André Lotterer had no choice but to get hooked on cars, as his father raced Ur-Quattros and Audi 80s working for the former tuner Nothelle, and then managed the RAS team. The younger Lotterer went on to become a multiple LMP1 and Super GT champion, racing for Toyota/Lexus, and Porsche. But his daily comes from his father's era.
This red 1984 Sport Quattro is no garage queen. It packs around 450 horsepower instead of the stock 200, with a lowered suspension, Group B wheels, a tasty Italvolanti Indianapolis Formel steering wheel, and personal touch, a straight pipe exhaust system. The officials of Monte Carlo aren't tight on
The resulting five-cylinder is the perfect car for the rally stages above Monaco, and a daily driver fit for someone used to the speed of Audi R18s.