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Passenger Cars

Different Audi Upgrades and Replacements to Consider

Audi owners often take significant pride in the sleek design, competitive technology, and refined style so commonplace among most Audi vehicles. But as recent Audi commercials so often point out, many Audi drivers purchased their vehicles for the inherent purpose of standing apart from the crowd, not fitting into it. If you desire a visual upgrade or set of performance modifications that can dramatically alter the way your car appears or functions on the road, there are plenty of diverse options to choose from. In this article, we’ll go over several of the most effective ways to get any Audio to stand apart from the factory-standard pack. read more »

Sports Cars

Audi Releases First R8 GT Spyder Video

Audi has created the very special, limited-edition R8 GT for the 2012 model year. The R8 GT builds on the award-winning R8 Coupe and Spyder and represents the pinnacle of performance in the Audi model line. This is the first limited production sports car produced by Audi, and only 333 units will be built worldwide with 90 units destined for the U.S. Each R8 GT has its production number displayed on the gear shift. The R8 GT starting price is $196,800. read more »

Sports Cars

2012 Audi R8 GT Spyder Unveiled‎

Even lighter, even more powerful, even more captivating: The Audi R8 GT Spyder delivers breathtaking performance. The open-top flagship version of the high-performance sports car develops 412 kW (560 hp) and – thanks to Audi ultra – has trimmed a full 85 kilograms (187.39 lb) from an already low weight. The R8 GT Spyder accelerates from zero to 100 km/h (62.14 mph) in 3.8 seconds and reaches a top speed of 317 km/h (196.97 mph).

One year ago, Audi unveiled the R8 GT in coupe form as the new flagship model of the R8 model line. It wasn’t long before all 333 units in the limited series were sold out. Now the open-top version of the high-performance sports car is being launched, with production again capped at 333 units. Each car sports a tag with its individual number on the gear lever knob. read more »