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Just in case you attended this summer's Waterfest show in New Jersey, you likely spotted this Imola Yellow Audi S4 sedan parked at the NGP stand in the vendor area. Truth is. It's hard to miss.
Sitting super low and rolling on 19x9.5" Miro 111 wheels that bare more than a passing resemblance to BBS motorsport wheels one might see on a Porsche RS Spyder LMP2 car in similar yellow paint, it's fair
When we last toured the quattro GmbH's R8 production line in Neckarsulm, Germany, we were told that most R8s are built in neutral shades such as white, silver, black or grey. Apparently the person who ordered this R8 V10 Spyder didn't get the memo. Dipping into the Audi Exclusive custom paint option for the Audi R8, this particular open-air R8 gets Audi's loud Imola Yellow paint.
Introduced during the B5 S4 era, Imola Yellow has long been the color for those Audi owners looking to get noticed. For the 2012 model year, this gold hue has finally been pulled from the S4 palette but that won't stop fans of Imola to continue to order it via Audi Exclusive. Case in point is this RS 5 found by quattroholic for sale in the UK via Ebay.
This isn't the first Imola Yellow R8 we've seen or even posted in our Audi News Blog before but this latest car posted over on Audiblog.nl grabbed our attention just the same. There's something about painting the R8 in that gold hue made mainstream on the B5 S4 that emphasizes the car's exotic nature. No, we wouldn't order one in Imola and most owners don't, preferring greys, blacks and silvers according to