Under the hood is the 5.2 liter V10 engine which comes with 552horsepower which gets to a top speed of 320km/h. It gets you from zero to hundred in 3.6 seconds, think about that. of course with the lighter body where they have shed off some 100kilograms from its original version and an engine this powerful, the speed in this one is mind-boggling. It looks sharper with the design being fine-tuned and enhanced where Audi has also upgraded its aerodynamics. It also comes standard with LED headlamps and 19 inch wheels. This 5 twin-spoke Y design rims surely makes the car looks more aggressive, so one might reconsider ‘messing’ with it.

To keep the car light enough to be fast, they have put in thinner glass in the windshield as well as using polycarbonate on the rear hatch window and other parts. They have also fitted in a 1.2kilgoram less rear wing and 2.6 kilogram lesser bonnet. They also used CFRP (Carbon Fibre-Reinforced Plastic) on the rear hatch as well as on its side-blades and the rear bumpers too.

For the R8 GT, you will also get some cool features like 2 alternative wheels, a CFRP Engine Compartment lining and a front splitter that follows the body color. Apart from that you will also get a multi-function steering wheel, R8 GT emblems on the floor mats, seat belts that come either in red, grey or orange and red colour CFRP door sill trims. Apart from that you also will like the R8 GT emblems fitted nicely around the car, in case you forget, which you will most likely not. There are 4 colour choices in this roadster where you can choose either Suzuka Grey metallic, Samoa Orange Metallic, Phantom Black Pearl Effect and Ice Silver Metallic. If you are a race-crazed person, then you can opt for the Race Package that comes with bolt-in rollbar, four point belts and such.

 

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