Well, they are not a practical car. Two seats - lots of power. Those
that buy them can usually afford to dump them after a few thousand fun
I drove the R8 at Pocono Raceway at an Audi Hands On. I felt like I
should have taken off my clothes I was having so much fun. I planned
on buying one when they first came out, but the price was just a little
more than I wanted to spend. I was and still am driving an 03 RS6,
chipped to 507bhp. That is just about all this old man (72) can now
handle. And, it is my daily driver while I'm in Massachusetts. I have
a 2010 MB E550 Coup here in Georgia. Lots of fun and lux, but it sure
ain't an RS6. Or an R8.
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