A few days ago, we heard some rumors about the 2013 Audi Quattro Concept. Today, the German car manufacturer has officially confirmed that the special prototype will be unveiled this fall at the Frankfurt Motor Show. 

According to some rumors, the new Quattro Concept will be based on a shortened RS7 platform. The power will be delivered by a hybrid power train. It features a V8 4.0 liter twin-turbo unit that can deliver 600 horsepower and from a 170 HP electric engine. 

This setup enables the German concept to offer a combined output of 800 horsepower and 1.000 Nm peek of torque. The power will be sent to the ground via an all wheel drive system. In these conditions, the sprint from stand still to 100 km/h is done in 3.4 seconds, while the top speed will is clocked at 300 km/h. 

The new 2013 Audi Quattro Concept will feature an adaptive sport suspension, ceramic brakes and a limited slip differential. 

According to the same rumors, the concept will give birth to limited run production version that will be unveiled somewhere in 2016.

Source: Audi