Audi Quattro Engine

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Needing a used Audi Quattro engine?  Then ASAP Motors is the place for you to start looking. Let our sellers compete for your business. By filling out our form it will then be sent out nationwide to find the Audi Quattro engine you need. Sellers will then send you a quote and now you just have to decide which one you want to buy.  it’s that simple at ASAP Motors.



The Audi created the Quattro to win rally cup races. The Quattro refers to the all-wheel drive configuration that all Quattro’s share. The Quattro successfully competed on the rally circuit, winning eleven races between 1980 and 1984. The car was produced from 1980 until 1991. Audi began selling the Quattro in the United States in 1983.

All Quattro’s featured a turbocharged engine. Turbocharging uses a fan powered by exhaust gases to spin another fan (usually on the same axle) to force additional fuel/air mixture into the combustion chamber. Turbocharging takes advantage of energy which would be wasted. Most turbochargers include an intercooler to cool the air before it goes into the combustion chamber, increasing the efficiency of the engine.

For the first Quattro, Audi used a 2.1 liter, five-cylinder, inline engine with a single overhead camshaft and ten valves, delivering 197 horsepower and 210 lb-ft. of torque. The Quattro with this engine took 7.1 seconds to go from zero to 60 mph and reached a top speed of 137 mph. Audi changed to double overhead camshafts and increased the displacement slightly in 1989. The new engine produced 217 horsepower and powered the Quattro to a top speed of 143 mph. American engines were modified to meet emissions standards and produced less power.

The engine for the Quattro is a good replacement candidate and is available from engine dealers across the country. There are engine brokers that work with buyers to find the engine the buyer needs. The broker qualifies the seller and arranges for the transaction.


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