Audi R8 V10 Plus Explained

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When Audi introduced the R8, the company released a range-topic model called the R8 GT. This was a limited edition featuring weight saving measures such as using carbon fiber parts, but since it all involved limited production, the costs were high.
The customers were thrilled by the R8 GT and thus Audi decided to make it a series model when they released the 2013 facelift for the R8. The recipe changed a little and so did the name, as the fastest R8 in the house is now called the R8 V10 Plus.

The supercar needs 3.5 seconds to cover the 0 to 62 mph sprint, but this figure doesn’t tell half the story. In fact, if you want to know exactly what differentiates the R8 V10 Plus from an normal R8, you can hit the “play” button below, as Audi is eager to tell you the story.

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