Beautiful Mythos Black Audi R8 V10 received a set of custom-made ADV5.2 M.V2 CS Series two-piece forged wheels, sized 20×9 and 21×12.5 in the front and rear, adorned with a clean Brushed Aluminum finish, making it one of the most gorgeous looking sports cars out there
We have gotta get something straight. Even though looks wise, the Lamborghini Huracán might be a more aggressive & more beautiful car, the Audi R8 is on par in terms of performance – when equipped with the 5.2-liter V10 engine. Sure, it’s always going to get viewed as the little brother of the Italian sports car, but it’s still one of the best looking and performing mid-engined sports cars available on the market today.
The car features sleek lines, aggressive styling, wide wheel arches, and an impressive V10 engine. Located in the middle of the car, the engine produces impressive horsepower levels and delivers earth-shattering roars, thanks to the naturally aspirated configuration of this powerplant. A true high-performance machine, in every possible way.
The second-generation Audi R8 V10 comes with a 5.2 liter FSI engine, delivering 533 horsepower and 398lb-ft (540Nm) of torque. Thanks to a 7-Speed S-Tronic transmission (coming as standard) and the famed Quattro all-wheel-drive system, the vehicle can launch off the line with impressive speed. For the R8 V10, the 0-62mph (0-100km/h) takes just 3.6 seconds, a rather impressive feat for a vehicle weighing in at 3,616lbs (1,640kg).
Overall, the Quattro all-wheel-drive system used on the R8 is slightly rear-biased with power delivery to the wheels variable. A water-cooled front differential and a passive limited-slip rear differential along with an electromechanical power steering contribute to the agile handling of the car. The variable magnetic-ride suspension is available as an option but is exclusive to the European markets.
This particular Mythos Black Audi R8 V10 comes with a set of ADV5.2 M.V2 CS Series two-piece concave forged wheels. In turn, this gives this German high-performance machine a great updated look, making it as relevant as ever once again. For this build, the wheels are machined in sizes of 20×9 in the front and 21×12.5 in the rear. The wheels feature a Brushed Aluminum finish, accentuating those large orange carbon ceramic brake calipers perfectly. The final touch for these wheels is the 50/50 Exposed Titanium Hardware option.
You can grab a detailed look at this build in the media gallery right below.