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2022 Audi R8 Performance, Specification & Facts

Overview

The new 2022 Audi R8 is where the absolute power meets bold, sharp and cutting edge looks. Which results in a complete out of this world driving experience with it’s racing performance and motorsport DNA. The 2022 Audi R8 provided you the absolute best of what you would hope for from a flagship Audi, is an outrageous result of that. It manages to deliver all that power within it’s six figure price tag, you won’t even have to spend a million over it. With a 562 hp naturally aspirated V10 controlled by. It’s seven speed dual clutch automatic transmission and a specially modified chassis inspired by the racetrack that is specially tuned to optimise every bit of that power and send it to the rear or all wheels of the car.

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Audi R8 2022
Audi R8 2022

The 2022 Audi R8 manages to achieve a 0-60 mph run in just 3.2 seconds and can go to a top speed of 204 mph. And such attention to the driver centric with its aggressive and racetrack inspired looks and the sporty cockpit goes on with sync. It gives it the permission to feel that grudge of power, with a dominance over roads with a great cornering and the rear wheel drive makes it pleasing to play in just a matter of seconds. It’s specially tuned chassis provides a great downforce to keep the car stuck to the surface. Step your foot down the accelerator and feel what this growling V10 can make your heart go racing. It’s the performance that you can hear.

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What’s New For 2022 ?

The base models will have a boost of 30 horsepower from the previous models and the performance models will have a 40 horsepower boost from the previous models. And can be ordered with a sports exhaust package and a dynamic package including the ceramic brakes, new 20 inch wheels and upgraded racing seats with leather upholstery.

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Engine, Top Speed, 0-60 MPH & Performance

The power comes with a 5.2 Litre naturally aspirated V10 engine inside which makes 562 horses, and paired with a seven speed dual clutch automatic transmission which transfers the power into the rear or all wheel drive system of the car. And can achieve a 0-60 mph time in just 3.2 seconds with a top speed of 204 mph.

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Audi R8 2022
Audi R8 2022

The base models comes standard with the adaptive dampers while the performance models comes with a fixed one. The gearbox isn’t the best from the Audi but does the job pretty well. The R8 is snappier and quick with the gear shifts with an average cornering while the rear wheel model is a bit oversteering but it is a wonderful car which delivers a great performance with respect to its rivals.

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Fuel Economy | Mileage

The 2022 Audi R8 isn’t as fuel efficient as it may sound with the rear wheel model giving a mileage of 14 mpg in the city and 23 mpg on the highway. While the all wheel one gives 13 mpg in the city and 20 mpg on the highway.

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Dimension & Weight

Audi R8 2022
Audi R8 2022

The 2022 Audi R8 measures with dimensions of 174.4 inches in length, 76.4 inches in width and 48.7 inches in height and has a wheelbase of 104.3 inches and weighs between 1,633 – 1,678 kgs.

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Price

The new 2022 Audi R8 will be priced at $151,000 for the base models and could go up to $216,000 for the performance models with ofcourse many options and packages to choose from in terms of features and accessories that they offer to enhance your Audi experience even more.

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Interior & Exterior

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