The original Audi Sport Quattro was a more extreme variant of the Audi Quattro, which popularized all-wheel drive in the World Rally Championship. Each of the 160 road vehicles produced 306-hp from a 2.1-liter inline-five engine, which was a significant output at the time. However, powertrain technology has advanced.
That idea is supported by LCE Performance in Germany, which developed a 700-hp Audi Sport Quattro replica. The initial inline-five has been substituted with a 2.5-liter Audi five-cylinder diesel engine. From then, it's been heavily upgraded, with a redesigned Audi S2 20-valve head, forged pistons, a reworked crankshaft, and far more.
It's now receiving 29 psi of increase from a Turbo Engineers TTE1200, and that's not even its final state! At 49.3 psi, you'll have 1081 hp, but you'll have to accept that your vehicle is more like a bomb than a car. Furthermore, the Audi Sport Quattro replica looks fantastic in its red body over gold wheels, with tiny aesthetic tweaks like the see-through front fascia adding aggressiveness and drama to the Sport Quattro.
The entire package is customizable, and, believe it or not, this Audi Sport Quattro clone is street legal in Germany. Pricing starts at €90,000 ($109,112 at current exchange rates), according to the company's website.