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The Audi R8 May Be Going RWD For Some Reason

I once sat around a table with senior brass from Audi and was laughed at for asking if the brand would ever introduce a drift mode like many of its rivals. Well now rumours and teases indicate Audi will instead offer an R8 that's always in drift mode with a rear-wheel drive model. Who's laughing now? More »      
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