Audi has announced a new, restricted-run R8 product dubbed “Environmentally friendly Hell” to commemorate its results on a very little piece of place highway in Germany known as the Nürburgring. Maybe you have read of it?
Even though ‘Ring fever has subsided in excess of the past decade or so, its nickname is regarded to enthusiasts around the world. Audi is tapping into that collective reverence with a fifty-device run of the new special version primarily based on its R8 V10 Efficiency variant to mark Audi Sport’s five 24 Several hours of the Nürburgring victories with the R8 LMS race vehicle relationship back again to 2012.
“We are synonymous with substantial general performance — in both of those collection creation and motorsport,” said Audi Activity boss Julius Seebach in the R8 Environmentally friendly Hell’s official announcement. “The R8 highway sports vehicle and the R8 LMS racing vehicle have been made and created jointly all-around half of their pieces are similar. The R8 Environmentally friendly Hell version product attracts on the proximity to motorsport, whilst also having to pay tribute to our famous victories on the Nürburgring.”
A “Environmentally friendly Hell” version experienced superior be eco-friendly, proper? The default finish for the deal is Tioman, as pictured listed here, but Audi will promote you one in Ibis white, Daytona grey or Mythos black, if you truly insist on being contrarian. Irrespective of shade decision, you’ll get the hood, a-pillars, roof and the rear conclusion in matte black, doorways with your car’s serial selection made to mimic racing livery, the “Environmentally friendly Hell R8” emblem on every single aspect “blade” and a gloss black windshield encompass.
Inside, there are more “Environmentally friendly Hell” logos just about just about everywhere, together with a eco-friendly contrast-stitching theme throughout all of the soft-touch inside trim factors. Beneath, it’s a run-of-the-mill, 611-horsepower R8 V10 Efficiency, if you can even say this sort of a detail.
Audi suggests the R8 Environmentally friendly Hell will go for 233,949.59 euros, or about $275,000 at the time of publication. Very little run-of-the-mill about that.