The upgrades on the second-generation R8 first raced in 2015, which were announced on Tuesday at the Paris Motor Show, are focused on aerodynamics and cooling, as well as lengthening service intervals for the transmission.
The car incorporates new front bodywork, including a revised splitter aimed at making it more consistent to drive for amateurs.
Audi Sport concentrated on providing these customers with an even better technical base than before.
“The pre-design stage for the evolution of our current model generation centered on many discussions with our teams.”
the evolution package of the Audi R8 LMS pays off both in terms of racing and economy, The latest R8 will retail for £354,000 (€398,000) less taxes and a kit to upgrade an existing car £25,000 (€28,000).
Deliveries to customers will start in time for the 2019 season.