Limited to 30 models in the US, the Panther Edition will be the first approach to get Audi’s new rear-wheel-drive R8 supercar.
Audi uncovered the super-exceptional R8 Panther Edition on Wednesday, which officially commences deals of the new back tire drive version of the company’s supercar in the US. The name is somewhat unusual, better believe it, yet the vehicle itself is cool.
Panther refers to the outside shading – Panther Black Crystal Effect, to be accurate. Notwithstanding that dark shade, the Panther Edition gets carbon reflect lodgings, matte black 20-inch wheels with red accents, a black and-red inside plan, dashing shell seats, Alcantara trim and weaved floor mats.
Other standard gear incorporates the R8’s game fumes, a Bang and Olufsen sound framework, enlightened entryway ledges and the sky is the limit from there.
Limited to only 30 coupes in the US, each Panther Edition will utilize the R8’s new back tire drive design. The supercar’s normally suctioned V10 motor produces 532 pull and 398 pound-feet of force, which Audi says is useful for a 0-to-60-mph run of 3.6 seconds.
Various little mechanical changes help the RWD R8 keep its on-street artfulness, and if it’s in any way similar to the old R8 RWS, it’ll be a goddamn delight.
Search for the 2021 R8 Panther Edition to hit Audi vendors this month, valued from $186,495, including $1,495 for objective and a required $1,700 clunker charge (womp). The Panthers will be the first rear-drive 2021 R8s to hit the States this year, yet don’t stress, the standard-series models will continue not long from now.
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