination charge. The R8 V10 Spyder starts at about $178,300, and the R8 V10 Plus comes in at a hefty $195,600. That's all before adding options of course, and they add up quickly; it's not hard to push the price of the V10 Plus well over the $200,000 mark. That's a lot, but it's competitive with the likes of the Acura NSX ($160,000) and Porsche 911 Turbo S ($189,000). Resale value for exotic cars depends on a variety of factors, but generally they hold their value well. Check the Fair Purchase Price to find out what the Audi R8 goes for in your area, but as an exotic, don't expect a lot of wiggle room.

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2018 Audi R8 Coupe

2018 Audi R8 Coupe Release Date, Review and Info – Highlighted by its unusually accessible performance and iconic styling, the new 2018 Audi R8 Coupe arguably remains a coveted vehicle in the mid-engine exotic sports car segment. An intoxicating soundtrack regardless of the engine choice; easy-to-drive character; comfortable cabin with easy ingress and egress; and an impressive acceleration are some of the features which you be looking forward for once the new R8 is made available. Its date of release is speculated to be towards the end of February 2018.

The 2018 R8 isn’t a car that you can easily dismiss as one that exists in a bygone era, you are staring at an exotic era that can withstand the test of time. It isn’t a caricature that appears for a year or two then suddenly lacks the motivation or the design elements to keep up with completion. The R8 is simply an enduring coupe that promises to appeal to multiple generations to come.

For starters, the R8 debuted 10 years ago and despite being in the market for that long, it has managed to inspire breathless social media buzz and to rubberize necks. In a nutshell, just think of the R8 as the best that can ever get out from Audi in terms of innovation and design looks. From a benchmarking interior, to smooth yet agile engines, to exterior aerodynamic design cues.

The R8 undoubtedly shares some designs with the departed Lamborghini Gallardo Italian ancestor to some extent, which isn’t a bad thing. For instance, the mechanical and structural elements are indeed supercar genes that have been borrowed heavily from the Gallardo. Also, the R8 comes with a telepathic responsiveness one would associate with smaller and elemental sports cars. The bodywork has also used aluminum extensively therefore we might be looking at a reduced weight over the previous model.

Much can be said about these supercar, from the mundane driving conditions to the soothing and comfortable driving character, but the bottom line remains – it’s a diving exotic sports car with many talents.

Even so, there are other exotic cars in the segment that shine brightly. Some of them include the umpteen 2018 Porsche 911, the stunning 2018 BMW i8 Hybrid, the intricately designed 2018 Lamborghini Huracan, and 2018 Ferrari 458 Italia. Finally, one our best in the segment is the 2018 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT.

Available Trims – Audi R8 Coupe

Five trims are offered for the 2018 Audi R8 Coupe: V8, V10, V10 Plus, V10 Competition, and the V10 Carbon.

Interior Changes & Exterior Colors – 2018 Audi R8 Coupe

The V8’list of standard features and equipment includes an automatic climate control, heated-power-folding side mirrors, 19-inch wheels, fauxe suede upholstery, an adaptive suspension, a tilt-and-telescopic steering wheel, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity, a trip computer, full LED exterior lighting, a speed-activated rear spoiler, a seven-speaker sound system, cruise control, and an auxiliary audio jack.

The V10 adds premium leather upholstery, a carbon fiber tri, a navigation system, parking system, different wheels, diffuser and mirror housings, an exclusive sport exhaust, fauxe-suede headliner, and Bang & Olufsen sound system.

The V10 Plus offers an adaptive suspension system, leather upgrades, heated power-folding mirrors, a smaller fuel tank, carbon-fiber trim, carbon-ceramic brakes, a higher output engine, and an upgraded stereo system.

The V10 Carbon trim offer matte-carbon “sideblades”, several aesthetic exterior trim, red brake calipers, and a sport exhaust in addition to the V8 list of standard features.

Engine Specs – 2018 Audi R8 Coupe

Under the hood of the 2018 Audi R8 Coupe is a 4.2L V8 engine which happens to be a carryover engine from the outgoing model. The output – 430 hp and 317 lbs. ft. of torque gets sent to all the four wheels via the optional S-tronic or the standard six-speed manual transmission system.

Both the V10 Carbon and V10 Plus trims gets an updated version of the base engine which gets an output of 550 hp and 398 lbs. ft. of torque. According to Audi, a time of 3.4 seconds is all you need to get past 60 mph.

Finally, the V10 Competition gets the best output rated at 570 hp and 398 lbs. ft. of torque. Only 3.2 seconds is needed to saunter from 0-60 mph.


Wheelbase: 8 ft. 8.3 in. (104.3 in.) Length: 14 ft. 6.3 in. (174.3 in.) Width: 6 ft. 4.4 in. (76.4 in.) Passenger volume: N/A Cargo volume: 8.0 ft³ Curb weight: 3664 lb Top Speed: 205 mph 0-60: 2,7 sec MPG: 14/22 (city/highway) Available Exterior Colors: Akoya Silver Metallic – Audi Exclusive, Alpine Green Pearlcoat – Audi Exclusive, Amalfi White – Audi Exclusive, Amethyst Grey Metallic – Audi Exclusive, Andora Red Pearl Effect – Audi Exclusive, Ara Blue Crystal Effect, Arrow Grey Metallic – Audi Exclusive, Aurora Blue Pearl Effect – Audi Exclusive…

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