The Ultimate Car Collection & Net Worth of Cyndie Allemann


Swiss Racer Cyndie Allemann Has Cool Rides

Cyndie Allemann born on 4 April 1986, is a Swiss racing driver. She is the daughter of former Swiss karting champion Kurt Allemann and the sister of fellow racing driver Ken Allemann. After beginning her career in karting, she moved to cars in 2004 in Renault Speed Trophy F2000 and finished 6th. The next year she moved to the more highly regarded German championship for the same cars and finished 12th. In 2006, she moved up to the Formel 3 Cup, finishing in 9th place and winning the pole position at EuroSpeedway Lausitz. As of now, Cyndie Allemann is currently single and isn’t dating anyone. Her estimated net worth stands at $2 Million, with an annual salary of $200,000. So, let’s check her rides.

Cyndie Allemann Car CollectionPrice (USD)
Audi TT$76,850
Audi R8$178,897
Allemann’s Cars

1. Audi TT

Cyndie Allemann Audi

Audi TT is a fun-loving car for those who have the appetite for a luxury two-door performance coupe. The Audi TT/TTS impresses us with its charming razor-sharp design and aggressive looks that quest for attention. The capable turbocharged engine under the hood pleases the ears with trembling sounds. Both TT and TTS models feature the same turbocharged engine with different power outputs to satisfy various buyers. The TT with its Coupe and Convertible models makes 228 hp while the TTS produces 288 hp of power with its only offered Coupe model. The Audi TT is fast and offers good and effortless driving with its quirky acceleration and a lot of power at its disposal.

2. Audi R8

Cyndie Allemann Audi
Cyndie Allemann

The last car in Cyndie’s car collection is the meanest monster Audi has ever created. She owns an Audi R8, a supercar where absolute power meets bold, and cutting-edge modern looks. The R8  offers the absolute best of what you can get from the German automaker’s flagship performance supercar. The R8 features a sprinting naturally aspirated V10 engine that shells out 562 horsepower. Paired with a sporty 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission and Quattro all-wheel drive, the R8 is a beast of another breed.

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