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Audi R8 V10
Now there are two V10 outputs, 540 and 610bhp. The body is lighter and stiffer, thanks to substititution of several large aluminium parts in the shell by carbonfibre. Extra electronics in the chassis extend the secure-versus-exciting contradiction outward in both directions.
Natural aspiration and multiple cylinders make the classic supercar formula. This magical V10 spins to 8700rpm, and its high-rev reactions are tack-sharp, epically forceful, and sounds like the opera of the Gods. Because it has no turbos, the mid-range torque isn’t so great, but hardly feeble. Besides, you should never be in the wrong gear because the 7-speed paddleshift is ultra-alert.
The Quattro chassis feels sharper compared to the old R8. The centre diff is electronically controlled, ensuring it’s a rear-drive car for agility unless it needs a dose of front-drive for security.