The Audi quattro presented at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1980 represented a quantum leap in the repositioning of the Audi brand. The statement “Vorsprung durch Technik” was taken literally.
A new 20-valve engine was introduced in 1989. With it, the quattro became the last series production model to be given a controlled catalytic converter. After 11,452 Audi quattro cars had been built, production of the longest built Audi model ceased on 17 May 1991.
Engine: 5-cylinder petrol engine with turbocharger and
Displacement: 2,144 cc to 2,226 cc
Power: from 200 hp at 5,500 rpm to 220 hp at 5,900 rpm
Production: 11,452 cars