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Audi Quattro Concept

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Audi Quattro Concept
Audi
aka Type aka here, not up there
Introduction 2010 Paris Motor Show
Class Concept Car
Body Style 3-door, 4-seat Hatchback
Length length - type here
Width Width - type here
Height Height - type here
Wheelbase wheelbase - type here
Weight 2866 lb (1300 kg)
Transmission 6-speed Manual, AWD
Engine 2.5 litre turbocharged Inline-5
Power 408 hp @ N/A rpm
354 lb-ft of torque @ N/A rpm
Similar similar (competition)
Designer Designer (lead designer if it was a team effort)

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Audi reveals the all new Quattro Concept at the 2010 Paris Motor Show. The car is built on a RS5 platform with the wheelbase that has been chopped 5.9 inches, the rear overhang reduced by 7.9 inches and the overall height dropped 1.6 inches. Steel door panels have been replaced by aluminum, and most everything else inside and out is constructed of lightweight carbon fiber (right down Audi badges and rearview mirror). With featherweight power-operated carbon-fiber Recaro seats up front with no room for rear passengers, Audi keeps the weight to just 2,900 pounds just like it's ancestor.[1]

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Current

A1 · A3 · S3 · RS3 · A4 · S4 · A4 Allroad Quattro · A5 · S5 · RS5 · A5 Sportback · S5 Sportback · A6 · S6 · RS6 · A6 Allroad Quattro · A8 · S8 · TT · Q7 · R8 · R8 V10 · R8 Spyder · Q5 · R4 (upcoming) · A7 Sportback

Historic

50 · 80 · 90 · 4000 · 100 · 200 · 5000 · A2 · Quattro · RS2 Avant · S2 · UrS4/S6 · V8 · 72 · Cabriolet · Type M · RS4 · Type E

Racing

Quattro S1 · R8 LMP · R10 LMP · Sport · 90 IMSA GTO · R8 LMS (privateer) · R15 TDI · R15 TDI Plus · TT RS DTM · R18 TDI

Concept

Allroad Quattro Concept · Avantissimo · Avus Quattro · Steppenwolf · Le Mans Quattro · Nuvolari Quattro · Pikes Peak Quattro · Roadjet · RSQ (from I, Robot) · Shooting Brake · Rosemeyer · R-Zero · Cross Coupe Quattro · TT Coupe Concept · TTS Roadster Concept · Le Mans Quattro · Q7 V12 TDI Concept · Asso di Picche · A4 e Concept · Virtuea Quattro Concept · A1 Metroproject Quattro Concept · Cross Cabriolet Quattro Concept · R8 V12 TDi Concept · Q7 V12 TDI Coastline Concept · A3 TDI Clubsport Quattro Concept · TT Clubsport Quattro Concept · A1 Sportback Concept · A4 TDI concept e · R25 Concept · Sportback Concept · Quattro Spyder Concept · Q5 Custom Concept · R8 e-Tron Concept · e-Tron Concept · A1 e-Tron Concept · e-tron Spyder Concept · Quattro Concept · TT GT4 Concept

Other

TTS Pikes Peak


Auto Union · Audi Centre of Excellence · Audi Channel · Audi Driving Experience · ASF · S/RS Model List · Quattro All-Wheel Drive System · MMI · CVT · FSI · TDI


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