Assembled by hand
Nothing about the R8 is ordinary. The same goes for the way the vehicle is built. Each Audi R8 is assembled by the hands of a highly skilled Audi technician, which has proven to be the ideal tool for creating a maximum of 20 works of art a day.
Driver information system with Lap-timer
information system located in the middle of the instrument cluster offers the
driver an eyes forward display of pertinent information such as current MPG
status, navigation directions, estimated time and distance to destination, a
lap timer as well as allowing you to scroll through your phone book, CD menu
and radio presets.
Audi Navigation System plus with Real-time Traffic
Audi Navigation system plus features a full-color 6.5'' LCD screen and
MMI®-inspired control logic for AM/FM and SIRIUS Radio® functions, real-time
traffic, a six-CD changer in the glove box or iPod® integration through Audi
Music Interface, and two SD® card slots for your MP3 music. Navigation
information is given as audible route-guidance prompts and turn arrows via the
color driver information system as well as a detailed color map on the main
screen; five languages are available.
Bang & Olufsen® Sound System
The standard Bang
& Olufsen Sound System includes 12 speakers with 465 digitally amplified
watts and surround sound reproduction. The microphone-based noise compensation
ensures optimum sound under varying road conditions and speeds.
Bluetooth® with Seatbelt Microphone
technology of the Audi R8 allows you to conveniently access many
features on your Bluetooth®-enabled phone via the MMI® operating system or
convenient voice control, allowing for easy, intuitive, hands-free
communication. The system is also the first to include a seatbelt microphone,
which delivers the best possible sound even at highway speeds with the top
Fine Nappa Leather
Audi North Scottsdale technician
Ben Unna snapped a picture of his daughter Scarlet Mae with her top down in her
beautiful new Audi R8. While not the full size R8, Scarlet Mae is hoping the
future holds the real thing for her.
"Perhaps 14 years in the future," says Ben, "when she is gets her license."