730 hp: Ken Block drives a donut in the Audi Sport quattro replica
For rally driver Ken Block, that was Audi Sport Quattro a childhood dream. In 2021 he almost achieved this goal. At that time, the American revealed white for the first time Sports quattro. Or rather: a replica of the iconic Audi. Because only 214 originals were built – and not all of them are designed for normal roads. Just buying a Sport quattro seems difficult. So Block took the most obvious solution and bought a copy from LCE Performance.
The original replica was red in color and known as “Turbo Monster”. The sports car was painted white for the drift racer. During the construction, the tuners took the front one Audi 80 sedan and back Audi Quattro.
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And what about the white replica heart? After all, Audi was not called “turbo monster” for nothing. The original Quattro Sport comes with a 2.1-liter inline five-cylinder engine and delivers 306 hp and 330 Nm of maximum torque. From the beginning, the engine was designed to be bumped up to 400 or 500 hp easily. But that was not enough for LCE Performance.
More than 400 hp more than the original Sport quattro
2.5 liter engine parts from Audi A6 TDI, Audi S2 and one A VW bus (diesel) with a turbocharger results in a proud 730 hp! In addition, the replica drives a four-wheel drive – like the original model – with a six-speed gearbox.