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Sport Quattro (Germany, 2014)

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Audi Sport Quattro
basic info
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Engine
V 8
Type
Fixed-head coupé
Displacement
244 cu in
Doors
3
Maximum torque
590 ft.lb
Seats
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Wheel Drive
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Luggage Space
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Transmission
--
Fuel
Petrol / Electric
Power-to-weight
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Kerb weight
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safety rating:
NCAP
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fuel efficiency
94.08 US MPG
CO2 emissions
59 g/km
Displacement
244 cu in
max power
568 hp
acceleration 0-100 km/h
3.7s
top speed
190 mph
price
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ownership cost:
annual
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insurance
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Fuel
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service
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tyres
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about this car

Audi introduced the Sport Quattro hybrid sports coupe to celebrate the Quattro's 30th anniversary. While the shape is familiar, the concept uses VW Group’s 4.0 TSI twin-turbo V8 with cylinder deactivation and hybrid motor between the engine and transmission for a total system output of 691hp (700ps) and 591lb-ft of torque (800Nm).  It will hit 100km/h in 3.7 seconds and a top speed of 305km/h (190mph). Even with all of the power, the car still emits 59g/km of CO2 and uses 2.5l/100km (94.09mpg US) of fuel.

The original Sport Quattro was introduced at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 1983 as the higher performance version of the Quattro sports coupe that launched in 1980. It had a 302hp turbocharged five-cylinder engine, all-wheel drive and a shorter wheelbase to homologate the car for the World Rally Championship.

The look of the Sport Quattro is a simplification of the original car probably because it is not being built to homologate a racecar. It ...


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