2018 Audi RS8
Everyone with a little craze for cars would like to know about the upcoming, highly anticipated 2018 Audi RS8. Though the company hasn’t disclosed anything for its high-end, new car, but we can have a guess based on the reports and assumptions being made by the industry pundits. There’re some reports around the auto society suggesting the new vehicle will be a blend of Prologue concept and RS design.
In short we expect an all-new exhaust and diffuser outlets, a sportier bumper and RS Styled honeycomb Grille. When it comes to wheels, the new car will combine high performance wheels with Red Brake Callipers.
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Exterior & Interior
In terms of exterior, the long awaited vehicle is expected to come with a whole new design to shock viewers. What we can imagine are carbon fiber elements, Alcantara leather, sport seats and an improved infotainment system.
In short, we can expect a sporty front with rear bumpers, RS-styled honeycomb structure, a high-gloss front grille and all-new exhaust outlets. There’re also some reports suggesting the new vehicle might feature a sophisticated roofline that would be much sleeker than A8 and S8 models.
When it comes to interior, the German automobile manufacturer is known for its high class materials. So, it would be no wrong to say that Audi designers will surely bring something extraordinary that will not only offer a great look but also will combine the ultimate comfort.
As for the engine specs, everything is still unknown and only higher officials could explain what kind of specs and features we will see in this much awaited Audi RS8. But we can make a guess seeing most recent models like Audi A8 that has been powered by the (4L) twin-turbocharged V8 Engine producing a mammoth 520 hp and a torque of 481 pounds. Obviously, the manufacture will consider going above from this specification to stay in the game.
There’s no word for pricing and release date as there’s nothing we’ve got from the officials. So, we better suggest you to wait until Audi itself reveals it officially.