• 2011 Audi Quattro Concept Rally

Next to the standardQuattro concept, Audi has also displayed at the Paris Auto Show a rally version for it. However this model only was in display, with no official details on it. But if you take a look at the image, you will notice it comes painted in red, white and black as an homage to the early 1980s.

Besides this features it will be distinguished from the usual Quattro concept by a ventilated hood, a massive front lip spoiler, aerodynamic changes around the wheels, polycarbonate racing windows, a big rear wing and the German flag added on the sides. Like the standard concept it also gets center-locking 20-inch alloy wheels. It also gets numerous carbon fiber inserts and LED lights.

The Quattro Concept is powered by a five-cylinder turbocharged engine that delivers an impressive 408 HP and sprints the car from 0 to 60 mph in only 3.9 seconds.


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  (340) posted on 11.10.2010

A two door coupe but not slow and goofy like an A3, and not as long as an S5. Something like the BMW 1 Series.

  (648) posted on 10.4.2010

I like some of the concepts in the sketches better than the final render but I’m sure if it ever went into production it would be toned down significantly anyway.

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