Audi reveals new Quattro concept design for Frankfurt 2013
Petrolheads who are aware of the '1984 Sport Quattro' know the legacy that the badge holds when it comes to rally and motor sports. Audi has now released sketches of its new Quattro concept. To revive the spirit of the Sport Quattro, Audi will display the Quattro supercar concept at the Frankfurt Auto Show next month.
The Sport Quattro concept is a limited production, plug-in hybrid. The car will be powered by the combination of a 4.0-litre V8 twin-turbo engine, which develops around 600PS, and a 170PS electric motor. The mammoth cumulative output of near 800PS will also have a permanent all-wheel drive system transferring power to the road. Acceleration to 100 from standstill is expected to take somewhere around 3.5 seconds.
A carbon-fiber frame, configurable TFT display, four LED headlight units, adaptive sports suspension, limited slip differential and ceramic brakes are added features
The concept will be based on Audi's modular-longitudinal MLB architecture and will take heavily from the RS7. A carbon-fiber frame, configurable TFT display, four LED headlight units, adaptive sports suspension, limited slip differential and ceramic brakes are added features and will make it to the production models.
"We have a great history with Quattro four-wheel drive, and this will be reflected by what we have in store for the Frankfurt motor show," said Audi.
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