The German car manufacturer Audi has unveiled today, at the Frankfurt Motor Show, the brand new Nanuk quattro Concept. This is a very big surprise made by Audi and according to the officials; the new prototype was designed as a German "weapon" for the Italdesign Giugiaro Parcour.

The new Audi Nanuk quattro Concept is a two-seater powered by the all new twin-turbo V10 5.0 liter TDI unit that was mounted in front of the rear axle. The new engine can develop 544 horsepower and 1.000 Nm peek of torque and its resources are managed by a reworked 7 speed S-Tronic gear box.

The sprint from stand still to 100 km/h is done in 3.8 seconds, while the top speed is clocked at 305 km/h, despite that fact that the concept has 1.900 kilograms. 

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The new 2013 Audi Nanuk quattro Concept is 4.541 mm long, 1.990 mm wide, 1.337 mm tall and comes with a 2.710 mm wheelbase. The body structure is based on the Audi Space Frame, a new concept made from aluminum and CFPR. 

The Audi Nanuk quattro Concept comes with 22 inch wheel wrapped in 235/50 tires on the front and 295/45 tires at the back. The special rims are hiding the brand new carbon fiber ceramic brake system. More than that, the German concept has air suspension and the electronically controlled dampers can be adjusted to offer a ground clearance from 30 to 40 mm.

Source: Audi