The car market from the eighties and nineties of the last century is very popular and busy, and some of the cars that were always expensive are now reaching huge numbers. One of them will be the Audi Sport Quattro, which is being sold at auction.
The auction house RM Sotheby’s estimates that the 1984 Audi Sport Quattro will be sold at a price between 750,000 and 1,000,000 euros when it is offered to buyers in Monaco a little later this year. Even the most expensive Audi models like the RS6 Avant cannot be compared to this car.
The legendary Audi Sport Quattro gained fame as a road homologation of a powerful four-wheel drive rally car, and its unique design, rarity and heritage have made it extremely desirable among collectors.
The road version faithfully followed the Group B Rally racing cousins because Audi based the road version on a race car, not the other way around. That’s why the Sport Quattro is truly one of the most desirable cars of the 1980s.
The Quattro is powered by a 2.133-liter five-cylinder engine that developed 302hp and 350Nm of torque as new, and the sound of its five-cylinder engine is very recognizable.
The homologation required the production of 200 road copies of each race car, but the auction house states that only 164 copies of the Audi Sport Quattro were produced.
The car offered for sale has traveled less than 3,000 kilometers and is clearly in perfect condition.
Foto: RM Sotheby’s
Source: AutoBlog by autoblog.rs.
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