Audi unveiled today the facelifted version of the R8 sports car. As expected, the car comes with a new set of impressive headlights showing the latest LED technology but also with new rear indicator lights with dynamicized display. Moreover, the car features a new single-frame grille with the beveled upper corners painted high-gloss black and with horizontal chrome inserts (on V10 models).
A new front bumper was also installed featuring new air inlets bearing three crossbars each. As an option, the German manufacturer can install a front splitter made of carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP), while on the R8 V10 Plus this is available as standard.
The vent louvers next to the rear window have an aluminum look on the R8 V10 Coupé (matt black on the R8 V8 Coupé and R8 V10 plus). The new R8 will be available in two solid colors Ibis White and Brilliant Red, in four metallic shades and with five pearl effect / crystal effect coatings.
The side blades are available in eight colors, while the soft top of the R8 Spyder comes in black, red or brown.
Set to hit the dealerships by the end of the year, the R8 V8 Coupe is priced from EUR 113,500, while the Spyder will cost EUR 124,800. The R8 V10 Coupe will cost EUR 154,600, while the R8 V10 Spyder will be priced at EUR 165,900. The R8 V10 plus costs EUR 173,200.