2011 Audi R8 V10 on 2040-cars
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UP FOR SALE IS ONE OF A KIND 2011 AUDI R8 COUPE 5.2L V10 ENGINE, WHITE EXTERIOR OVER RED LEATHER INTERIOR AND BLACK
SUEDE HEADLINER(VERY RARE COLOR COMBO).
ONLY 29,700 ORIGINAL MILES, COMES WITH THE AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION, FULLY LOADED WITH CARBON INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR
PACKAGE, LED HEADLIGHTS, NAVIGATION, REAR BACK UP CAMERA, JUST SERVICED, ALARM, GARAGE KEPT, IN EXCELLENT CONDITION
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Auto blogWed, 26 Jun 2013 13:30:00 EST
Looking across the Audi landscape, many models that used to get the company's high-revving, naturally aspirated 4.2-liter V8 are now powered by smaller, yet similarly powerful, forced-induction engines. From what Auto Express is reporting, though, the next-generation Audi R8 will not meet this same fate.
Rather than ditching its V8 and V10 powerplants, the next-gen R8 - expected to debut in 2015 - will shed pounds from its curb weight. The 2014 R8 currently weighs between 3,583 pounds and up to 3,957 pounds, but the report says that engineers are targeting a weight of less than 3,300 pounds. All models will get cylinder deactivation, which along with lower curb weights should help to improve fuel economy and emissions. Head on over to Auto Express for more reported information as well as a handful of renderings that take a stab at how the next R8 may look.
The five-door Sportback concept may be garnering the lion's share of attention as far as the TT goes, but that's just for show. The more tangible news from Audi's stylish sports car range at the
this year is the Roadster.
Like its predecessors, the new Audi TT Roadster ditches the coupe's fixed roof and rear seats in favor of an open two-seat cockpit with a traditional folding fabric enclosure that's quieter and lighter than the previous TT's mechanism.
What kind of watch do you wear?
Especially today, when wearing a wristwatch is practically obviated by the near-ubiquitous use of cellphones, the timepiece found on one's arm makes a statement about how people perceive themselves.
A sport watch from Nike or Garmin would seem to indicate enthusiasm for athletic pursuit. Inexpensive fashion statements from Nixon or Nooka could signify a love of high design. Splashing out on a true luxury timepiece from Rolex, Bell & Ross or Breitling serves as a sort of human plumage display to connote, "I have thousands of dollars - at least - of disposable income."