It's an original Quattro which was converted by UK firm Dialynx into a short wheelbase Sport Quattro competing at the Isle of Man Manx Classic Hillclimb and Sprint Series in April.

Only 224 original Audi Sport Quattros were built. These highly sought after vehicles, which were brought forth to satisfy homologation requirements for the Group B category of rally racing between 1982 to 1984, were distinguished by their 12.6 inch (320 mm) shortened wheelbase compared to the "original" Quattro Coupes, widened body and power output of 306 HP (225 kW / 302 bhp).

In the video above we have an original Quattro which was converted by UK firm Dialynx into a short wheelbase Sport Quattro competing at the Isle of Man Manx Classic Hillclimb and Sprint Series in April. Run by Keith Edwards Motors the Sport Quattro replica has been equipped with Pikes Peak bodywork, a new roof with Sport quattro-esque screen, and approximately 800 HP (588 kW / 789 bhp).

 

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Audi Sport Quattro replica at Isle of Man [video]