By now you surely know the story of Quattro, Audi’s all-wheel-drive system.
You remember its beginnings with a small Volkswagen-built military vehicle called the Iltis, the way it changed rallying forever, how it’s proven itself on the racetrack so comprehensively that all-wheel drive has been banned in virtually every category, and the way the very greatest drivers in the world have used Quattro technology to run rings around pretty much everyone and everything put in their path.
When you read and digest all of that stuff, you sort of wonder why everyone doesn’t drive a Quattro. And when an immaculate Audi Sport Quattro rolls out of the back of a transporter right before our eyes, followed by a showroom-fresh RS2 and an RS4 that looks like it wants to head-butt anyone who gets within 20 feet of its bulging bodywork, you really start to get the Quattro bug.
If you want to understand where this crazy enthusiasm for the Quattro Way comes from, take a look at these cars, the story of Quattro told at high speed: Audi Quattro coupe, Audi Sport Quattro, Audi RS2, Audi RS4, Audi RS6 5.0 TFSI, Audi S4, Audi TT RS and Audi R8 Spyder 5.2 FSI V10. Make sure to read the entire article from Inside line “Inside Line Full Article” with even more incredible pictures.
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