Future Audi Legends

Undoubtedly, Audi has created many iconic vehicles over the years. Here we have brought you some of the rarest, most powerful and most advanced of their time, which, if they haven’t already, will soon become legends.

1980-91 Ur Quattro Coupe

Turbocharged power and the introduction of the Quattro all-wheel drive system, together with a lightweight design, made this car a real racing car in the 80s of the last century. These cars became the foundation from which the current Audi brand began 37 years ago. This model is extremely rare and undoubtedly quite expensive for collectors, mainly due to the history and technology of its time.

2000-2001 B5 RS4

Audi created the B5 RS4 with the clear idea of showing that a seemingly standard car can be terribly fast. From 375 hp powered by a twin-turbo V6 engine, this machine can reach 0–100 km/h in less than 5 seconds, but then merge seamlessly into traffic.

1988-93 V8

Audi was already considered a German luxury car manufacturer before the V8 was introduced in 1988, but it was the car that really put them next to Mercedes and BMW. The big, beautiful V8 is in the same class as the BMW 7 Series or the Mercedes-Benz S-Class — cars for people who can choose to drive or drive. Power comes from a 3.6- or 4.2-liter 32-valve DOHC V8 engine with 276 hp, and even today, these cars have enough power for a comfortable ride.

2002-2004 C5 RS6 Avant

Although only 15 years old, this model is so powerful that it cannot be missing. This is a 450 hp family van that can go from 0 to 100 km/h in less than 5 seconds. and a top speed of 260 km/h. Such vans are not uncommon for high-end European manufacturers such as BMW and Mercedes-Benz, but rarely can any of them impress us so much.

1999-2006 Ur-TT

The TT was Audi’s first sports car, and although it was based on the humble Audi A3, it won the hearts of many. There’s no denying the classic shape and minimalist style, and its small size allows it to be competitive without much power. Available with 4-cylinder turbocharged or V6 engine, front-wheel drive or quattro all-wheel drive. It’s up to you whether you want a cute roadster or a serious car.

1999-2005 Allroad four

When the North American market initially went crazy for SUVs, Audi decided to try an upscale version of the A6 station wagon. Distinctive features — plastic trim, air suspension, wheels and tires for any off-road and the name — Allroad quattro. The model is equipped with a 2.7-liter twin-turbo V6, 2.5TDI and, on rare occasions, the iconic V8-ak — 4.2. Manual or automatic transmission at the customer’s choice.

1994-95 RS2 Avant

If Audi can lay claim to anything (other than a quattro) it’s fast station wagons equally suited to driving kids and smearing sports cars. It all starts with the RS2 Avant, which hit 100 km/h in 4.8 seconds. Impossible not to smile 315 hp and 410 Nm of torque. This cutie was built with the help of Porsche in the same factory as the 959.

1992-94 100/S4

Commonly referred to as the Ur-S4, this 5-cylinder turbocharged sedan is another sleeper that packs a lot of power. Stepping on the gas unleashes 276 hp. after turning the turbocharger and a torque of 350 Nm. These cars still look great and chances are they will continue to be produced. The larger Ur-S6, produced in 1995-97, was slightly larger, but almost the same.

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