German startup E-Legend has created a performance electric car that draws inspiration from the glorious days of rallying – notably Audi’s all-conquering Quattro S1, the first all-wheel-drive rally car to compete in the World Rally Championship (WRC).
E-Legend chose some big shoes to fill for its incoming electric concept. For those old enough to remember, Audi took home three WRC titles between 1982 to 1985, and the Quattro instantly became a rallying legend.
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