The Audi quattro is a design landmark. When the car first appeared in 1980 it caused a sensation. Audi's obsession with technical innovation resulted in a turbocharged four-wheel-drive machine that revolutionised rallying and took road car handling and grip to a new level. The quattro won on its rally debut, and went on to win four world titles. The quattro's rallying career ended in 1986 with the banning of Group B, although road car production continued, and more than 11,000 cars were built in total. This beautifully designed book tells the full road car and competition story.