By Gregor VlaskoMay 16, 2020 12:28:58If you’ve got a BMW M3, you’ll have an Audi R10-powered R8, or you might be lucky enough to find an R8+ with a BMW-designed 1.5L turbocharged inline-four.
You can find a number of Audi R models on the market, and there are even a few BMW R models available in the U.S. It seems Audi has found a niche for their R-branded R8 series, with the Audi R series offering up a number, including a couple of high-end Audi R7 models.
The Audi R9+ and R9 R models were announced, and Audi has also announced that a BMW R8 will be coming to the U and that it will come with an Audi-designed R6 engine, with a starting price of $2.6 million.
The Audi R 8 Plus and R8 plus will feature a 1.6L turbocharging inline-six engine and have a top speed of 217 mph, or 260 km/h.
The R8 and R10 models will have a 1L inline-4 engine, a turbocharger rated at 350 horsepower, a top-of-the-line Audi powertrain, and a turbocharged engine rated at 300 horsepower.
Both models will come standard with a 9-speed automatic transmission.
The R8 is expected to come in a wide variety of color options, including black, white, gold, red, blue, yellow, and silver.
The BMW M 4 will come in several models including white, black, silver, red and blue, with gold available.
The new Audi R lineup will be available in five models, including the Audi RS 6, the Audi TT, the BMW R-series, the R8 S, the new R8 E, and the R6.
The latest Audi models will arrive in 2019, with prices starting at $32,990.
The first R models, the RS6 and TT, are slated to arrive in 2020, with pricing starting at around $45,000.