Wheelsandmore Audi R8 With 530 HP

Wheelsandmore, car tuner from Germany, has released its new performance package for the Audi R8. The Wheelsandmore Audi R8 is powered by the standard 4.2-liter V8 engine but fitted with an ECU kit (€1,700) that helps to deliver 450 hp, an increase of 30 hp from the standard R8.

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Wheelsandmore, car tuner from Germany, has released its new performance package for the Audi R8. The Wheelsandmore Audi R8 is powered by the standard 4.2-liter V8 engine but fitted with an ECU kit (€1,700) that helps to deliver 450 hp, an increase of 30 hp from the standard R8.

With €32,500, Wheelsandmore will install a kompressor that helps to produce 530 hp of output, 5 hp more compared to the upcoming 525 hp Audi R8 5.2FSI V10.

For €13,998, customers can get a set of 8-piston front and 6-piston rear brakes with high performance pads.

Other performance upgrades include a handmade rear silencer with a valve system for €4,800 (additional €900 for a remote controlled valve system), new springs for €900, an aluminum full race suspension system for €3,999 and a hydraulic lift full-race suspension system that allows 30 mm lifting of the front and rear axle for €8,949.

The carbon fiber front lip spoiler and a carbon fiber rear diffuser from Wheelsandmore for the Audi R8 will cost €5,500. The Wheelsandmore Audi R8 stands on two types of 20-inch alloy wheels wrapped with Dunlop Sport Maxx tires for €9,250 and €9,800 respectively.

All the prices above are inclusive of 19 % German tax and installation. With the prices above, one might just opt for the new Audi R8 5.2 FSI V10 which will be priced at approximately €142,400. Just for your info, the current Audi R8 V8 is priced at €109,100 in Germany.

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