Here&039;s the new R8 RWS, a simplified version of the R8 with rear wheel drive, 540 HP, like the race version
this car leaves behind the aerodynamic features of the V10 Plus, yet it still has an automatic rear flap
on the bottom there&039;s a huge air extractor. The braking system has steel discs with 6 piston calipers. It looks very good
There are 245/35 wheels, while at the rear there are 295/35 tires
the engine is underneath the crystal , there&039;s the aluminum fuel cap, while the side blade is in white
we will test this car for sure next year. It&039;s a simple R8 but it still will be fun thanks to the rear wheel drive and to it&039;s V10 engine. See you soon!
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Hi! Today we are in Audi A5 B8
and I&039;m going to show you how to replace your
dome light bulbs with LEDs.
So let me just show you how it looks.
We have LEDs installed over here. We have much better
light distribution, especially over here.
With the standard bulbs we had just two
hot spots which doesn&039;t
And also LEDs are slightly
OK, accessing those bulbs is
pretty easy. All you need to use is
a prying tool or a
But I prefer to use
prying tools because those are made of plastic and
it&039;s harder to damage your car with those.
Just place the prying tool over here
and the light should pop out.
OK, and with the white plastic cover out you can access your bulbs.
Over here we have AGLINT set of bulbs and
after replacing the just
put this back, press it and it will click back in place.
And for the reading light you&039;ll need a torx screwdriver.
You need to open the glasses holder
and over here
you have a single screw that you need to remove
and once you remove it
you can drop the dome light from the windscreen side
and then just remove the whole unit and access those two bulbs
from the top.
Just remove the holder with the bulb,
replace it with LED, put the holder back in place,
put the dome light back in place,
and remember about that torx screw.
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Is the Audi R8 about to go rear-wheel drive?
A donut-friendly version of the Audi R8 is something that has not been in the cards since the models debut a distant 11 years ago, unless were talking four-wheel drifting on ice, but a rear-wheel-drive version of Ingolstadts halo car could be in the works.
The source of such (scandalous) rumors is Audi itself, which posted a video on its Instagram page showing a red-striped R8 painting the pavement in a way only a rear-wheel-drive car can.
Is Audi really going to offer the R8 without its signature quattro all-wheel drive?
The move isnt as unprecedented as it sounds, as its Lamborghini Huracan sibling is now offered in rear-wheel-drive flavor.
The second-generation R8 debuted in 2015 after numerous Coupe and Spyder versions of the first-gen model, and it seems like just about the only version that Audi has not yet fielded is one with just the rear wheels doing the work.
In fact, back in June, then-Audi Sport boss Stephan Winklemann said he could see RWD-only models in Audis future.
Some rumors say that part of the name change from Audi Quattro to Audi Sport portended the new direction.
A rear-wheel-drive version of the R8 could offer plenty of entertainment, as the current R8 churns out 540 hp and 398 lb-ft of torque courtesy of its 5.2-liter V10.
The R8 V10 Plus could provide an even scarier experience with its 610 hp and 413 lb-ft of torque, even though its more likely that an RWD version would aim to be an entry-level model and only offer the base version of the 5.2-liter engine or a smaller engine altogether.
One of the more interesting questions that a rear-wheel-drive version of an R8 raises is just how much weight can be saved by ditching quattro and how much money buyers may be able to save off the starting price by opting for this model.
After all, less hardware should mean less weight and less money, or so the thinking goes.
But weve been surprised by the pricing logic of German automakers before, so we wont make any predictions.