2007 - Audi S8 on 2040-cars
Ormond Beach, Florida, United States
2007 Audi S8 15,000.- in Receipts past 6 months to get this Monster as close as possible to Brand New Brand New Parts & Services Listed Below Miltek Exhaust --New Valve Cover Gaskets ( 200.-) --New Valve Cover Heads ( 990.-) --New Spark Plugs all Iridium for Better & Quicker Spark ( 150.-) --New Coils ( 300.-) --New O2 Sensors ( 1,600.-) --New Front Air Shocks ( 3,000.-) --New Xenon Headlight Bulbs ( 550.-) --New Intake ( 650.-) --New Hoses & Clamps ( 220.-) --New Battery ( 275.-) --New Front Controls, Bushings, Control Arm Bushings, Sway Bar Bushings, Rods ( 3,200.-) --All Valves Have Been Removed And Carbon Build Up Cleaned up Manually (Labor 1,900.-) V10 5.2L Lambo Engines are Bullet Proof But they till have Carbon Build Up after 60 70 thousand miles. I spent ton of money & Time to clean this one Manually. New Owner Does WORK DONE IN DECEMBER 2014 Air Compressor for the shocks have been replaced ( 990.- w/ labor) All Brakes have been Replaced Brand New Rotors all around Brand New Pads all around All Brake Sensors replaced ( 1.500.-) --Yokohama Advan Tires w/ 65% Life left --20 inch Wheels with very minor road rash --iPod connection 2 Tone Leather Interior Carbon Fiber Package Alcantra Headliner Brushed Stainless Steel Rear Power Shade Side Shades Rear Navigation Soft Close Doors (All Working) Rear View Camera Superb Paint and Interior I did everything @ The Dealership to make sure all parts and labor had warranties and nothing was short cut Oil Changed every 3,000 Miles All Work Done @ an Authorized Audi Dealer in Miami Florida All receipts on Hand This Monster has 450 Horsepower from factory It has a Miltek Exhaust System that retails for 3,500.- ++
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Auto blogFri, 31 Oct 2014
'Tis the season of chocolate, and as we sit at our desks eating entirely too many Reese's Peanut Butter Cups, we're left salivating over this particular Audi TT. Aside from the fact that it's the new, third-generation model, which is a darn desirable in and of itself, it's also covered in chocolate. Yes, chocolate.
There are 27,000 individual pieces on this two-door coupe, and they've been affixed courtesy of Belgian chocolatiers Joost Arijs. The sweet car was developed for a lifestyle and design exhibition in Kortrijk, Belgium.
Take a look at the confectionary-covered coupe in the video from WOW TV.
Now that we're kinda-sorta-maybe-slowly thawing out from this horrible winter, automakers are moving away from the harsh extremes of winter testing and taking their new wares for laps around the infamous Nürburgring. What better way to kick off the sports car testing season than some fresh shots of the next-generation Audi R8 supercar?
Despite the slick coupe's shape not changing too much, details under that camouflage reveal styling elements that are more squared off and angular - similar to what Audi has done with its 2015 TT coupe. Don't be fooled by those square taillamp holes in the camo out back, either - look closely and you'll see a stylish LED lamp design.
Expect some 100 to 200 pounds to be shaved off the next R8's curb weight.
Quattro, the trademark name Audi has put on its all-wheel-drive system engineered for passenger vehicles, recently celebrated its five-millionth installation. The driveline has been offered in more than 140 different vehicles since its introduction more than three decades ago.
The all-wheel-drive technology made its world debut at the 1980 International Geneva Motor Show, beneath the floorpan of the Quattro Coupé, a low-volume two-door. It didn't take consumers long to embrace Audi's innovative approach. While most four-wheel-drive systems at that time utilized heavy transfer cases or second cardan shafts, Quattro was virtually tension-free, light, compact and efficient. Most importantly, enthusiasts found it was especially suitable for sports cars.
Today, the automaker offers Quattro on its full line of passenger vehicles and it is unquestionably successful (the technology enjoyed a 43 percent take rate in 2012). On models with transverse-mounted engines (A3 and TT), Audi uses an electronically controlled multi-plate clutch with hydraulic actuator. Under normal conditions, the clutch sends power almost exclusively to the front wheels (if wheel slippage occurs, up to 100 percent of the torque may be sent to the rear). Vehicles with transverse-mounted engines (A4, A5, Q5, etc...) use a self-locking center differential sending 40 percent of the engine torque to the front axle and 60 percent to the rear under normal conditions (it is able to send the majority of the power to the axle with better traction when needed). The highest-performing Quattro systems use torque vectoring to further improve cornering grip and speeds.