Nowadays, people are inclining towards SUV and automakers are jumping the bandwagon to supply high demands. In this situation, future Audi R8 remains uncertain. For those who have seen it physically or gallery, would be tempted to purchase it from local Audi dealer. Many of fans are unaware that this mid-engined V-10 powered vehicle is no more. First production of Audi R8 commenced in the year 2006 and first-gen lived until 2015. Second-generation R8 received major overhaul and used the same Modular Sports System platform used on Lamborghini Huracan.
Powertrain offerings have been altered throughout its history. Nonetheless, one thing remained constant which is naturally-aspirated 5.2-liter V10 engine. This particular unit of Audi R8 uses the same engine being worked by Brixton Forged. In stock form, R8 engine offers an output of 533hp at 8,250 rpm and 540 Nm of torque at 6,500 rpm. The R8 V10 Plus ups the output to 602hp and 560 Nm of torque. V10 Plus has an enigmatic presence with help from towering rear wing and easily differentiates it from base version of Audi R8.
California based Brixton Forged worked the Audi R8 V10 Plus and covered the exterior with dark shade of grey. They fitted with a set of custom Brixton Forged wheels that measures 20×9 inches at the front and 21×12.5 at the rear with a polished Olympic bronze finish. Usually, buyers who opt or dark-colored vehicles chooses black aftermarket wheels. Nonetheless, if it is done correctly, bronze and gold wheels provide perfect amount of contrast when it is done perfectly.