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Best New and Classic Audi Cars

Every automotive enthusiast who does business with Show Cars of Boca Raton has their eye on some enviable model they want to acquire. Many desire high-end European imports for their collections, yet few appreciate the capability and quality of the Audi brand. Audi absolutely deserves attention from collectors and enthusiasts — and here are six models that prove why.

Audi 100 Coupe S

This vintage Audi fastback coupe from the 1970s has all the style and sportiness that you’d want in a classic car. It bears the same curb appeal that many American muscle cars had at the time — but with a very different approach to driving dynamics.

While American sports cars focused on pure power, the Audi 100 Coupe S opted for smooth handling. Its inline-four engine wasn’t the biggest block on the block, but its lightweight build and equipment like a locking differential and torque vectoring made this FWD sports coupe a joy to drive. And, as the first-ever Audi officially sold in America, owning a 100 Coupe S means owning a piece of history.


Audi Quattro

Even if you’ve never heard of this classic Audi, you’ve definitely heard of the brand’s signature all-wheel drive system that bears the same name. It’s no surprise that the automaker became known for its AWD considering how groundbreaking its Quattro rally cars were. Audi was the first competitor to use four-wheel drive in rallying, which earned the company much acclaim — and many victories.

Competition models like the Quattro A1 and Sport Quattro S1 helped lead to the widespread use of AWD in everyday road cars. The street-friendly Audi Quattro was sold in Europe and North America in the 1980s-1990s. Its permanent four-wheel drive system is a mainstay in Audi models now and was a trendsetter at the time.


Audi TT RS

The brand’s rallying heritage is clearly still an influence decades later on contemporary models like the Audi TT. Of its various forms, this two-door sports car reached its zenith as the Audi TT RS. Available as a two-row coupe or two-seat roadster, the Audi TT RS has a leg up on its competitors with standard all-wheel drive, which helps the TT RS launch forward with brisk acceleration and reach a top speed of 174 mph. Its turbocharged five-cylinder engine is undeniably unique and manages to churn out 400 horsepower and 354 lb-ft of torque.

Unfortunately, Audi TT RS sales were discontinued in the U.S. after 2022, but collectors can still easily still find a used version from recent model years in good condition.


Audi R8 V10

Most Audi models are designed to be practical daily drivers with welcome injections of indulgent performance and opulence. The Audi R8 V10 throws practicality out the window to prove what the company’s engineers can create when they want to.

This supercar confirmed the brand’s aptitude for creating truly magnificent performance machines when it wanted to. As Audi’s most popular halo car, the R8 V10 shares the same platform as the Lamborghini Gallardo and looks the part, flaunting ultra-dynamic angles that set it apart from every other Audi. Its performance lives up to its looks, as it achieves a 0-60 acceleration leap in 3.4 seconds and a top speed of 204 mph.


Audi E-Tron GT

Electricity-powered Audi models are just as impressive as gas-powered ones; that’s what the E-Tron GT proved. As the brand’s first mass-produced sports EV, the Audi E-Tron GT shows why electric models are quickly becoming synonymous with stellar performance. Its dual-motor system churns out over 600 horsepower and 600 lb-ft of instant torque, which easily launches the car to 60 mph in 2.9 seconds. That’s faster than the R8 V10 — and far more affordable!

Want to own any of these renowned Audi models? Contact Show Cars of Boca Raton. We’ll find and ship any new or used Audi from anywhere in the U.S. so you can have it in your display case.

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