Even super heroes require a neat set of wheels and what a better choice for Tony Stark than the Audi R8. Scheduled for release on May 2, 2008, Marvel Comic’s Iron Man tells the story of billionaire industrialist, Tony Starks (played by Rober Downey Jr.) who creates a technologically advanced armor suit thus becoming the Iron Man. Paramount, which is putting the comic book on the big screen, has come to an agreement with Audi and from what we’ve heard, the R8 won’t be the only model from Ingolstadt to play in the film. -Follow the jump for the official teaser of the film
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