2015 Wheelsandmore Audi R8 V10
Both of these R8 V10s have a performance boost to 620 hp and 435 lb-ft thanks to new software, a valve-controlled exhaust system, and carbon fiber framed airfilter.
The Coupe has a matte blue & black foil finish, with forged 20" F.I.W.E wheels, 9.5x20 up front and 12x20 in the rear.
The Spyder has an extroverted orange metallic-foil finish on the body and the 20" 6Sporz² wheels.
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|Engine||5.2 liter V10||Weight||--|
|HP/Liter||119.2 hp per liter||1/4 mile||--|
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(from Wheelsandmore Press Release) Audi R8 V10 Plus in a double pack by Wheelsandmore
Although the latest version of the Audi R8 V10 Plus model is available at the local dealers, the predecessor seems to be more popular. Especially when owners like to individualize their sportcars with main focus on the wheels. Wheelsandmore, the tuning specialist for upscale and individual solutions shows, at the end of european tuning season, an Audi R8 V10 Plus Coupe and a Spyder with different wheel models and individual car foil wrapping.
Audi R8 V10 Plus Coupe 2014
Wheelsandmore wraps the Coupe version of the Audi in a special foil and matches the wheel finish to the selected color combination of matte blue and black. The wheel model shown here is the 3-part forged one called F.I.W.E. (forged innovative wheel engineering) which fits perfectly to the R8 V10 sizing 9,5 inches on the front and 12x20 inch on the rear. The ultraconcave forged wheel appears at least 1 inch larger due to its large outside sticking designed centers.
Audi R8 V10 Spyder Plus 2014
With the convertible version the owner decided for less restraint and ordered a special orange-metallic foil at Wheelsandmore and colored the wheel centers of the classic 6Sporz² wheels in same finish. Unlike the Coupe, the forged wheels are rotating sizing 9,5 inches on the front and 11,0x20 inches on the rear. As the coupe contacts the road with Continental Sport Contact 5P sizing in combination 255/30/20 (front) and 305/25/20 (rear) the Spyder rolls on barely slighter 245/30/20 at the front and 295/25/20 at the rear axle.
Both models got a power upgrade up to 620 hp and 590 Nm due to customized software, a flap exhaust and carbon-frame air filter.