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Just about every Los Santos hoodlum dreams of a sports car – but only the real criminal masterminds drive an Audi in Grand Theft Auto 5.
This German brand is well known among car enthusiasts for using the latest technologies to give the driver a luxurious experience as they slam the pedal to the metal.
Driving an Audi will help establish your role as the leader in the minds of any associates. People who drive Audi know what they’re doing, or so the famous saying goes.
There’s a wide variety of Audi mods for GTA5, but not all are made equal. So we’ve curated this list to help you easily find your dream ride.
1. Audi Quattro Sport (1983)
The Audi Quattro Sport is a 1983 road and rally car manufactured by the German company for European and North American markets.
“Quattro” means “four” in Italian. The name was chosen to showcase one of the Quattro’s main selling points: a four-wheel drive.
In fact, the Quattro was created to take advantage of a recent change in competition rules allowing all-wheel drive systems – a massive advantage in the rough terrain of rally events.
2. Audi Q8 (2020) Prior Edition
After the great success of the Quattro, subsequent Audi models featuring four-wheel drive started carrying the “Q” brand – including the Audi Q8.
This mid-size luxury crossover SUV was not made with rallying in mind, but its four-wheel drive makes it a fantastic option for road trips requiring a little off-road action.
The large, octagonal front grill and the character lines of the Q8 are directly inspired by the classic Quattro.
3. Audi RSQ8 Mansory
Along with the regular Q8, Audi introduced the RSQ8 – a racing spec version of the Q8 with a much more powerful engine and gearbox combo.
These upgrades allow the RSQ8 to hit 100km/h in just 3.8 seconds, with a top speed of 305km/h if you remove the 250km/h electronic limitation.
This GTA 5 mod offers something even more exciting and exclusive: the Mansory edition of the RSQ8.
Mansory has made a name for itself tuning and upgrading all kinds of luxury cars, and their work on the RSQ8 deserves an award. They made the RSQ8 look as good as it performs.
4. Audi ABT RSQ8-R (2021)
Hardcore car enthusiasts will immediately recognize ABT Sportline – an auto-tuning company bringing the tech and know-how of the racing track to personal luxury vehicles.
Applied to Audi’s already remarkable RSQ8, this knowledge and expertise gave us one of the sexiest crossover SUVs ever: The RSQ8-R.
With 700hp and a max speed orbiting 315km/h, the RSQ8-R leaves other notorious SUVs, such as the Lamborghini Urus, in the dust.
5. Audi Q7 (2017) Police
The Audi Q7 is the slightly larger and beefier older sister of the Audi Q8.
This mid-size crossover luxury SUV has been around since 2006 and remains a popular choice for those who think bigger is better.
It offers ample cargo space and will easily carry seven passengers (and their guns).
Thanks to this mod, you’ll enjoy the benefits of the Q7 from the other side of the law. It’s an unmarked police vehicle with only a special license plate and intermittent LEDs to identify the driver as law enforcement.
6. Audi RS6 Avant (2020)
In 1994, Audi shocked the world with the release of the Audi RS2 Avant – a high-performance version of the Audi 80, also known as the Audi Avant.
It was their first “RS” or “racing sport” vehicle, and for the German manufacturer, it was only the beginning.
One of my favorite entries in the RS family is the Audi RS6 Avant. This mighty station wagon revolutionizes the market and gives customers a spacious ride that doesn’t compromise performance or style.
Along with the base car, this mod offers some exclusive ABT and Audi Performance liveries for extra customization.
7. Audi A6 (2020)
We’ll shift our focus away from SUVs and station wagons by looking at the Audi A6 – a gorgeous executive sedan that fuses prestige and performance into a stylish package.
It’s stable, refined, and makes you look like the CEO of a small but successful start-up even though you’re actually the CEO of running over pedestrians.
The turbocharged V6 engine is a thing of beauty. It’s coupled with a mild-hybrid drivetrain, so you’ll be doing your part to reduce emissions and save the planet.
8. Audi R8 Spyder (2020)
So far, we’ve covered gorgeous but relatively low-profile rides.
In a way, we’ve been playing it safe.
For something that’ll get your heart beating faster, check out the irresistible sexy beast that is the Audi R8 Spyder.
This stylish and agile two-seater looks incredible with or without a roof. It’ll make you feel like the world’s coolest criminal while speeding down the Los Santos freeway.
9. Audi Cabriolet (1995)
The Audi R8 Spyder is a magnificent convertible, but I’m a sucker for vintage rides.
When it was launched in 1995, I’m sure people saw the Audi Cabriolet like I see the Audi R8 Spyder: irreverent, sexy, and exciting. In the 2020s, I love it because of how simple it looks.
There’s something about the Audi Cabriolet that captures the idea of simple fun, and I’m here for it.
10. Audi RSQ Concept
If the 1995 Audi Cabriolet is a blast from the past, the Audi RSQ Concept is a dream for the future.
This undeniably futuristic concept car was created to appear in I, Robot (2004) as an Audi product placement. It’s what designers at Audi in 2004 thought the brand’s racing sport line might look like in the year 2035.
Besides the abolition of straight lines anywhere on the car (other than the grille), one of my favorite changes has to be the introduction of entirely spherical “wheels.”
This mod doesn’t feature the most high-quality model – and the interior is as low-quality as it gets – but its uniqueness makes it a must-try among custom Audi vehicles for GTA 5.
11. Audi R8 (2020) Hycade
I’ve always been a fan of the more daring custom sports cars: the kind that looks like someone spent four hours customizing a single vehicle in Need for Speed Heat (2019).
The Audi R8 Hycade definitely fits that description.
Hycade is an amateur automotive designer who’s gained traction online, showcasing customized sports cars on his YouTube channel and Instagram.
His style is sharp and racing-inspired, as you can tell from the gloriously wide fenders and massive spoiler fit for a race car on this custom Audi R8.
Alternatively, check out the factory-setting 2020 Audi R8.
12. Audi R8 V10 ABT (2017)
The Audi R8 is one of the German manufacturer’s sexiest trailblazers yet.
It’s based on the massively successful Lamborghini Huracan, with which it shares the Modular Sports System platform. They also share a powerful V10 engine with an admirable output of 601hp.
The custom ABT Sportsline Audi R8 kit supercharges the engine to 630hp, and substantial weight reduction helps give the driver more bang for every pony.
With an exterior design that’s just a little more aggressive than the base Audi R8, this custom beast will be a head-turner wherever you take it.
13. Audi R8 Star of Lucis (2016)
Here’s one for the real nerds to go wild about.
The Star of Lucis might be the single most regal-looking Audi ever produced. Just looking at those kaleidoscopic rims sends chills running down my spine.
It was created as part of a collaboration between the German marque and Square Enix to promote Final Fantasy XV (2016).
According to the FFXV lore, the Star of Lucis was designed by Audi in tandem with the Royal Art Society of Lucis as a gift for prince Noctis Lucis Caelum.
You can see it in action in the 2016 prequel film Kingsglaive: FFXV and in this fantastic GTA 5 mod.
14. Audi RS7 Sportback (2021)
The Audi RS7 Sportback is based on the Audi A7 – already an award-winning executive coupe.
It supercharges it with a twin-turbo V8 engine and several other performance enhancements that allow it to reach a max speed of 305km/h.
Visually, it retains the regal and prestigious-looking structure of the A7 but with a sporty edge. It ages down the car and communicates that you care about what’s under the hood and not just the luxury options.
15. Audi e-tron GT Concept (2018)
Created through a joint effort between Audi and its sister company Porsche, the Audi e-tron GT Concept was the German manufacturer’s third fully-electric car.
It’s built on the same J1 platform as the Porsche Taycan and actually shares around 40% of its parts with Porsche’s electric sports car.
Despite almost every design choice having an aerodynamic reason behind it, the end result is one of the most visually striking cars ever produced by the four-ringed company.