|Audi Pikes Peak Quattro|
The Audi Pikes Peak Quattro was a concept car created by German automobile manufacturer, Audi. The Pikes Peak Quattro was first introduced at the 2003 North American International Auto Show and was to preview the production Audi SUV / MPV, the Q7. The Pikes Peak Quattro was named after the famed mountain, Pikes Peak because of its off-road capability.
Engine, Performance, and Design[edit | edit source]
The Pikes Peak Quattro uses a twin-turbocharged V8 engine. The Pikes Peak Quattro can have up to about 500 horsepower and the torque of the vehicle can go up to 464 1/2 pound-feet. The Pikes Peak Quattro can go up to 0-60 mph in about a little over 4 1/2 seconds. The top speed of this vehicle is about 155.4 mph (250 km/h). The design of the Pikes Peak Quattro makes it perfect for off-road use since it is very high up from the ground and the fact that the steering of this vehicle is basically using a rack and pinion with Power Assist technology.
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