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I dont know any specs or additional info on this one yet.

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audi has one of the best interiors.
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same thing as the bugatti?
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someone PLEASE find info/pics on the SUV on far left


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:wackit: all 3 of those cars.
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i think the one in the middle looks da best
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If I had to guess, that Audi is the Gallardo with an Audi skin.

That Nuvolari is just the fucking tits
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i read that the SUV is supposed to have 500HP!
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thats the pikes peak quattro concept, i believe it has the W12 engine in it. that lemans quattro is awesome, looks just like the veyron
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If Audi keeps this up i might have to betray BMW....hmmm new M5........NEVERMIND!
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That's what direct injection does for ya. 2 Turbos but still. 610HP from 5 liters is no small feat.

It is widely believed that direct injection was 90% of the reason of why Audi won so many Le Mans races in the past few years. They dominated like the GT40s did in the 60s.
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Hmmm...



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I mean...I see a lot of mid-engine action with VW/Audi. Could the next Audi TT be a mid-engined car? Too expensive, I'd guess.
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why too expensive for mid engine? Toyota Mr2 = mid engine and cheap as saggy ballz
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why too expensive for mid engine? Toyota Mr2 = mid engine and cheap as saggy ballz
True, but I mostly meant it from a "new platform" standpoint. For the TT to make sense economically, it has got to based on the Golf's platform. But then again, is the VW's roadster concept based on the Golf's platform?
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Audi’s 911 muscles in: Long awaited Porsche rival based on new baby Lambo


By GREG KABLE


Audi is using this week’s Frankfurt motor show to hint broadly at a new four-wheel drive, mid-engined flagship with the spectacular-looking concept car called Le Mans - in celebration of its trio of victories at the arduous 24 hour sportscar enduro.

It’s a curvaceous 200-plus mph two seater that lays bare the German car maker’s plans to take on the Porsche 911 Turbo with a twin-turbocharged 5.0-litre V10 powered supercar borrowing key mechanical components from the recently introduced Lamborghini Gallardo.


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Styled under the direction of Walter de’Silva, Audi’s head of design, the Le Mans was conceived to sit at the top of the Audi lineup as a showcase for its technical competence and to provide a tangible link between its motor racing activities and road car line-up.

Sources at Audi’s Ingolstadt headquarters say it forms part of a range of new models chairman Martin Winterkorn has already granted the green light for production. Others include the Pikes Peak SUV shown at the Detroit motor show in January as well as the Nuvolari coupe revealed at the Geneva motor show in March.

Audi has long hinted its intention to unleash a mid-engined supercar, having shown three highly cherished concepts – the Spyder, Avus and Rosemeyer – before. However, it has taken changes at the top of Audi parent company, Volkswagen, to get it onto the starting blocks.

You wouldn’t mistake the Le Mans for anything but an Audi. De Silva, who formerly headed up Alfa Romeo’s Centro Stile design studio and work at Volkswagen’s Spanish subsidiary Seat before being lured to Audi, has provided the Le Mans with a Bauhaus inspired appearance similar to that used on the TT, with a prominent cab forward stance and hi-tech detailing.

The nose is dominated by a striking grille modeled on those found on early Auto Union racers. It is bisected by a space reserved for the registration plate and flanked by two generous air intakes and slim line headlamps. Get used to the look because it will appear on the new-generation Audi A6 due out next year.

Other typical Audi styling cues include prominent wheel arches, high waist line and heavily curved roofline. Large side ducting along the trailing edge of the conventionally hinged doors help channel cooling air into the engine bay.

The tail has visual ties with the A8, while the rear wing adjusts to increase downforce, deploying at 75 mph and lowering again below 50 mph. The Le Mans is slightly shorter, wider and lower than the 911 Turbo. It also rides on a wheelbase that’s 12 inches longer than the Porsche at a lengthy 140 inches.

Power is put at 610 hp, accompanied by a gutsy 533 lb-ft of torque, coming from a longitudinally, mid-mounted twin-turbocharged 40-valve 5.0-litre V10 engine running Audi’s FSI direct injection technology. A naturally-aspirated version of the compact 90-degree powerplant already sees service in the back of the Gallardo. It’s no one-off show stealer, then!

Drive reaches the road via a clutchless six-speed manual gearbox with shift paddles behind the steering wheel and a permanent four-wheel drive system capable of varying the split between the front and rear axles. The nominal split is 40:60 but, with a torsen center differential apportioning power, it can continuously vary drive from 20:80 up to 70:20 depending on available grip.

Performance is well ahead of any current Audi model– the explosive 450 hp twin-turbocharged 4.2-litre V8 powered RS6 included. Computer simulations point to 0-100km/h in 3.7sec and 0-200km/h in 10.8sec – quicker in both instances than the 911 Turbo. Top speed is limited to 211 mph, though Audi hints the new car’s theoretical maximum is a couple of mph higher.

Audi’s claim that is considering the Le Mans for production is made all the more convincing by the fact that it is based around an aluminium space frame produced at the German firm’s Heilbronn plant – home to the A2, A6 and A8 - and shared with the Gallardo.

The suspension is conventional double wishbones. Audi says it has chosen firm settings to ensure the best possible road holding but has also equipped its new coupe with a new damping system dubbed AMD (Audi Magnetic Drive). It eschews conventional hydraulic fluid for a substance whose viscosity can be altered via electomagnetic impulses. The driver can control the damping via a switch on the steering wheel, choosing between what Audi describes as “an emphatically sporting” or a “more comfort orientated” setting.

Wheels are towering 20-inch centre lock items, carrying 255/30 rubber up front and race car like 295/30 at the rear. In line with the latest supercar trend, the brakes feature lightweight ceramic discs.
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Aha! One of the few times seeing the Germans follow the USAmerican's lead in performance enhancing innovations:

"...equipped its new coupe with a new damping system dubbed AMD (Audi Magnetic Drive). It eschews conventional hydraulic fluid for a substance whose viscosity can be altered via electomagnetic impulses. The driver can control the damping via a switch on the steering wheel, choosing between what Audi describes as “an emphatically sporting” or a “more comfort orientated” setting."
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By Chris Thorp

Lambo Power For 200mph Audi Stunner


n Audi beating with the heart of a Lamborghini - now that's what we call a supercar! The covers came off the stunning two-seater at this week's Frankfurt Motor Show, and it's called the Le Mans quattro concept. Audi hopes this is the model which will steal sales from Porsche's all-conquering 911 by 2005.

The sleek dream machine, based on Lambo's new Gallardo, certainly looks good, and promises thrilling performance to match. But this isn't the first time Auto Express readers have seen the Audi - we revealed the first images of the supercar in April 2002 (issue 698), when it was codenamed RSR.

Continuing the styling themes of the TT and Nuvolari concept from this year's Geneva Motor Show, the Le Mans has low-slung LED headlights and pronounced wheelarches. Striking 20-inch rims hide huge ceramic brake discs, and the visual treat continues at the rear, where a wide open Ferrari 360-style glass screen reveals the engine.

This is a mid-mounted 5.0-litre V10, producing a massive 610bhp thanks to twin turbos and the latest FSI technology. It's shared with the Nuvolari, but in the Le Mans the unit will offer staggering versatility thanks to an awesome 750Nm of torque produced as low as 1,750rpm. Power is fed through a six-speed sequential gearbox to all four wheels, and as a result the 0-60mph sprint is covered in 3.7 seconds.

More impressive still is a 0-200kmh (0-124mph) time of 10.8 seconds. Top speed has been limited to 155mph, but the true maximum is thought to be in the region of 214mph. Inside, there is space for two, and the most innovative area is the dash, where a digital readout can be programmed to display appropriate data, including maps of race tracks. It's controlled by switches on the steering wheel, and these can also be used to program the speed limiter, adjust the shock absorbers and manually deploy a rear spoiler - although this is activated automatically at 75mph.

Audi has yet to officially confirm the Le Mans will go into production, but our sources say it's a certainty. The car will hit roads within the next three years.
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Audi's first supercar - - By Greg Kable - - Source: Autocar


It might look like a Lamborghini Gallardo, but beneath the bodywork of this prototype sit the components for Audi’s upcoming Le Mans supercar. Codenamed AU714, the new two-seater should arrive in September 2006, prior to going on sale in the UK early in 2007. The price is tipped to start at around £68,000, and eventually extend to £85,000 for a Porsche 911 Turbo-chasing 5.2-litre V10 model due in 2008.

As these exclusive photographs taken at the Nürburgring circuit in Germany reveal, the Le Mans is based heavily on the Gallardo. Among the key components shared by both cars are the aluminium spaceframe, high-tensile steel floorpan, lightweight wiring loom, brake system and intricate double wishbone suspension. However, Audi sources say
a series of changes, including unique engines and electromagnetic dampers, will provide the Le Mans with a ‘vastly different character’ to the Gallardo’s.

The production version of Ingolstadt’s new performance flagship will ditch the aggressive look of Sant’Agata’s entry-level model for a more harmoniously styled
aluminium bodyshell similar to that seen on the Le Mans concept car from last year’s Frankfurt Motor Show.

Audi is working on two naturally aspirated powerplants to replace the show car’s 610bhp twin-turbocharged 5.0-litre V10. Early models are likely to receive an updated version
of the German car maker’s 4.2-litre V8. With direct injection and a raft of internal tweaks aimed at lowering reciprocating masses, the new engine is said to push out a gutsy 425bhp (up from 339bhp in the S4).

Also under development at the company’s Quattro GmbH facilities is a brand-new
40-valve 5.2-litre V10 engine. Unrelated to the 5.0-litre V10 in the Gallardo, it uses the same 88mm cylinder spacing and compact chain-drive system as Audi’s existing 90-degree V8.

The target output for the new engine is 520bhp – a solid 100bhp more than today’s Porsche 911 Turbo. Power will be sent to all four wheels via a second-generation DSG (dual-clutch) gearbox, re-engineered to handle the Le Mans’ high torque loads and provide even faster shifts. But although the new gearbox is virtually complete, Autocar’s sources say Audi board members are undecided over whether to go with a six-speed arrangement or an even more complex seven-speeder in a bid to match BMW’s new seven-speed SMG (Sequential Manual Transmission), as fitted to the new M5.

Along with new driveline, Audi is also preparing a new active-damping system for
the Le Mans. Dubbed Magnesport, it uses electromagnetic impulses to continuously alter the viscosity of the oil in the dampers, allowing for both Sporting and Comfort modes.


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What's with the rims? Does it come with those cool ones that'll extend out sideways and puncture the other guy's tires? Cause that'd make it undefeatable!

I'd like to see a supercar whose comfort mode really is comfortable. (Come on Honda, we need a 2nd gen NSX!)
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Audi 'nearer and nearer' to building Le Mans supercar - - By DIANA T. KURYLKO | Automotive News - - Source: Autoweek

GENEVA -- Audi is likely to put a supercar into production as its halo, says Audi AG Chairman Martin Winterkorn.

The automaker is "nearer and nearer" to giving the Le Mans quattro the green light, Winterkorn says. Audi showed the car at the 2003 Frankfurt auto show. It featured a 5.0-liter twin-turbo engine with 610 hp.

Audi based the show car on the architecture of the Lamborghini Gallardo. Volkswagen Group owns the Italian brand as well as Audi.

The Le Mans would be among several niche vehicles Audi plans to introduce to round out its product range, Winterkorn says. Audi targets global sales of 1 million vehicles by the end of the decade.

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Audi Lemans Quattro gets go ahead

So much for Audi "bailing from the HP wars".... :lies:

http://www.autocarmagazine.co.uk/new...p?na_id=214903

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Audi bosses have given the green light to the spectacular Audi Le Mans quattro supercar, Autocar can reveal.

A recent prototype of the car has been driven by Audi chairman Dr Martin Winterkorn and VW boss Bernd Pischetsrieder in the past two weeks, and both have agreed that the car should be committed to production. The Le Mans Quattro is expected to arrive in final production form in late 2006, with deliveries to customers likely in the first half of 2007.

Although the aluminium spaceframe concept car – first shown at the Frankfurt show in September 2003 – was powered by a 610bhp twin-turbo V10 engine, Audi sources say that no decision has been made over the car’s motive power – the project’s engineers have eight-, 10- 12- and 16-cylinder engines at their disposal. However, it’s rumoured that the 444bhp W12 unit is a favourite of Winterkorn’s. There’s also the new RS4’s 414bhp 4.2-litre V8 which could be suitable. Audi sources told Autocar that it was mindful of carefully positioning the Le Mans in the market, especially as Lamborghini is also part of the VW Group.

Company insiders are exceptionally confident of the Le Mans’ potential, saying it is aimed squarely at Porsche and Ferrari. Production volumes – and a price – have not yet been set, but we have told to expect an output of between 3000 and 5000 per year in both left- and right-hand drive depending on demand. Prices could start at around £60,000, making the entry-level car a direct rival for Porsche’s 911.

The styling has been finalised and is described as ‘a bit more sporty, but essentially the same shape’. Although the first version will be a fixed-head coupé, plans for a drophead are already being considered. And although Audi won’t run a factory race team, the company would ‘quite like’ to see privateers running the Le Mans.

The Le Mans was described by Dr Winterkorn as the ‘emotional flagship’ of the future Audi line-up. ‘It will be a hero at the top of the range,’ he said. Many in the company hope that the Le Mans will have the same effect on the whole brand that the original Quattro did in 1981. Winterkorn says that Audi is doing ‘what it said it would do’ by only building relevant concept cars. With the Q7 4x4 and Le Mans on the way, only the Nuvolari coupé is yet to be given the go-ahead.
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So basically, audi is building this car and pit against the Ferrari F430 and the Lamborghini Gallardo. That makes a lot of sense to make a car that is going to compete with a car that you currently make, the Gallardo.
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So basically, audi is building this car and pit against the Ferrari F430 and the Lamborghini Gallardo. That makes a lot of sense to make a car that is going to compete with a car that you currently make, the Gallardo.
I don't have a problem with it. Just because both cars are under the VW umbrella doesn't mean that there isn't a place for it. If they use the right engine, and position and price it correctly, then this car would be good competiton to the 911, while not stepping to much on the Gallardo's toes. I think the styling is much sexier than the Gallardo's geometric shape, personally.
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yeah, they are only adding to their arsenal of goodies... definitely a tasty morsel...
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It's about time Audi show how cool their design style is.
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Now all the big luxury names are getting into the supercar market. Only will be a matter of time before BMW resurrects the 8-Series, IMO.
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Now all the big luxury names are getting into the supercar market. Only will be a matter of time before BMW resurrects the 8-Series, IMO.
it wasn't quite up to the same performance level, but BMW did have the Z8... which is one bad ass ride........
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here are more pics of this beauty, for your viewing pleasure.

















more pics here:

http://www.seriouswheels.com/top-Aud...ro-Concept.htm
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WOW!! Exterior is excellent! Interior is Amazing!!!
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I love it.
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don't know if the production version's interior will look JUST like that, but, it'll be close and at least have the same influence. Hope they keep the steering wheel!!!
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