Third-generation racecar packs aero improvements, stickier tires and more power.
Audi's third-generation DTM RS5 appeared alongside its production brother.
Audi's trademark single-frame grille isn't a grille at all on this car, it's actually just a thin film.
The profile looks a lot like the more reserved production RS5 coupe.
A new rear wing includes a flattened top flap to improve the Drag Reduction System and promote more passing in the series.
The front aero package is even more aggressive this time out.
With a 4.0-liter V8 engine delivering over 500 horsepower, you'll be happy to have all the wing you can get.
New tires from partner Hankook are softer for better traction, yet are said to be more durable.
According to DTM regulations, the car must weigh at least 1,120 kilograms with the driver, or just under 2,470 pounds.
This car's predecessor won the constructor's championship in the series last year.
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