Audi V8 (D11) Horsepower - All Generations And Trims

Average Audi V8 (D11) horsepower by years

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Quick Notes on Audi V8 (D11) Horsepower

    • Average horsepower of 1989 Audi V8 (D11): 265 hp / 195 kW
    • Lowest horsepower of 1989 Audi V8 (D11): 250 hp / 184 kW
    • Highest horsepower of 1989 Audi V8 (D11): 280 hp / 206 kW
    • Average torque of 1989 Audi V8 (D11): 370 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline)
    • Difference from world average: +53%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 6 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 66 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 53 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 10 / 10

1989 Audi V8 (D11) Horsepower Chart

In 1989 Audi V8 (D11) horsepower was between 250 and 280 hp or 184 and 206 kW.

  • 3.6 V8 — 250 hp / 184 kW
  • 4.2 V8 — 280 hp / 206 kW

    1989 Audi V8 (D11) Horsepower To Weight Ratio Graph

    Audi V8 (D11) horsepower to weight ratio in 1989 is shown in the chart.

  • 3.6 V8: 6.84 kg/hp or 9.3 kg/kW
  • 4.2 V8: 6.11 kg/hp or 8.3 kg/kW

    1989 Audi V8 (D11) Horsepower To CC Ratio Chart

    Audi V8 (D11) horsepower to CC ratio is shown in this graph

  • 3.6 V8: 14.25 cc/hp and 70.19 hp/liter
  • 4.2 V8: 14.9 cc/hp and 67.11 hp/liter

    Additional Info on 1989 Audi V8 (D11) Horsepower

    Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
    3.6 V8 250 hp / 184 kw
    (+45%)
    +26% 50 hp / 37 kw 31 hp / 23 kw 69.4 points
    4.2 V8 280 hp / 206 kw
    (+62%)
    +30% 56 hp / 41 kw 35 hp / 26 kw 66.7 points
    Vehicle 3.6 V8
    Power (difference from average) 250 hp / 184 kw
    (+45%)
    Power to torque ratio 26 %
    Power per passenger 50 hp / 37 kw
    Power to 1 cylinder 31 hp / 23 kw
    Power to consumption rate 69.4 points
    Vehicle 4.2 V8
    Power (difference from average) 280 hp / 206 kw
    (+62%)
    Power to torque ratio 30 %
    Power per passenger 56 hp / 41 kw
    Power to 1 cylinder 35 hp / 26 kw
    Power to consumption rate 66.7 points