Audi R8 Green Hell Unveiled
Audi R8 ‘Green Hell’ has been unveiled to celebrate its success at the Nürburgring 24 Hours as the special, limited-run version of the German brand supercar.
The Audi R8 Green Hell is designed to celebrate the R8 LMS GT, which has won five times since2012 the endurance race on the German circuit, based upon the R8 Performance Coupe.
The Green Hell R8 in Germany is restricted to a total of just 50 units all over the world at €233,949 (approx. Rs 2,01 crore). It’s available in a particular dark green layout, but the customers can also select grey, white or black.
Matt black film is used in part to cover the cap, A-pillars, roof and rear end, whereas transparent and matt numbers of doors are similar to car race numbers.
The front, the sills, the diffusers, the mirror, and the rear wing have also matt black highlights. The 20-inch wheels have an identical color, along with the red detail of the rims.
The inside of the chair has lightweight bucket seats and Alcantara covering the central panels, display shields, wheel, armrests, and other areas with blue-green stitches.
The Audi R8 Green Hell has the same 620hp, naturally, suction-powerful 5,2-lt V10 gasoline engine mated to a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox and a four-wheel-drive system, mechanically unchanged from their performance. The time is 3,1seconds and the high speed of 0-100kph is 331kph.
Green Hell, a limited running system, is based on the facially elevated version of the Audi R8, which was unveiled in late 2018.
The R8 lift was on sale in India for Rs 3.21 crore (on-road, Mumbai) until 2018-19, but the launch has since been delayed, even though the updated supercar was initially scheduled to arrive on our market last year.
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