Audi AG’s Facebook page has hit 100,000 likes in only six months and the German officials have decided to release a video with the 2013 Sport Quattro Concept. 

As you know, the concept car was first seen at the Frankfurt Motor Show and represents an anniversary prototype and a modern interpretation of the 1984 Quattro legend. 

Under the bonnet of the 2013 Audi Sport Quattro Concept is a V8 4.0 liter twin-turbo engine and an electric motor. Under these conditions, the German concept is able to develop 700 horsepower and 800 Nm peak of torque. The sprint from stand still to 100 km/h is done in 3.7 seconds while the top speed is clocked at 305 km/h.

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With a wheelbase of 2,784 millimeters (109.61 in), it is 4,602 millimeters (181.18 in) long. With 1,964 millimeters (77.32 in), the two-door model is very wide and at just 1,386 millimeters (54.57 in) unusually low-slung.

Like the Audi Sport quattro, the Audi Sport quattro concept was designed in the spirit of racing. None of its design solutions are an end unto themselves. Each is driven by a technical function, and several are an homage to the quattro models of the early 1980s. These include the angular, flat C-pillars and the rectangular double headlights featuring Audi’s groundbreaking Matrix LED technology, which will be available by the end of this year in the refreshed Audi A8.
 

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Source: Audi