Audi already introduced its 2021 R8 Edition, as we all know, The 2021 Audi R8 comes out with various trims, and the special one from its all trims is The 2021 Audi R8 Green Hell Edition. This R8 Green Hell Edition has a more elegant cabin and infotainment features on the dashboard than The Base R8. The price of the 2021 R8 Green Hell Edition also higher than the Base R8 Model.
|Transmission:||seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission|
|Torque:||428 pound-feet of torque|
|Curb Weight:||3,505 pounds|
|0-60 mph:||3.1 seconds|
|Top Speed:||206 mph|
How Powerful The 2021 Audi R8 Green Hell Edition?
The company (Audi Motor), said that this R8 Green Hell is a Special edition from all Audi R8 Version, but In terms of Engine Power there almost no difference between this 2021 R8 Green Hell and other Audi R8 Trims. Audi’s 5.2-liter naturally aspirated V-10 engine is plenty powerful in its own right. The unit produces 610 horsepower and 428 pound-feet of torque. A seven-speed S-Tronic transmission sends power to all four wheels and in full flight, the R8 Green Hell can accelerate from 0 to 62 mph in just 3.1 seconds and hit a top speed of 206 mph. You can see the details on the table above!
Maybe the difference between this R8 Green Hell and its base R8 is on its style design. The Tioman Green paint is the clear highlight of the R8 Green Hell Edition, but in the unlikely event that you prefer a different shade, Audi is offering other color options such as Ibis White, Daytona Gray, and Mythos Black, For the special edition R8. The Tioman Green paint is the most in-brand out of all of them. It’s also the most appealing color and it’s the color that looks best with the set of 20-inch five-spoke matte black units that feature red accents. The Tioman Green paint and the red accents on the wheels put the “special” in a special edition.
The R8 Green Hell Edition’s interior is just as special with the blue-green (or green-blue) stitching that you can spot on several areas of the cabin. There’s Alcantara on the steering wheel, knee pads, center armrest, instrument cluster hood, and headliner. The blue-green (or green-blue) stitching isn’t far behind. The same color treatment can also be found on the instrument panel, door rail, and door pull handle.