2012 Prior Design Audi R8 GT850 Widebody

Prior Design has done a great job changing the Audi R8 GT850 into a speed demon. PD tuners focused on the modifying the front section of the Audi R8 GT850, and came up with a completely revised front apron incorporated with a wider carbon spoiler.

The result of the hard work is the 2012 Prior Design Audi GT850 Widebody. The tuner enhanced the air distribution along the side profile by installing aerodynamic wall sills.


General Info
Vehicle Type: Super Sport Coupe Est. Market Price: NA
Fuel Tank Capacity: 23.8 gallons (90L) MPG: NA
Length: 174.5 in. (443.1 cm) Wheelbase: 104.3 in. (265 cm)
Height: 49.3 in. (125.2 cm) Width: 75.0 in. (190.5 cm)
Curb Weight: 3605 lbs (1635 kg) Ground Clearance: 4.3 in. (10.9 cm)
Luggage Capacity: 3.5 cu ft Maximum Seating: 2
Engine: V8 Supercharged Displacement: 4.2 Liter
Horsepower: 475 & 565 HP Transmission: 6-Speed Manual

*Stock specs


The R8 GT850 Widebody is powered by a 4.2 liter V8 engine. It produces 420 to 475 horsepower for small FSIs. In case you require additional steam, you should utilize the conversion of compressor with power augment, raising the total power to 565 horsepower.

Prior-Design has included a sport exhaust-system with flap control to enhance performance. However, the increase in power output comes at a price, about 5,900 Euro.


The 2012 GT850 Widebody gets a completely revised front to distinguish it from the original R8. Prior Design installed a wide apron on the front blended with a carbon spoiler.

Moreover, there are 2 air inlets covers, which has been integrated, with 2 carbon struts each. There are also a set of front mudguards ensuring that an exaggerated wider look is achieved. The aerodynamic created wall sills, light the car's underbody with 4 LED lamps. The broad wall wrap was done in carbon fiber.

At the rear, you will find an enormous tail spoiler and bumper with lateral air inlets. In addition, a Carbona application has been incorporated to add extra power onto the rear axle.


In the interior, a black color theme contrasts the dominant red exterior finish. Although Prior Design has not provided much information about the inside, it is expected that most of the parts are made of carbon fiber materials. The seats are also likely to be in leather or Alcantara.

All in all, Prior Design has done a remarkable job. The transformed car has an attractive stance, and with its stylish design and powerful performance, this car is definitely going to draw a lot of attention from many enthusiasts.