One of the most significant rally cars of all time made its introduction to the world in 1980, with the unveiling of Audi’s rally contender, the Quattro. The Quattro was the first rally car to take advantage of the new rules permitting four-wheel-drive for rally competition, but there were some initial doubts about four-wheel-drive’s suitability to rallying. Some thought it would be too complex and heavy to be competitive. The critics were quickly proven wrong.
– Group B Rally]
US$43, CA$54, €37, NZ$63, £31