The Audi Quattro Coupe of 1980 is a two-door coupe that offers a distinctive style and performance. Its iconic silhouette and angular body is classic and timeless, its sleek black exterior offset with a slim chrome trim giving the classic muscle car look a touch of sophistication. The Quattro Coupe sits on five-spoke alloy wheels and its low-slung design ensuring that it is a true classic of the era. Stepping inside the Quattro Coupe, you are welcomed by a combination of suede and leather seats, giving an opulent feel, while the chrome accents lend a touch of classic class to the interior. The multifunctional steering wheel is leather trimmed and provides you with direct access to the controls. As you settle in, the Climate Control ensures that you are comfortable, while the standard in-car entertainment keeps you entertained or informed on your journey. The Quattro Coupe is powered by a 2.1-litre 5-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine, which produces a powerful 140bhp enough to take you from 0-62mph in a breath-taking 8.3 seconds. The Quattro Coupe is able to effortlessly maintain momentum, while its four-wheel drive system provides outstanding grip, allowing you to take corners with confidence and power. The Audi Quattro Coupe of 1980 is a timeless classic of the era, offering an enviable combination of classic style, modern conveniences, and outstanding performance. Its iconic silhouette, luxurious interior, and powerful engine make it a worthy addition to any classic car collection.
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