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Audi Nuvolari quattro rear view

Audi Nuvolari quattro interior
Make Audi
Model Nuvolari Quattro
Concept year 2003
Production year 2007 Audi A5
Engine 5.0 litre V10

Audi unveiled the Nuvolari Quattro concept at the 2003 Geneva Motor Show. The Nuvolari was Audi's interpretation of what a modern GT car should be. The 2 door, 2+2 coupe, is powered by a 5.0 litre V10 engine (as used in the Lamborghini Gallardo) mated to a 6 speed sequential gearbox driving all four wheels.

The low domed roof line, prominent shoulders and minimal styling details, coupled with the flared wheel arches and distinctive large Audi grille, make the Audi Nuvolari Quattro concept look solid and powerful even when stationary.

The headlights and taillights use LED (Light Emitting Diode) technology. The rear lights have adaptive infrared control which adjusts the intensity of the LED's to match visibility and weather conditions.

The 'Nuvolari' name pays homage to one GP's finest drivers of all time, the Italian Tazio Nuvolari. This is not the first time Nuvolari has had a concept car named after him, the 1996 Alfa Romeo Nuvola was also dedicated to his memory. However, unlike the Alfa Romeo concept, The Audi Nuvolari looks certain to make production, as a 2007 model called the Audi A5.

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