Creventic has created the CR8, based on the Audi R8, and destined to conquer the racetrack. Unfortunately we don’t like it as the Audi R8 is a different kind of car, not made for this useless mods. This is a not a Nissan GT-R! Just seeing that wing makes us wonder if it can fly.
Thus far, Creventic has been cautious with its modifications. The current CR-8 benefits from a remapped engine management system to produce 430 hp (ten horses over the stock 420) and the removal of the factory-installed low-gear restrictor, as well as a host of baubles and bolt-ons to the body to bring it up to race spec. 18-inch BBS competition rims wrapped in Toyo racing slicks are put in place, a 90-liter racing fuel tank installed and AST suspension components mounted at all four corners. Creventic is also working on squeezing more power out of the RS4-derived V8 engine, a race-spec sequential gearbox and carbon fiber body panels, among other competition modifications.