The Audi quattro® with permanent all-wheel drive, shown by Audi for the first time at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1980. Transfer of the all-wheel drive principle from an off-road vehicle to a sports saloon called above all for dynamic refinement to be improved. This was achieved by the ingenious hollow-shaft design of the central differential, which distributed engine power between the front and rear axles.
Audi quattro® Five-cylinder inline engine, 2144 cc, 147 kW/200 bhp; the first version dating from 1980, with its striking headlight design.
Audi quattro® Five-cylinder inline engine, 2144 cc, 147 kW/200 bhp. 'Don't try to catch a quattro®quattro®Vorsprung durch Technik: quattro® technology stands for permanent power to all four wheels distributed between the front and rear axles.quattro® in the snow' was the advertising slogan for Audi in the early 1980s.
Audi quattro® Five-cylinder inline engine, 2226 cc, 147 kW/200 bhp; the facelifted model of 1987, with slightly modified engine.
Audi quattro® 20 V Five-cylinder inline engine, 2226 cc, 162 kW/220 bhp; the final version of the Audi quattro® had a more powerful engine with four valves per cylinder.
Audi Sport quattro®Five-cylinder inline turbocharged engine, 2133 cc, 225 kW/306 bhp. 214 of these cars, at the time Germany´s most powerful production model, were built.
Audi Sport quattro®Five-cylinder inline turbocharged engine, 2133 cc, 225 kW/306 bhp.