We’ve given Audi’s V-8-powered R8 plenty of praise. The addition of Lamborghini’s V-10 nudges the already superlative R8 into the realm of exotic-dom, but don’t think of the R8 as a rebadged Lamborghini Gallardo. There are mechanical similarities, but the German manufacturer has kept to its ways. Instead of screaming for attention, the R8 V-10 has only subtle exterior changes compared to the V-8 version. Intake sideblades are flared outward and there is less restriction into the air ducts. It’s done for a reason—not just aesthetics.