Audi R8

Audi R8 Destroyed

This woman discovered that her husband was cheating and decided to take revenge by destroying his beloved Audi R8. As you can see in the images, some type of hammer or handheld device was used to smash all of the windows, the dashboard, speedometer, taillights, engine cover, radio console, and more. In other words, this car is now a total loss and will need to be salvaged by the insurance company. Click here to view the first image in this week’s funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a 10-year-old girl who beats NBA superstar Stephen Curry in a 3-point shootout.

Just about everyone has seen the Audi R8 in the Iron Man movies, but what about the Audi Sport Quattro Concept? This supercar boasts a twin turbocharged 4.0 liter V8 engine that generates 650hp. Expect to shell out $150,000+ for this beauty once it’s released. Continue reading to see ten more fun and creative gadgets, products that geeks would love.

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That’s right, Audi’s automatic parking systems operate by means of either ultrasound or cameras, which display images via the onboard monitor. One particularly convenient solution is park assist. When backing into a parking space, it performs all the necessary steering movements; it can handle both parallel parking and parking perpendicular to the street. Continue reading for a video and more information.

Audi has released their share of futuristic concepts over the years, but this Quattro may top them all. While no technical specifications have been released, it does seem to boast video game-like gauges, complete with “Challenge” and “Scores”. Click here to view the first image in this gallery. Continue reading to see it in-action.

Weighing in at under 3300-pounds, the 2015 Audi R8 will pack “a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission, and the monocoque will be a lighter, aluminum and carbon affair.” Pricing and availability have not yet been announced. Click here for more pictures. In similar news, continue reading for a review of the 2012 Audi R8 GT.

The evolution or disappearance of the sideblades on the “clean-sheet design” also wasn’t broached, but the trademark signifiers don’t appear in Autocar’s rendering. The report states that it will take cues from the R8 e-tron (pictured), but they see intakes at the door shut-line, which feature very MP4-12C-like dual strakes.

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First revealed in 2006, the Audi R8 is based on the Lamborghini Gallardo platform and is due to replaced with an all-new model in 2014. Since its release, modders have been going crazy with the car, including creating golden versions. Click here to view more pictures. Continue reading to see a gold Ferrari 599 GTB.

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The 2012 Audi R8 GT Spyder made its official debut at the 24 Hours of Le Mans this past weekend, and unfortunately, it’s limited to just 333-units worldwide. This model “brings the scorching-hot 5.2-liter V10 – good for 560 hp, a 0-62 time of 3.8 seconds, and a top speed of 197 mph – to open-air driving, along with an automated six-speed R tronic transmission, a Bang & Olufsen sound system, and, of course, Bluetooth.” Video after the break. Click here for the first picture in gallery.

That exclusivity will surely carry a hefty price tag, and while pricing has yet to be announced for the U.S. market (its 207,800 Euro tag in Germany translates to over $300,000), and we expect it to carry a premium over the coupe’s $198,000 MSRP.

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DailyMail provides us with a rare look inside Ferrari’s Maranello factory, “a medium-sized manufacturing concern with around 3,000 workers; its inputs are the same as countless other factories: steel, aluminium, rubber, glass and plastic.” Videos after the break. Click here for more pictures.

The bodies are made in Ferrari’s Scaglietti coach-building plant in nearby Modena and then trucked to Maranello. Ferraris are still handbuilt. There are plenty of robots in the Nuova Meccanica to mill and drill the solid aluminium, but there’s only one robot used on the assembly line; it fits the windscreen.

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