Audi V8L quattro 1989 posters

Audi V8L quattro

The Audi V8L quattro was a large luxury sedan built by Audi AG of Germany from 1988 to 1994 as the company's range-topping model. It was the first Audi to use its namesake engine configuration, a DOHC V8 engine with 32 valves, and also the first production Audi to combine the quattro all-wheel drive system with an automatic transmission. To set it apart, the V8 featured a unique grill design, an extended wheelbase, pronounced wheel arches and larger wheels. The 3.6 L (3562 cc) engine boasted 250 PS (184 kW/247 hp) and 340 N·m (251 ft·lbf) of torque, while the 4.2 L (4172 cc) powerplant had 280 PS (206 kW/276 hp) and 400 N·m (295 ft·lbf). The base price in 1994, its final year of production was US$58,700. Audi entered the vehicle into the DTM (German Touring car Championship) with a Group A competition version, operated by Schmidt Motorsport and Audi Zentrum Reutlingen and driven by Hans-Joachim Stuck, Walter Rohrl, Frank Jelinski, Frank Biela and Hubert Haupt. Stuck won the title in 1990 and Biela gave Audi another crown in 1991. After the 1992 season, the DTM organizers deemed the V8's crankshaft illegal and Audi retired from the championship.

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