Have you ever wondered what it takes to build one of the world’s most sought after sportscars, the Audi R8? Well, perhaps you haven’t and all you really want is to own one – nevertheless, it would still be interesting to see how one is assembled, am I right?
The Drive channel on YouTube’s segment, Inside Quattro, takes you inside the famous Quattro GmbH where the R8 is assembled. This time around, they’re taking a look at the R8 V10 Plus, and what it takes to put one together. Just so you know, too.
The video is actually pretty interesting and will be well worth the watch for both all-round petrol heads as well as Audi fans.
Check it out below:
Can you imagine having the opportunity to drive two, different Audi R8’s? A dream probably. Then add on to that the fact that you can take them both for a spin around the German Grand Prix Circuit, Nurburgring. Well, that’s exactly what Chris Harris did.
The man that probably has one of the most thrilling occupations of all, his back with another video blog on his experience driving both the Audi R8 V10 S-Tronic as as well as the R8 LMS Ultra GT 3.
Also, just for interest sake, the LMS Ultra GT 3 costs $440 000…
Check out the video below:
Recently, Audi R8 V10 has been found at Nürburgring sporting with a latest chrome accented grille, oval exhausts tips and full LED headlamps. According to a leaked document the Audi R8 V10 will generate 525hp (386 kW) with its powerful 5.2 liter engine. The regular R8 V10 will probably be ready by June 2009 while the Spyder version is in March 2010. Both supercars will include the R-tronic sequential gearbox.