Wide, low and painted in glowing Fiji Orange,
the quattro Spyder caused a stir at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 1991.
It was Audi’s first thoroughbred sports car and the first Audi with an aluminum body.
The body consisted of a load-bearing frame and a separate skin.
The entire vehicle weighed just 1,100 kilograms (2,425.08 lb).
Powered by a 2.8-liter V6 engine with an output of 128 kW (174 hp)
allowed this two-seater to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h (62.14 mph) in 6.0 seconds
before reaching its top speed of 250 km/h (155.34 mph).
A specially designed quattro powertrain distributed power to all four wheels.
Its interior featured a lot of aluminum parts, foreshadowing the character of the first TT (1998).
Never went into production.
Two concepts presented by Audi in 1991:
(L) Audi quattro Spyder (R) Audi Avus quattro Concept
(Photos from autowp.ru & commons.wikimedia.org)