The current generation of Audi R8 is powered by a V10 engine shared with the Lamborghini Huracan but could a filtered image suggest a V6 version is being developed? The Rpiwarren image (below) seems to show the next launch of the Audi program, including a 2018 Audi R8.
Ask someone other than the automobile what they think of Audi and “cold fog” is the likely answer. From the first original R8 launched, all of them had their own signature LED light signature design trend that has been copied by most other manufacturers over the past few years. Now Audi is reinforcing its headlights game again with 2018 Audi R8, offering laser headlights a function previously only available in 25 examples of the 2017 Audi R8 as standard equipment. According to Audi, laser lights can be identified by their “blue light signature,” and “dramatically increases the visibility of the driver by projecting a low and wide beam of light on the road” also look super cool.
Most likely for use in the 2018 Audi R8 chassis engine is the 3.0-liter V6 intended to be installed in the new RS4. This engine should produce about 480 hp system using two turbochargers and the same delay compression reduces the electrical air used in the new SQ7. It would not confirm whether a R8 V6 would be powered by turbochargers, to mention that Audi is currently focusing on the development of turbo high engine without turbo for 2018 Audi R8, although speculation suggests that it could be a mid-range V8. Whatever system develops, more than produce comfortably 400 ch.
While the fancy laser lights come as standard on the Plus models, available as an option in the no less than Audi supercar variant. 2018 Audi R8 will start at $ 194,400, while the radin version will cost $ 164, 900. Both will be available this summer.