The 2023 Audi R8 GT Is a $250,000 Goodbye to the R8

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2023 Audi R8 GT review!!! The 2023 Audi R8 GT is the end of the line for the R8– and it's very difficult to say goodbye. Today I'm examining the new 2023 Audi R8 GT, and I'll show you all the peculiarities and features of this special automobile. I'm also going to get behind the wheel of the brand-new 2023 R8 GT and reveal you what it's like to .

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CHAPTERS:
00:00 THIS …
00:48 CARS & BIDS!!!
01:37 Introduction
02:44 What Makes This R8 Special?
03:22 Standard Options
04:07 Pricing
04:34 Carbon Fiber Add-on
05:43 Extra Outside Functions
06:26 Interior Badging
07:13 Special Pail Seats
07:59 Drift Mode?
08:40 General Interior Characteristics
09:10 Weight Savings
09:57 More Interior Functions
10:58 The R8 is Old

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12:15 Good Ole V10
12:46 Vroom Vroom
13:14 What's Coming Next?
13:42 Front Trunk & Storage
14:29 Driving Experience
18:36 Final Thoughts
19:01 DougScore

The 2023 Audi R8 GT Is a $250,000 Goodbye to the R8

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83 Comments

    1. Love the r8! My fav to this day is the first gen with the v8 then the first gen v10 the the first gen gt

  1. I’m going to miss the Audi R8, especially the V10. Hopefully we at least get a hybrid V8 in the future.

    1. Most likely there will be some kind of hybrid on v8 or v10 as they did in the lambo it is very unlikely that they will go down to an electric car so quickly, at least I count on it

    2. There are rumors floating around that the next Cayman/Boxster chassis could be utilized by Audi for a mid-motor electric two seater. I’ll believe it when I see it, but it could easily be done.

    3. honestly at this point of vehicle industry I just hope we get an ICE at all, this STUPID EV hype is ruining everything cool.

  2. I owned a 2008 Audi R8 V8 and then later in 2012 a 2011 Audi R8 V10 Spyder (both Manuals)
    I do prefer the Look of the older ones, especially the Front but in general that Car and i’m sure i’m not the only one
    But that said, Audi R8s are very reliable, never had serious Issues with any of them and i actually drove mine regularly. So definitely a fantastic Sportscar and also not too expensive.
    Prost & Cheers from Berchtesgaden in the Bavarian Alps

  3. Easily one the greatest and most influential halo cars of all time!

    Thanks for the memories, Audi!

  4. The R8 was the first supercar that I loved seeing as a kid. Sad to see it’s going away.

    1. No matter how quick a new EV version may be, it will never be as desirable as this mechanical marvel with all it’s emotion. It will be like going from a Rolex Daytona to an iWatch

    2. I’d like to think they won’t end it. They haven’t announced it’s over he’s assuming that. Audi only said it’s the end of Gen 2

  5. As much as I hate the fact that the R8 will no longer be in production, I am so happy that Doug will still do the solo reviews.

    1. Yeah if Doug wants to do duo reviews, making a different channel is better to do different content format, hence the channel name here is just “Doug DeMuro” so of course we’re gonna expect that it’s going to be just him. It’s also foolish of him to erase “More Doug DeMuro” entirely and renamed it to “Cars & Bids” since the actual Cars & Bids channel is struggling to gain subscribers

    2. ​@SsobGamerCool Aufi R8 GT and even though it’s not going to be mass produced I love it. You’ll not see millions of units on this Audi R8 GT and I love the way it looks yeah it’s not sold to the masses.

    3. I feel this is one of those vehicles brought back as electric, probably as a Tesla Roadster competitor

  6. The R8 is highly underrated and I’m guessing the market will reflect it in a few years. We’ll look back on the days when these weren’t absurdly expensive to buy one.

    1. Maybe, at the same time you can pick up a Gallardo or an older Huracan. Not quite the same comfort experience, but definitely more of that supercar experience that people want.

    2. Can’t really call a $250k car underrated. It BETTER be damned good! I do miss the days when cars were more affordable for mere mortals. Even the Corvette Z06 is well out of the grasp of most of its previous customers.

    3. @Shuo Wang price will go up after theyre done being built, regardless of the amount left

  7. I think that this is the best way to say goodbye to the Audi R8. After all, it’s the last survivor with a V10 engine. We’re going to miss you, R8…

    1. @RedLP5000S my 2 favorite super cars. The R8 and Huracan are both being discontinued this year. I loved purely because of the V10

    1. He still consistently does solo new car reviews dude what do you mean “change of pace” 💀💀

  8. It feels so weird seeing a 2023 automobile with an actual nice looking interior instead of one that was just designed around one massive screen in the middle with everything else being merely an afterthought.

    1. @Cen Ciende For almost all recent cars I’ve been in I was like “wow that looks exactly like the previous generation but with an even larger screen”

    1. I didn’t understand why Doug was complaining about the interior tech. Any center infotainment screen inevitably starts to look dated in 5-10 years when something better comes out. Sometimes less is more

  9. The “old” interior is honestly a selling point for me. Modern Audi interiors are my favorite. Very simplistic.

    1. Yeah, when we look back in a few decades, I imagine this interior will age extremely well. One of the issues with cars from the modern era is the fact that the tech will be so dated or viewed as tacky in the future.

      “Remember when we were putting iPads in car interiors? That was so ridiculous.” – People in the future

      Or, everything will just be self driving and the whole car will be an infotainment system…

    2. I had a 2012 A7 and it made me feel so special (that sounds kinda weird, but you know what I mean) every time I climbed in. It was maxed out on the. interior trim and every surface you touched was metal – a trick that BMW and Mercedes never figured out – and it just gave you a solid experience every time, and was super quiet to boot. For the midrange car it was an extremely high quality experience and still looks good today.

    3. Actually any car with a big central screen I already feel old. Who really need a big screen when they’re driving? And not as safe in the night. Now I’ve owned my r8 spyder for 6 years. Still feel like a new car interior. Nothing really aged.

  10. The missing center screen is not a bad thing in my opinion, Doug brought up that argument on other cars: Basically this will age much more gracefully since most screens will just age very badly.

    1. Exactly, and it is NOT a sign that the R8 is old. More or less all other Audis at the time had a center screen – incuding the first generation R8! It was a concious decision by Audi to get rid of the center screen in this R8, and was quite unusual when it came out.

    2. Completely agree, in 10 years it won’t feel as old as some other cars with out dated infotainments. That’s the same reason Bugatti don’t do infotainments either.

    3. This is apples and oranges though. Cars like this are collectables, so a center screen would hurt that aspect. A Honda accord has a shelf life of 10 -15 years, so taking away the screen would just take away usability.

  11. Love the no center screen! It will be a blessing 20 years from now! Could you imagine if they had the gated shifter for this final model!?!?

    1. Absolutely. Its brilliant in the same way every bugatti doesn’t have one either to look timeless.

  12. Love this car! Must say I prefer the simple buttons in the center as it ages better with time, just like in the Bugatti Chiron.

  13. 17 years with minimal changes to the design. That says something about how iconic it turned out to be. Going to miss the R8.

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