2011 Audi R-Stream V10 Spyder by Wheelsandmore

Back in 2010, German tuner, Wheelsandmore, dressed up an Audi R8 V10 Coupe after providing a smooth package for the V8 version the previous year, so it’s not shocking that the tuning firm is taking a stab at the R8 V10 Spyder for their latest project. The Audi R-Stream V10 Spyder was given a similar package as the previous two with optimized performance and an exceptional look.

Wheelsandmore began their work on the engine with an ECU update and a new stainless steel, handcrafted high flow exhaust system with remotable valve flaps. These additions allow the sports car’s 5.2 Liter FSI V10 to produce an impressive 600 HP and 590 lb-ft of torque, up from the standard 525 HP.

After the power upgrades were under control, the tuner moved on to the exterior. With a name like Wheelsandmore, an upgrade to the wheels was more than necessary. New lightweight, 3-piece forged 6SporzĀ² wheels wrapped in 45/30/20 tires from Continental were added and are available in a variety of colors. The front grille has also been painted in matte black and the tail pipes in black enamel.

The final touch for the R-Stream V10 Spyder is the addition of an LCS (level-control-system) hydraulic lift up system that can provide an additional road clearance of up to 40mm. This will come in handy when having to go over those nasty speed bumps that seem to be popping up everywhere we look.


This car is one of the Audi’s proudly make. All the features of this, exterior, interior and even the engine is great!.

Very impressive design and power, I think the V10 engine is too much to handle, but I like it that way.

600 horsepower is really so impressive for this R-Stream convertible and only gives me an idea that it is fun to drive with for the fact that it could truly deliver an awesome speed on that output.

The back part of this R-Stream seems bulky but it didn’t lessen the appeal and beauty that this convertible car had. Anyway, I love the hygienic look of it and I think that the engine that it has is quite good enough for it.

V10 is really impressive, it will surely be a powerful car! but I’m curious on its whole outlook. I really want to see this in person so I could give further comment on it.

Knowing that this is Spyder version, most probably its just a proof on how great is this vehicle! The styling is awesome as well as the speed and it with the v10 its just possible.

Well, I have to admit that the Spyder version seems very gorgeous! The performance is great and I think it doesn’t endure the weight of its heavy hard rooftop.

This is really I’m expecting even from the start. The power output of a modern technology has a banging performance compare to an outdated one! With the sportiness and mind-blowing performance of this car I bet this Audi car will sell like hotcakes.

Too much dressed up, I hope next time they won’t overdo it. It actually lost the car’s original expression from other people. I really would like to appreciate the efforts made by these people but unfortunately converting it into new one made me feel that they are not capable of creating something unique.

They really did a nice work on this one. Kinda gives me a good glimpse of what the Audi R8 Spyder is going to look like. But this is also a great car in its own right.

Well, I am not surprised that they were able to make the car look this good. I think Audis are the specialty of Wheelsandmore, just take a look at their other works.

Yup, they were really able to make the most out of the Audi elements in this car. And for one, I actually was able to appreciate Audi’s infamous grille.

The rear of this one actually looks rather cool, and I also love how those wheels sit in nicely with the car. Good thing that the Audi grille also fits in rather well here.

Actually, its good to hear that they used a V10 technology and omit to use an outdated technology like the v6 and v8. BTW, this Spyder version looks on Audi cars, however, I just wonder if it has something to do with summer season?

From 525 to 600 hp, boost performance of this car, i have to admit that I’m quite impressed! And its a good thing to know that they focused on upgrading the power rather on the exterior.

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