A first generation Audi R8 V8 has been transformed into a modern interpretation of the Skoda 130 RS rally car. Known as the Skoda R200 Non-Fiction, the supercar was styled by Czech designer Petr Novák and has the following dimensions: 4400mm length, 2000m width and 1300mm height. Development took approximately 18 months and the end result is a vehicle with a rather controversial design which includes Bentley headlights among others.
Underneath the new skin it’s the old Audi R8 V8 4.2 FSI likely with the same 420 PS and 430 Nm output as the original car and in this case it sends power to the quattro all-wheel drive system through a six-speed manual gearbox.
The Skoda R200 Non-Fiction is scheduled to enter production phase early 2016 and the plan is to make about 24 cars at around €255,000 per unit.