AUDI R8 plus has passed the test on the road and soon it will be out for sale the market
|   Saturday, December 01, 2012
Does anyone know about the person who brought the concept of super fast cars that can be used in our everyday life? Think of the 458 Italia Ferrari, today you can easily jump into it to buy some stuff from the grocery shop in a lightning speed. And then you can come home in no time. And you don't have to worry about the engine getting heated up because the temperature gauge stays within the perfect limit.

But this same idea would seem to be absurd just twenty years ago.
Because no one ever imagined about having a super fast car. But the change was made by Honda in 1990. They came up with the NSX, which altered the perception of supercars among many people.

Going down the memory lane of the superfast car, BMW is one of the prominent car companies, who made the first superfast cars in 1978 and named BMW M1. The reason why the car could not make the right business as it should have, all because of Motorsports GmbH, which did not produce sufficient amount of car for sale. Less than 500 cars were produced and sold.

BMW was the only company that made Mid-engine supercar at that time and there were no other big companies. Other companies could not stand in the competition because of factors like the high price of the car, for example Porsche's Carrera costs around 110 billion dollars. Other companies such as, Mercedes-Benz and Audi has just only began experiments on building supercars.

Le Mans Quattro is a super car made by Audi, which is also known as Audi R8, which was launched in 2003. People went crazy for the car and within 3years the production of the car increased to a great extent. And many people liked it mostly due to its side blades, which gave it a super look and the well balanced chassis which lets the driver to drive with ease. After the R8, Audi went a step further by making R8 Spyder, another version of the car. It was good with all the necessary things added to the car except the side blades, which the car lovers could not accept and even the car critics too could not digest the new version.

But Audi will redesign the R8 which is suppose to come on the market in 2013, and the great news is, this version will have side blades. And the car will have more power, with all new transmission systems and with more ritzy LEDs.

This new version is loaded with extra power because there is a hike in its power generation mechanism, as it has now 5.2 liter engine (V10) up to 550 bhp while the older version has a lower bhp level.

The new change that one can see in the car is purely its cosmetic changes: bumpers with new looks, glossy finish on the body, headlight and taillight from LED, plastic mirror from carbon fiber for more durability.
This is the specification and a little review of the new Audi that will come on the market in 2013.
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