Audi has announced a new, constrained-operate R8 model dubbed “Eco-friendly Hell” to commemorate its achievement on a minimal piece of country road in Germany known as the Nürburgring. Potentially you’ve got read of it?
While ‘Ring fever has subsided more than the previous 10 years or so, its nickname is identified to lovers throughout the world. Audi is tapping into that collective reverence with a fifty-device operate of the new exclusive edition centered on its R8 V10 General performance variant to mark Audi Sport’s five 24 Hrs of the Nürburgring victories with the R8 LMS race car courting again to 2012.
“We are synonymous with high overall performance — in both of those sequence generation and motorsport,” claimed Audi Sport boss Julius Seebach in the R8 Eco-friendly Hell’s formal announcement. “The R8 road sports activities car and the R8 LMS racing car had been made and designed jointly all-around 50 percent of their elements are similar. The R8 Eco-friendly Hell edition model draws on the proximity to motorsport, though also having to pay tribute to our famous victories on the Nürburgring.”
A “Eco-friendly Hell” edition experienced greater be environmentally friendly, correct? The default end for the offer is Tioman, as pictured below, but Audi will promote you one particular in Ibis white, Daytona grey or Mythos black, if you definitely insist on staying contrarian. No matter of shade choice, you’ll get the hood, a-pillars, roof and the rear conclude in matte black, doorways with your car’s serial amount made to mimic racing livery, the “Eco-friendly Hell R8” symbol on each individual facet “blade” and a gloss black windshield encompass.
Within, there are much more “Eco-friendly Hell” logos just about everywhere, alongside with a environmentally friendly contrast-stitching topic through all of the comfortable-touch inside trim aspects. Underneath, it is really a operate-of-the-mill, 611-horsepower R8 V10 General performance, if you can even say this kind of a point.
Audi says the R8 Eco-friendly Hell will go for 233,949.59 euros, or about $275,000 at the time of publication. Practically nothing operate-of-the-mill about that.