Audi Quattro Could Get 2.5-Liter Cylinder Engine in Production Trim
Dec 16, 2013 09:28
Auto Motor und Sport magazine posted a report around Audi CEO Rupert Stadler's explanation for the creation of the Sport Quattro Concept and its possible production model.
It was apparently created to gauge opinions on whether people would be willing to spend their own money to buy it. The report hints that if a green light is received, then power for the production Quattro could come from a 2.5 liter five cylinder engine and not the V8 electric motor combo of the show car.
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