We think it's pretty obvious that this R8 is painted in Yellow Mango, a color that seems very similar to Vegas Yellow which has been getting a lot of attention since appearing on the TTS and S1 supermini. Unless we are mistaken, Neckarsulm also hosted a Vegas Yellow R8 V10 last March.
The one significant difference is that the Spyder model has silver paint on the windshield frame, the same kind of color you see in the gas filler cap. We also notice that the carbon fiber mirror option has been used.
From the back, we see that this is a regular V10 model, since it has no fixed rear wing. Unfortunately, you also can't check out the jewel that is the 5.2-liter engine because the engine cover is not made of glass any more. But that's a problem you also get with the 488 GTB and 650S Spider models, so we can't blame Audi too much.
With the roof out of the way, we have a much better view of the interior. The Virtual Cockpit system has been around for several years now, but it hasn't gotten old. Of course, it's flanked by Alcantara and carbon fiber trim, something Audi has offered even on the new TT-RS.
So we want to know, if you had the money to buy one, would you get the R8 as a coupe or convertible? Or would you get the TT RS and save the rest for the family SUV?