Audi Releases Special Sports Models

April 12, 2017 lacarguy Uncategorized Tags: , , , ,

Audi has long been known as a cutting-edge auto maker with top-end vehicles that go fast and perform well. That’s why it should come as no surprise to anyone that the auto maker is going to release a series of vehicles designed for use on a real track. These will be known as Audi Sport models, and a series of these vehicles will be released in the next two years.

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Audi Sport Models

Audi has achieved much of its innovation through serious racing. It’s that racing heritage that has led the way to major enhancements over time. It’s those same innovations that will make picking up an Audi Sport model so exciting./ That’s because these models are going to be based on all that track time, and should perform really well compared to other sports vehicles on the market today.

Eight Models Released

According to Audi, there are going to be a total of eight different models put out over the next 24 months. That means that over the next two years Audi fans will witness a series of race-inspired vehicles released for public use. These cars will be designed for use on tracks, and will work well for corporate racing and other activities outside of professional races.

Audi has a history of dominating in long-distance races and other serious events, and now the automaker will capitalize on those capabilities by using them to sell more cars to the public. These ones are powerful enough to win casual races, and they should be a blast to drive around compared to other vehicles not designed for the track.

The Sport Models

There are quite a few different vehicle types that will all be made with special sport models. The 2017 R8 Spyder, the RS 5 Coupe, the 2018 TT RS and the RS3 from both 2017 and 2018 will come with a Sport model option, giving you plenty to choose from with additional options coming in the future as well.

If you’re looking for the best level of vehicle performance, these Audi Sport models are worth a serious look.

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