Which Is Better: Audi R8 or Porsche 911.
Audi often edges Porsche by offering a comparable amount of German styling and performance at a lower starting price. That flips when you compare the Audi R8 alongside the Porsche 911, which can you save as much as $73,000 with its lower starting price. The 911 has room for four people in a pinch (though the rear seats are miniscule), has a shorter wheelbase that makes city streets and parking lots more manageable, and tends to be more reliable, all of which make the 911 easier to live with on a regular basis. Its diverse lineup (more than 20 trims are available) gives you the freedom to pick from an $89,400 911 Carrera to a $200,400 911 Turbo S Cabriolet, or anywhere in between. Though the 911 is one of the most renowned luxury sports cars, it is still not a supercar. If joining the exclusive club of supercar ownership is what you’re after, you want to stay with the R8.