Even in 2020, the entire automotive industry seemed too hung up on building the best EVs, some for the fastest 0-60 and others to boast about range. The excitement that was once associated with loud, powerful engines became ever so rare, and real car enthusiasts started to yearn for it. Audi was listening, and when they decided to release their halo car with a screaming V10, the car world had found its savior. Unlike many cars here that usually get a quick introduction, we believe that the Audi R8 doesn't need one, so let's jump into what makes the R8, more specifically, this R8 performance spec that happens to be on sale, known as the supercar that you can live with every day.
Audi's very fast and memorable R8, released in 2006, has achieved outstanding sales and performance thanks partly to the massive V10 engine under the hood. This permanent all-wheel drive car is stupendous on the road and track. With two generations under its belt, the Audi R8 has exceeded expectations and is considered one of the top sports cars available. A fascinating thing about the car is that this particular generation of R8 shares the same platform as the Lamborghini Huracan. A 2018 Audi R8 Quattro Spyder is up for grabs with just 4,532 miles on the odometer and looking as good as new. Why not be its next owner?
When Audi introduced their flagship sports car as the R8 in 2006, saying the car was a success is an understatement. It was referred to as a cheaper Lamborghini Gallardo with all the bells and whistles, and some might say even better handling and more features than the Gallardo. Its success propelled the R8 to the second generation which is currently available for sale. The first generation Audi R8 was produced from 2007 to 2015 and included many variants to choose from. This 2014 Audi R8 Quattro comes in the V10 Spyder variant with just 23,774 miles on the odometer.
Few auto brands can compare to what the Germans have to offer in terms of dependability and quality. Audi is one of the handful of companies with a German pedigree that offers vehicles with distinct personalities, which also combines luxury and sportiness. In 2008, Audi introduced the new version of the Audi R8 Quattro, marking the brand's first mid-engine exotic sports car. It has it all, a poster-car look, a thumping V8, heaps of power and surprising practicality. Even experts have praised the 2008 Audi R8's admirable handling and riding comfort. So, if you have bank, you can’t go wrong with this fine example of the 2008 Audi R8 4.2 Quattro. This specimen also have undergone a 2020 facelift and a juicy tune as well. It has completed a 56,000-mile journey and currently resides in Washington. With a few optional packages onboard, this four-ringed beast is ready for its new home.
Audi’s Q8 is a mid-size luxury SUV that shares a platform with distinguished company such as the Porsche Cayenne, Bentley Bentayga and Lamborghini Urus. It should, being Audi’s flagship SUV product, sitting above the Q7 and offering a sportier value proposition. Competing with the Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe, and BMW X6, the Q8 is a fine option for those who don’t want a Mercedes-Benz or BMW, but still want the best German quality and luxury. At the top of the pecking order sits the RS Q8 with ample power and performance, which is exactly the spec of this 2021 Audi RS Q8, that bears just 11,200 miles on its odometer. Will you take a chance on it? It’s a chance worth taking!
Audi, like it’s German luxury car manufacturing brethren is no stranger to range plugging. Do you want an A6, but with coupe-like styling, while retaining four-door practicality? The Audi A7 has been covering that area since 2010. Currently on its second generation, the A7’s styling has been particularly lauded, earning accolades such as ICOTY’s International Car of the Year 2012, AutoWeek’s Best of the Best Car for 2012, and Esquire’s 2011 Esquire Car of the Year for example. This 2017 Audi RS7 4.0T Quattro Tiptronic is the famed RS variant, a tag reserved for the most potent variant of a nameplate. Bearing just 54,000 miles, it’s a lovely example if you want performance, practicality, style, and luxury wrapped up in a four-ringed package.
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.
When Audi debuted the A7 in 2010, it aimed to offer a sportier and swoopier proposition to the typical A6 buyer who wanted something different. Sitting in the executive car segment, the A7 is officially called an executive luxury coupe car. The second generation arrived on the scene in 2018. Of course, you could also buy S and RS variants, and what we’ve got here is not a full mental RS, but a still potent 2020 Audi S7 Premium Plus. Bearing just 11,750 miles since new, it’s an ideal car for those who want style, substance, and some performance at will.
BMW and Mercedes-Benz take the cake as the most popular Bavarian-made cars geared toward luxury. Audi AG, with its roots established in 1909 makes some of the best amalgamated luxury-performance vehicles. 2010 saw Audi broaden their horizons with the introduction of the Audi A7. An executive luxury coupe car with an Audi-unique sloping roof and integrated boot lid, fastback-style. The first generation A7 was produced from 2010 to 2018, and during this time Audi introduced the performance version of the A7 in the form of the RS 7 which has some serious performance numbers. Up for grabs is a prime example of a 2017 Audi RS 7 Prestige with 63,950 miles on the odometer and some tasty upgrades.
The S and RS lineups from Audi are what AMG is to Mercedes-Benz. The moment you see that singular letter, or letter pairing on what seems to be a normal German sedan, you know it's a performance machine waiting to break loose. With it’s under the radar personality and performance to frighten aggressive-looking sports cars, owning one is truly a treat, just like this 2018 Audi S6 Prestige we have today. With a reported 39,500 miles on the clock and a Prestige package, plus Driver assistance package checked off factory options, what you get is a daily cruiser built to hit cornering apexes hard as well.
It's a known fact that the right car on the right road can help smooth out a tough day. Choosing the right car makes all the difference, and for many open-top driving on a B road is driving Nirvana. With the marketplace for convertibles packed to the rafters with multiple styling, trim, and performance, this 2017 Audi R8 V10 Spyder we have today can sure help narrow down your options. With just a reported 5,200 miles on the clock this is a performance machine with pedigree and a promise to ensure smiles every time you’re behind the wheel.
Of all the European luxury and sports car manufacturers, none other than Audi embraces the ethos of “Technology is the future.” Audi AG is well-known for producing some of the most exhilarating sports cars crammed with every bit of technology they can get their hands on. Their flagship sedan, the A8 series, absolutely embodies the company’s direction of technology to enhance. The A8 is well known for its sheer driving pleasure. While the A8 has been in production since 1994, an SUV equivalent was unavailable until 2018, when Audi introduced the Q8, a mid-size luxury crossover SUV, and the motoring world received it well. Up for grabs is a 2021 Audi RS Q8 with less than 7,900 miles on the odometer ready to grace your garage.
When Audi debuted the TT sports car in 1998, it was considered to be more for show, than for go. Sure, it packed Audi’s turbocharged engines, Quattro all wheel drive system and DSG gearbox, but the styling didn’t help it win a place as a performance machine. Over three generations, the TT would retain its distinctive shape and some of the cutesy styling, but gain the necessary performance chops as well, in the shape of the TT RS model. Only the most potent Audis are deemed worthy to wear the RS badge, so this 2018 Audi TT RS Coupe Quattro is definitely something. It’s got some mods as well, and bears just 28,500 miles since new.
The Audi R8 is one of the most iconic automobiles in the modern period of automotive history. It’s sleek, powerful and beautiful from every angle. It’s a work of class and precise German engineering. This particular R8 comes from a time when technology wasn’t as intrusive on the driver’s experience as it is today, and strikes a great balance. Not only that, being equipped with a number of added amenities, and only 30,000 miles on the clock, it’s a great choice if you are in the need or want of a sports car that is unique, fun to drive and can turn heads wherever you go.
As one of Germany's Big Three automobile manufacturers, Audi has carved a niche for itself with its blend of sports design and high level of technology. While Audi itself was founded in 1909 the company's roots date all the way back to 1899 as the A. Horch & Cie in Cologne. Their first Audi branded automobile called the Audi Type A 10/22, propelled them into recognition by the motoring world, and the rest is history. Audi Q series of SUVs was their first venture into the world of SUVs in 2005, and currently, the Audi Q8 is their flagship SUV model line. The Audi Q8 was introduced in 2018 and was made to compete with the likes of the BMW X6 and the Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class. Up for grabs is a 2019 Audi Q8 Prestige S-Line with 37,300 miles on the clock.
The battle for the fastest EV is fought day and night by leading manufacturers worldwide. Audi's answer to the world of modern speed and performance comes with this 2022 Audi RS e-Tron GT Sedan we have for you today. With just 3,900 miles reported on the clock, it's time you charged up and stepped into the future. This particular also comes with a Year One package, which makes this a deal you can’t miss out on.
The Audi R8 is a car that has been loved by automobile enthusiasts for many years, ever since its unveiling. The precise German engineering we all love, the iconic design and that sweet V10, there’s a lot to love about them. This 2012 is one such masterpiece that is ready to be driven home by a new owner. It’s new enough to have all the modern amenities you would need, but old enough to not feel like you’re driving a computer when at the wheel. Reportedly having only 64,000 miles on the clock, it’s a great option that comes with everything you would want from an R8.
Audi have gained a bit of a reputation in the last couple of years for building menacing sports sedans that surely look the part, and we all know that the RS range have been giving the folks at AMG and BMW’s M division a real run for their money, but holding the place as Audi’s flagship RS model is no small job, and this RS7 takes its role very seriously. Sure, there’s an extra set of doors and a rather inviting back seat, but don’t be fooled, this vehicle was meant for greater things, and by that we mean making you fall in love with Audi’s performance capabilities. This specific 2022 Audi RS7 is just off the shelf and is up for sale with 1,459 miles on the road, making it virtually brand-new.
The Germans are known for their precision and engineering prowess and look no further than this gorgeous 2021 Audi RS Q8 to see why. A stylish coupe-esque SUV that’s not only powerful and practical, but also gorgeous, this Audi will undoubtedly steal the show wherever it goes. Reportedly having been driven only 6,200 miles, it’s the perfect vehicle for you wherever you may go.
Audi was relatively late to the two-seat sports-car game when it launched the R8 in 2006. Nevertheless, it entered with a bang, sporting a mid-engined configuration, and super-sharp looks that led to it being Tony Stark’s personal ride in the Iron Man films. Of course, having Lamborghini under the Volkswagen Audi Group umbrella helped, as the R8 sits on the same platform as the Lamborghini Gallardo, and shares the V10 with it as well. This 2014 Audi R8 Spyder is perfect if you want to bag yourself an R8 and enjoy a Tony Stark vibe on every trip in it. Coming from New York, it bears just 22,100 miles since new.
Audi stands tall side-by-side with Mercedes-Benz, and BMW, as one of the best-selling luxury vehicle manufacturers from Germany. While Audi has its roots in 1909, it picked up steam after Volkswagen's acquisition in 1969. Audi's slogan “Vorsprung Durch Technik“ which translates to “Being Ahead through Technology”, is deeply embedded and embraced by the company, and is evident by their introduction of revolutionary and next-gen tech into their vehicles. Arguably, Audi's most fun car to drive is the Audi TT, which was introduced in 1998 and is currently in its third generation. The TT is a 2-door sports car that has excellent maneuverability. This 2018 Audi TT RS 40 Years of Quattro tribute model is a gem to behold and comes with just 30,400 miles on the clock.
The German luxury automobile manufacturer Audi bears the four rings logo with pride. The rings signify the four companies that came together to produce Audi. Their origins date back to the 20th century and are considered as one of the best-selling luxury automobiles in the world. Under the Volkswagen Group, Audi experienced many changes that propelled the brand to newer heights, through which they were able to the mid-engined 2-seater sports car the Audi R8. Produced in 2006, the Audi R8 is currently on its second generation. Up for grabs is a 2008 Audi R8 with just 36,000 miles on the clock.
One of Europe’s most well-known luxury vehicle manufacturers is Audi. While has been a subsidiary of Volkswagen Group since the 1960s, Audi has been in the automotive industry since the early 20th century. Under Volkswagen's leadership, Audi is considered as one of the best-selling luxury automobile producers in the world, standing side-by-side with the likes of BMW and Mercedes-Benz. The brand’s subcompact luxury crossover SUV the Audi Q3 has been in production since 2011 with the SUV being available in the US since 2015, and the second generation of the Q3 was released in 2018. This 2017 Audi Q3 Premium is up for sale with just 76,000 miles on the clock and available to be seen in the Sunshine State, Florida.
If you don’t feel like a Mercedes-Benz or BMW person, there’s always Audi. They are the option for those who seek a difference from the two big German luxury automakers. Audi has a broad range of vehicles, including sedans, coupes, convertibles, SUVs, and sports cars. In 2010, they debuted their A7, which is a full-size luxury fastback that slots right between the A6 and A8. Lauded for its styling, the A7 is a head-turner, and like most Audis, comes in S7 and RS7 forms too. This 2018 Audi RS7 Performance is the fastest first-generation A7 that can be gotten. With just 40,000 miles under its belt, you can look forward to plenty of thrills in luxurious comfort.
The early noughties was time for change. High tech offerings were becoming the norm. Automotives greatest like the Lamborghini Gallardo and other Italian offerings was claiming the award for the best poster car worldwide. Lamborghini is owned by the Volkswagen group and in 2003 there was a special announcement, namely that another German powerhouse was to share components with the Lamborghini Gallardo of the time. After much teasing and concept reveals the Audi R8 came to life, took the world by storm, and never looked back. The Audi R8 played a big part in Hollywood on many occasions, most notably as superhero Ironman’s choice of ride, He sure chose well. With this 2008 Audi R8 4.2L V8 we have today, this is your way of being Ironman every time you go out for a drive. What's better? This car has just 60,000 miles reported since new!
When Audi introduced the R8 sports car to the world, it was well-received. In fact, many media outlets called it the car to beat the then-current Porsche 997-variant of its popular 911, as well as referred to it as one of the best sports cars ever made. The second generation debuted during 2015 and continues in production. First-generation R8s are hot property, and this 2015 Audi R8 V10 Coupe is of that desirable generation, after the 2012 facelift which the model received. This South Carolina car bears just 29,783 miles and offers a Lamborghini-derived V10 to enjoy.
With manual transmissions coming to a sad end, it's becoming increasingly rare to find exotic supercars sporting them. A well-engineered automatic transmission is quicker than any manual transmission. However, in terms of driving feel and exquisite experience, a manual transmission is the way to go. With rarity driving up prices, it's time you invested in this 2010 Audi R8 5.2 Quattro MT6 Coupe. Located in Texas and with just 19,860 miles on the clock, this is reported to be a very high spec Audi R8.
Although seen more as a premium brand, the German automotive manufacturer decides to dabble in supercars with the Audi R8. When Audi announced the Audi R8 in 2006 it took the motoring world by storm, although with Lamborghini under its control, perhaps it shouldn’t have been such s surprise. This two-seater sports car is a dream to own and drive, lauded by experts of the press no end. And now, it’s a dream that can be fulfilled with this 2015 Audi R8 V10 coupe. This low-mileage example has just 7,700 miles on the clock and is available in Massachusetts.
The third option in German premium automotive manufacturers, Audi has cultivated an ardent and dedicated following who do not run with the herd towards Mercedes-Benz or BMW. A company with a rich history spanning over 100 years, their most important claim to fame is probably the Quattro four-wheel-drive system. Audis are known to be comfortable and pulse-calming cars brimming with tech and distinctly different design, but should you desire your Audi to go like a scalded cat, there’s the S and RS variants for you to choose. Audi’s A7 is an executive car-sized Sportback which is akin to a four-door coupe. Introduced in 2010, the model’s second generation debuted in 2018. If you’re looking for the fastest A7 variant, here’s a 2022 Audi RS7 in all its glory. It’s got just 530 miles and comes from Florida.
After being given a complete rework on cosmetics, as well as a new selection of drivetrains, the current second-gen Audi A5 series was released in June 2016, with the RS5 making its debut at the New York Auto Show two years later. Like the previous generation, the new RS5 didn't differ massively in terms of looks when compared to the regular A5, but there were a few details that ever so slightly gave away its racing heritage. We'll go throw that further down this read. For now, what's most important is that this magnificent example of German auto craftsmanship of a 2019 Audi RS5 Sportback is currently up for sale in Florida with 13,900 miles on the road.
Manufacturers are constantly trying to push their limits at producing the best cars in terms of features and design be it the everyday four door saloon car or the performance car designed to burn their tyres off in a matter of minutes. Chances are if you were on the lookout for a daily driver, you would be spoilt for choice. Specifically, if you were on the lookout for a one made in Germany. The A5 marque has been Audi’s answer to the two-and-four door sedan and coupe executive market and has been a top seller for the brand, but what if you are they type that likes to mix practicality with a bit of a pep in your step. Audi has you covered with the RS5 which is available in coupe and convertible fashions. This is a 2015 Audi RS5 Coupe from New York with just 18,657 miles on the clock, both keys are available, and it cuts a fine dash!
The German luxury vehicle manufacturer Audi has a long and complex history. Though currently a subsidiary of Volkswagen Group initially it was founded as an amalgamation of Horsch and the Audiwerke, and two other vehicle manufacturers DKW and Wanderer, and was named Auto Union. The current iteration of Auto Union was relaunched in 1960 as the Audi brand when Volkswagen acquired Auto Union from Daimler-Benz. Audi’s slogan of “Vorsprung durch Technik”, meaning "Being Ahead through Technology" is still maintained and highly prized, as their vehicles are packed with technology and luxury. Audis first venture in the SUV segment was in the form of the Audi Q7 released in 2005, and they turned up the luxury in 2018 with the launch of the Q8 which is positioned as a mid-size luxury crossover. This is a 2020 Audi RS Q8 with just 7203 miles from new.
The first impression someone receives upon hearing the brand name Audi is refinement, comfort, sensibility, and suave dressing. This time around, they've adopted a fresh approach while still providing the elegance Audi fans desire, and the development aspects speak for themselves. The Audi R8 is based on the Lamborghini Gallardo and Huracán. It is exclusively designed and developed by Audi Sport GmbH (quattro GmbH) which is Audi’s private subsidiary specialized in high performance automotive parts. The car also holds the record for being the first production car with full LED lights. This outstanding 2017 Audi R8 V10 Plus is a second-generation R8. Spanning from 2015 to the present, the second generation received a stronger power plant and a new and aggressive exterior design. This car is based in Virginia, has just 17,489 miles on the odometer, is loaded with carbon fiber trimmings inside and out, and has a tasty performance upgrade as well!
Each RS is from Audi's range of top-flight, high-performance models. The Audi RS7 is the hottest edition of the Audi A7, featuring outrageous power figures and impressive refinement. Being a staggeringly fast sports car while not sacrificing practicality, this sedan is undoubtedly one of the world's elite sedans. This example of 2015 Audi RS7 has some tasty upgrades up its sleeves, increasing power over a standard RS7. With a turbocharged V8 engine under the hood, this RS7 has done 50,000 miles and is located in Florida.
Although relative new-comers to the supercar game back in 2011, Audi’s R8 was already a statement of automotive exotica. This, being a first-generation car, is actually based on the Lamborghini Gallardo, with chassis and engine components being shared with the legendary Italian supercar. Our subject car is a 2011 R8 V10—an upgrade from the introductory V8 that was originally offered. This tastefully-optioned supercar features several upgrades that help differentiate it from the run-of-the mill specimens. Located in Wisconsin and with just 18,100 miles on the clock, this could just be the Teutonic supercar you’re looking for.
This 2017 Audi R8 is a prime example of a well maintained super car. This vehicles has been stored in a climate controlled garage since purchased. Customized with Vorsteiner wheels and a stylish window tint, the car perfectly balances sport and class. Powered by a 5.2L V10 engine, all 540 horsepower can be put to the ground through its all wheel drive drivetrain. The color combination is a difficult find in today's market, as the Rotor Gray interior is a rarely produced color option. For Buyers desiring an OEM look the Seller will include the original Audi wheels with the sale. Contact us with any further questions or requests.
Featuring a 335-horsepower turbocharged 3.0-liter V6, quattro all-wheel drive, a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, and a 48-volt electric hybrid system, the 2019 Audi A7 Sportback is the first year of a new generation of A7. This example is finished in Mythos Black Metallic over Pearl Beige leather. Showing just under 3,000 miles, this one-owner 2019 Audi A7 is for sale from Exotic Car Trader with two key fobs, a clean title, a clean Carfax, and an active 4 year / 50,000-mile factory warranty.