Would You Live In The Audi R8?

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Pundits have said the R8 is one of the most eminently "livable" supercars. Would you take that phrase all the way?


Welcome to Morning Would, where we present you with some of the most desirable, controversial cars ever built and ask what you would do to drive one.

When most car reviewers say a car is "livable," they mean it's reasonably comfortable and you could, without too much trouble, drive it to work everyday. What they probably don't mean is that you could actually buy one for the purpose of living in it. Would you do that for the Audi R8, though?


The R8 is comfortable and surprisingly calm and quiet when you want it to be. But then again, the seats don't lay flat, there's no internet connection, and from what I understand a bathroom isn't even optional.

Your house is actually probably worth more than an R8 (it is, by super car standards, a bargain), so if you sell it to buy one chances are you might be able to afford a good chiropractor. But would you really sell your abode to move into an Audi? To the comments you go.

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I would not live in an R8. RS6 Avant maybe. But this does remind me a of a story, my mom used to tell. When she was in her early 20's as a single mom with my sister, working as a waitress, and struggling to get by she had a dilemma; she only had enough money to pay rent or her car note. One of her customers said in a charming

southern accent "Honey, you can live in your car but you can't drive your house."