Teased: Audi R8 GT Spyder Coming To Frankfurt

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The Audi R8 just seems to be getting better and better, and more so now that the automaker has released the first sketches of the GT Spyder. The GT Spyder will be distinguished by a matt titanium grille, a carbon fiber front splitter and LED headlights. Other additions noticeable on the new GT include an aggressive rear diffuser, a carbon fiber rear wing and 19-inch alloy wheels.

Of course, the power will be supplied by a 5.2-liter V10 engine that can develop 553-horsepower and 398 lb-ft of torque. This massive engine will allow the R8 GT Spyder to rocket from 0 to 60 mph in 3.8 seconds, and to reach a top speed of 193 mph. Rumors claim that the Sypder's production will be limited to just 333 units, but there will most likely be more information released as we draw closer to its official unveiling at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September.

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