Audi back at 1984 as a part of the Volkswagen Group

 1984 Audi Sport Quattro

The street-legal Audi Sport Quattro was produced to homologate the car for FIA Group B rally racing from 1984 to 1986. 214 were produced in total. The sport Quattro was based on the road-going Audi Quattro coupe, with significant modifications to optimize it for rally racing. The wheelbase and body was shortened by 12.6-inches and the body was made from lightweight fiberglass and Kevlar body panels. It had a manually lockable center and rear differential with an all-aluminum alloy engine fitted with a KKK turbocharger. Power was impressive, rated at 306 HP and offering nearly 260 lb-ft of torque. Zero-to-sixty took 4.8 seconds with top speed achieved at 155 mph. inside; there were Recaro leather and Alcantara sport seats.

This small coupe with its all-wheel drive system had incredible handling. Performance was further enhanced with ABS, and four-piston calipers with inner ventilated discs.

With a focus on performance, the small footprint meant that the interior space was limited, especially in the back seat. There was little (to none) legroom for the occupants in the back.

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