Audi R8 GT v R8 LMS supercar video

Think the new GT is the most extreme Audi R8 supercar you can buy? Think again...

 

With a price of  £145,645, a power output of 552bhp and a 0-62mph time of just 3.6 seconds the Audi R8 GT is the most extreme road-going version of the R8 to date. However, it’s not the most extreme version of the R8 that you can buy. That title belongs to the R8 LMS.

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In the same way that Porsche sells its RSR 911s, Audi is offering this GT3 race spec R8 to customers for around €300,000. To find out what it’s like, Marino Franchitti took us for a few laps around Blyton Park…

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