Audi Quattro Sport

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Audi Quattro Sport
Designer: Original car
Released: 1990
Game version: All
Engine specs: DOHC Inline-5 Turbo, 2133cc
Torque peak at: not verified
Max horsepower (est.): 220HP
Transmission: 5-speed
0-60mph: 5.1s
0-100mph: 14.4s
Half mile: 22.25s
Flat track top speed: 144mph
Real top speed : 218mph
Performance data refers to BB 1.1 version unless the car is for 1.0 versions only.

The Audi Quattro Sport is one of the eleven cars originally included in Stunts. One of the "slow cars" of Stunts, the Audi possesses three key characteristics which set it apart from most other cars. The first one is the enormous gap (around 70mph) between its flat-track and real top speed. Such a gap allows for large jump-boosting potential, and make it in most racing situations a lot faster car than expected. Additionally, the Audi has more responsive steering than nearly all other cars, conferring it far better handling in relation to other slow cars. Combined, these characteristics often make the Audi able to match the performance of cars which, on first impression, appear to be significantly faster. Finally, no discussion of Audi's on-track behaviour would be complete without mentioning its notorious proneness to random bug jumps and related special effects, allowing for exotic racing lines and wild replays. Both the above-average handling and the unpredictable behaviour arise from the short wheelbase, a trait shared by Audi's companion rally homologation model, the Lancia.

External Links

The Audi Quattro on Wikipedia