There is a long line of storied Audi sports cars, but what put Audi on the map was the 1980 Audi Quattro and the images of rallying that this car still evokes. Quattro is still a mainstay of the brand and all of Audi’s top-performance RS (RennSport) models have it as standard, but there are now sports cars with a variety of body styles and even alternative powertrains.
This is a list of the Audi sports car models currently for sale in the USA:
|Audi RS3||401 hp||2.5L Turbo Inline-5 Gas||$60,900|
|Audi RS4 Sedan||420 hp||4.2L V8 Gas||$66,910|
|Audi RS5 Sportback||444 hp||2.9L Twin-Turbo V6 Gas||$78,200|
|Audi RS6 Avant||591 hp||4.0L Twin-Turbo V8 Gas||$121,900|
|Audi RS7||591 hp||4.0L Twin-Turbo V8 Gas||$123,900|
|Audi TT Coupe||228 hp||2.0L Turbo Inline-4 Gas||$52,200|
|Audi e-tron GT||469 hp||Electric||$104,900|
|Audi R8 Coupe||562 hp||5.2L V10 Gas||$158,600|
|Audi RS4 Convertible||420 hp||4.2L V8 Gas||$81,900|
|Audi RS5 Coupe||444 hp||2.9L Twin-Turbo V6 Gas||$77,900|
The US is one of the most discerning markets when it comes to performance cars, so Audi can't just rest on the laurels of its German heritage. Luckily, it doesn’t, and there are 4-door sedan, 2-door coupe, and even wagon body styles to choose from. Despite this impressive variety of body types, most sporty Audi cars all share the same qualities.