New Audi Quattro Concept

At the Paris Motor Show, Audi revealed a very sweet concept called the Quattro, becasue it’s a tribute to the legendary 1984 Sport quattro model and celebrates the 30th anniversary of the invention of the Quattro system that changed the game for Audi.

It is based on the RS5, and has everything it needs to become a successful modern-classic, but it’s just too good to be true! It’s a concept model and will never be produced.

To make look classic, they’ve shortened the wheelbase by 150 millimeters (5.91 in) and lowered the roofline by around 40 millimeters (1.57 in) compared to the RS5. Despite the looks though, it’s made of modern materials like carbon fiber.


The car has got a 408 hp engine mated to a six-speed manual gearbox which enables it to go from 0 to 100 km/h (62.14 mph) in only 3.9 seconds. Obviously it is also equipped with the latest edition of the Quattro system.

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