|Power||147 kW / 200 PS|
|Odometer (read)||88.500 km|
The Audi quattro was one of the first vehicles with all-wheel drive to be produced in large numbers and heralded a new era for the Ingolstadt company when it was presented at the Geneva Motor Show in 1980. The quattro drive is still used by cars today and is constantly being further developed. Audi was also able to celebrate numerous successes in rallying with the quattro in various versions and classes. Probably the most extreme quattro is the E2 Pikes Peak, which set a course record on the notorious Hill Climb route in the Rocky Mountains in 1987 with none other than Walter Röhrl at the wheel.
Our quattro coupé is one of only a few vehicles originally delivered in the USA and was brought back to Germany 10 years ago. The car was carefully restored in our workshop. The highlights of the vehicle include the individual interior fittings, which cost around 6,000 DM extra in 1983. In addition, BBS RS styling alloy wheels are mounted.
Follow in the footsteps of rally legend Walther Röhrl with the quattro Coupé and enjoy the sound of the 5-cylinder naturally aspirated engine to the fullest. A real driving machine of a puristic nature.
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We look forward to your interest.