2016 Audi R20 Redesign And Release Date – When Audi announced the R8 E-tron is dropped we have been rather let down, to state the minimum. But, to our surprise, it appears like Audi hasn’t totally dropped the idea of providing a hybrid supercar because new rumors manage to advise that in the following three years we are going to see a street-legal version of the German automaker’s extremely productive LeMans race car, the R18.
The new design will probably be named the R20 and may be provided with the trademark full-length tailfin of an R18 LeMans racer. As a way to assist distinguish itself being an Audi design, the R20 will be outfitted with a downsized, single-frame grille; stacked LED headlights; ventilated front and rear wings; and an adjustable rear spoiler.
The better part is that the following R20 will similarly be provided with gulling doors, which will provide access to a highly outfitted interior. It’s going to provide a multi-functional black panel centre display, active-contour seats with built-in four-point belts and a lot of other technology characteristics.
2016 Audi R20 Specs
Below the hood, Audi will blend a 550-horsepower twin-turbo V6 engine with two electric motors that will generate the front wheels. The R20 will also be geared up with brake energy recuperation, high-speed coasting, as well as a broader start-stop software.
The new Audi R20 is going to be unveiled in 2015 at the Pebble Beach event. Production will start in the spring of 2016 and there’ll be only 100-250 units offered. Rumor has it that the model once generally known as the R20 will in fact be called the R10. And by using a new title arrives an all-new rendering based off of design cues from the R8 and the R18 racecar.