In 2006, Audi debuted a stunning sports car in the shape of the mid-engined R8. Sporting Audi’s signature 4.2L V8 and later 5.2L V10 engines, the R8 is in fact based on the Lamborghini Gallardo. This beautiful car could be had as a coupe or convertible and went on to pick up many accolades, including ‘Best Handling And Fastest Car In The World of 2007’ by UK-based Autocar magazine, as well as ‘Car Of The Year’ by Playboy Magazine in 2008, among a list of such plaudits. Has an R8 been on your lust list? If so, this 2010 Audi R8 4.2 Quattro Heffner Twin Turbo is a very attractive candidate. Coming from Michigan, it’s done just 33,000 miles so far.
Penned by Walter Da Silva, the R8 was recognized for its futuristic styling the moment it hit showroom floors. This 2010 Audi R8 4.2 Quattro Heffner Twin Turbo cranks that up even further with its black paintjob, carbon fiber wide body, carbon fiber side blades and carbon fiber engine compartment. Rolling on a set of black aftermarket wheels, the only splashes of color in the side profile are the electric green brake calipers and ‘Heffner Twin Turbo’ graphics. Climb aboard into the cockpit that’s an affair for two, and you are greeted by a very Germanic interior in black. Clear and neat analog dials face the driver, with a leather and carbon fiber look steering wheel, and carbon fiber look paddle shifters as well. Metal sport pedals, climate control, electric seats, premium audio system with 6-disc CD changer and an aftermarket touchscreen infotainment system are part of the creature comforts on offer.
This 2010 Audi R8 4.2 Quattro Heffner Twin Turbo packs the aforementioned 4.2L V8 engine that would have put out a healthy 414hp and 317lb-ft of torque in naturally-aspirated guise, but this car has received the aforementioned Heffner Twin Turbo kit with new turbos and less than 20 miles done after an engine rebuild. We don’t know how much power it’s putting out now, however a Car and Driver test of a V8 R8 with the Heffner kit in 2010 revealed 625hp on regular 93-octane, and up to 685hp on 100-octane. This car also has active adjustable suspension, limited slip differential and a rear stabilizer bar. Power is sent to all four wheels via a six-speed Graziano automated manual gearbox with paddle shifters and limited-slip differential.
Car Location- Michigan Carbon Fiber Wide Body Heffner Twin Turbo Less Than 20 Miles On New Engine Build New Turbos Active Suspension Adjustable Suspension Limited Slip Differential Paddle Shifter Rear Stabilizer Bar Carbon Fiber Engine Compartment
Carbon Fiber Side Blades