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2011 Audi R8 V10 Spyder RMS by RENM Performance


RENM Performance is no stranger to fine tuning Audi R8 s, which is evident in how many variants of the R8 they’ve had in their shop. Continuing that trend, the aftermarket tuning company has released the first details of their latest project for the R8 V10 Spyder called the RMS.

Combining a body kit to go with a performance upgrade, RENM Performance went to work on the R8 V10 Spyder with a number of striking new details, including a new tail pipe configuration that looks strikingly similar to the tail pipe configuration of the Bugatti Veyron . To go with the new tailpipe, RENM Performance also has a new integrated spoiler, a carbon diffuser, and a set of 20” ATS wheels. Over at the interior, RENM dressed up the R8 V10 Spyder with plenty of carbon fiber doses, a digital display system with its very own gear indicator, and black leather seats with matching red stitching to complement the car’s hot red exterior finish.

In terms of engine capabilities, RENM Performance was able to raise the output under the R8 V10’s Spyder 5.2-liter V10 engine from the standard 525 horsepower and 391 lb/ft of torque to 600 horsepower and 431 lb/ft of torque.

All told, it’s as impressive a tune up work as we’ve seen with the Audi R8 V10 Spyder, and something RENM Performance should be very proud of.




16 comments:

This is so awesome! It looks perfect on its exterior features and design. However, I think it will be more impressive if they use a better engine on this like V12 engine. smiley

The engine output is what I really love about this Audi. I’m sure that it truly had a nice speed because on that which gives me the thought that I would love to try driving this. smiley

I really can’t help but get too excited about this car. Just take a look at those specs, they are really quite outstanding. And the bodywork is really something to be proud of too.

Yeah, right..The Spyder version is awesome and the performance is simply amazing. BTW, due to the convertible version I thought it would affect the performance of this car.

Well, I do admit that I’m quite admiring this Spyder version! And I think all of the
same version were beautiful. However, for this car I don’t think that they have made a major changes in the exterior!

Well, this car does look great and luxurious. Its amazing in Spyder version though
I have to say that the performance is not that great. For v10 technology I think its kind of less powerful.

Don’t forget to look at the performance of this car. I can’t believe that even if its convertible the figure performance is definitely awesome.

Let’s just admit that the red paint job looks good in Audi as well though I believe that its the trademark of Ferrari cars.

I would agree with you on that one, the back section of the car really looks good. On the other hand, the front grille is also another notable part.

One spot that I really like about this car is the back. It nicely curves out from the other exterior details and provides a nice finish to the whole of the car.

Yeah, I also don’t get why they get to think that the color is exclusively for this or that manufacturer only. I mean, come on, car makers can always make their own colors.

I also love the color on this one. But what I don’t understand is people thinking that red is only for Ferrari, that color matches Audi well too.

Yeah, me too. I definitely would want to take this car for a spin. By just looking at the ca, I know that this baby could really use some runs.

I’m quite impressed with the figure performance of this car for a V10 I think its so powerful. I want to test drive this car..

Wow! I like the red paint job of this car though I believe that this color should be for Ferrari only.

Wow! What can I say? This one is definitely a gorgeous looking car. And for once, I actually loved the look of Audi’s signature grille on this one.

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