Where to even begin with the Audi R8 V8.
Let’s start with the Ferrari 458 Italia, a car that doubles the base price of the Audi. It’s much more fun to drive than it is to talk about; discussions among enthusiasts usually begin with someone saying, “It’s amazing!” and end with everyone else agreeing. Opposite that is the vast, swirling nebula of cars that are often more fun to talk about than they are to drive.
In between, there are very few cars that are as fun to discuss as they are to drive, and this Audi is one. It’s a car that challenges our notions about its actual competitive set and, even better, its philosophical competitive set, its driving experience, its price, its future, its present viewed from the future, and its verifiable and/or potential pedigree.
We recently attempted to sort out some of those notions during ten days in an R8 V8 driving from Munich to Le Mans. We arrived at quite a few answers, and although we walked away from it still confounded, there’s no denying one thing: it is so, so good.
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