Audi GT4 Concept—For Now

Although the GT4 that Audi recently presented is designated as being a “concept,” one developed by its Technical Development and Production divisions along with the engineers at quattro GmbH, it is going to become a production car for those who are interested in an out-of-the-box race car.

Although the GT4 that Audi recently presented is designated as being a “concept,” one developed by its Technical Development and Production divisions along with the engineers at quattro GmbH, it is going to become a production car for those who are interested in an out-of-the-box race car.

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The car is equipped with a 340-hp TFSI engine, an S-tronic transmission with a differential lock, a modified production suspension with adjustable dampers, and 18-in. alloy wheels.

The hood, doors, and truck lid are made of carbon-fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP). The front and rear aprons and the rear wing are sourced from the production Audi TT RS (this is as close as we’ve come).

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The car has a roll-over cage and a safety-optimized fuel tank. As this shot of the interior shows, this car is setup for some serious racing, not a Sunday in the park:

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According to Audi, the vehicle is engineered as being for “affordable motorsport,” with an estimated price of €120,000, which is about $157,000. Of course, if you needed the currency conversion, you probably can’t afford one.