2010 Audi Quattro Concept

Audi’s Quattro is the epitome of perfectly combined qualities of a champion motor sport car. By simply looking at the appearance of the Audi Quattro concept—hefty, solid and dominant—it already reveals the capabilities and potential it hides inside. With a record of 183-kilogram weight, a 300 kW, five-cylinder turbocharged engine, and the newest Quattro’s permanent all-wheel drive system, this Audi Quattro represents the systematic evolution of technology in manufacturing, which is the foundation of future Quattro coupés.

One of its distinguishing features is the self-locking crown-gear center differential that is light and compact, and it has a wide range of torque distribution between the rear and front wheels. Also, it does not only use ASF-assembled aluminum but also lightweight and high-strength carbon that is used in hood and bumpers. The conventional MMI central display has also been changed completely to a digital instrument cluster, resulting in a more condensed and a cleaner-looking interior.