Audi Launches Limited-Run R8 V10 Plus Neuberg Edition In Australia

Australians love Audi Sport models and the German company has decided to reward local enthusiasts with 10 limited-edition R8 V10 Plus vehicles, dubbed the Neuberg Edition.

Named after Audi Sport’s home municipality in Germany, the Audi R8 V10 Plus Neuberg Edition is said to feature a number of distinctive elements to differentiate it from a ‘regular’ R8 V10 Plus. In reality, all of the ‘custom’ touches can be specced on any V10 Plus.

Nevertheless, the car comes equipped with gloss black 20-inch wheels, a gloss black engine cover and wing mirror caps, and the usually-optional high-gloss titanium exterior package. Locals will be able to select between a Tango Red, Mythos Black, Suzuka Grey or Daytona Grey exterior paint scheme.

Inside, Audi has equipped the model with black Alcantara, red accent stitching on the black nappa leather seats, aluminum door sills, and gloss carbon fiber inlays.

Customers of the R8 V10 Plus Neuberg Edition will also receive a gift box complete with a Samsung Galaxy S2 tab and Bang & OIufsen H6 headphones.

Local pricing starts at $402,500 ($303,444).

Note: Regular Audi R8 V10 Plus pictured.


  • nastinupe


  • Six Thousand Times

    Still can’t do the black wheels but I like everything else.

  • Vassilis

    S2? That’s old. Why so cheap Audi?

  • lagunas3ca

    Audi should have called it the (RED) Edition, seeing as this is for Australia and they just legalized same-sex marriages.

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