2019 Audi Sport Performance Parts R8 Edition

Each example is priced at ‘176,560 OTR, and all feature the same exceptional specification that ratchets up exclusivity for this ultimate Audi racing car for the road.

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Audi R8 Sport Performance Parts 2019: Ultra-hardcore version of V10 Plus announced

There are low-volume special editions, and then there’s the Audi Sport Performance Parts. There will be just 44 examples of the new hardcore version of the brand’s R8 V10 Plus’supercar offered globally.
The Sport Performance Parts edition forgoes extra power from the R8’s V10 engine (good for 449kW and 560Nm) in favour of better handling and more downforce, with Audi declaring it ‘proof that performance isn’t purely a function of power output’.
The Sport Performance Parts’ new carbon-fibre aero kit was designed in Audi’s wind tunnel, and includes a new and massive rear wing and a new diffuser. The front splitter and air inlets help push the nose into the tarmac, too

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Audi Sport Performance Parts R8 V10 Plus Is Strictly Limited To 44 Units

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  • Date: 2018-07-11T12:13:01+00:00
  • Author: Mircea Panait
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Audi R8 Spied With New Bumpers, Oval Exhaust Tips Could Be GT Model

[UPDATE] Additional images have been added at the end of the gallery. These are showing a red prototype, which did not have the rear wing.

Spy shots of an updated R8 date back to early October 2017 and this new batch of images reconfirms Audi is about to make some changes to its V10 machine. Changes start at the front where there’s a redesigned bumper featuring bigger side intakes with a mesh pattern similar to the front grille. Speaking of which, the corporate singleframe grille adopts the new look seen in recent Audis, with a narrower and wider configuration.

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Audi R8 spied with new bumpers, oval exhausts could be GT model

The most obvious changes have occurred at the back where the bumper has been redesigned to accommodate the two oval exhaust tips, which lead us to believe we could be looking at a new R8 GT. The mesh pattern seen at the front has a correspondent on the car’s derriere where it extends from one corner to the other, thus being significantly wider than on the current R8 V10 Plus.

Interestingly, even the side profile is slightly different than what we’re used to, taking into account the side sills have an opening nearly as long as the doors. It’s probably there to boost airflow and enhance the R8’s aerodynamic efficiency all for the sake of further increasing performance.

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