What you see below is the underside of an original Audi Quattro. The Ur-Quattro's wheel size went from 15-by-six-inchers with 205/60-15 tires to 15-by-eights with 215/50-15 tires for the 1984 facelift, and today, the only stock-size tire available is Toyo's super sticky Proxes R888. But Dutch tire manufacturer Vredestein decided to change that by extending with the new Sprint+ family, which will combine authentic 1970s and 1980s styles and proportions with modern construction. Starting with the Ur-Quattro's rubber.
The classic tire business is certainly on the rise, and while Pirelli has decided to become the number one player in the European vintage sports car business with its Cinturatos, Bridgestone went as far as creating a whole new tire just for the Jaguar XJ220.
Now, thanks to Vredestein, you won't have to put 16-inch wheels on your Quattro to stay safe on the road. Or off, because Quattro.