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TMR Team | Jun, 19 2013 | 3 Comments

Audi will unveil a new evolution of its 2010 Quattro coupe concept at September's Frankfurt Motor Show, according to reports out of Germany this week.

Plans for a production version of the earlier concept were reported binned in favour of a new compact SUV to rival the Range Rover Evoque, inspired by the 2012 Crosslane concept.

Now, German paper Auto Zeitung reports that Audi is at last planning to produce a limited-edition homage to the legendary Sport Quattro, and September's concept is expected to preview the new model.

The report claims the special new model will utilise the MLB/MLP platform that underpins the A5 and other Audi models, while advanced construction materials and methods will cut weight to around 1250kg.

Audi's 4.0 litre twin-turbo V8 is expected to provide motivation, with around 480kW sent to the all-wheel-drive system through a seven-speed dual-clutch auto.

A very supercar 0-100km/h time of around 3.4 seconds is understood to be the goal of the Quattro's engineering team.

If this report is accurate, watch for details to surface in the coming weeks.

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