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This year marks the tenth anniversary of the launch of the Audi Sportbikes and the tenth Anniversary of the debut of the Porsche Cayennes. 

Audi SportBikes, Porsche’s new range of premium luxury sports bikes, are the first to be launched as a new brand under Audi.

The new sports bikes are built to the same standard of technology, design and build quality as the iconic sports bikes of the 70s, but with a little more of a premium and a new focus on the appeal of luxury and performance. 

Audi Sportbike is the result of years of work by the Audi Design Group, which has been in the business of designing luxury cars since 2005. 

Its a design studio whose previous design portfolio includes the Porsche 919, Porsche Macan, Porsche Carrera and the new Audi S3. 

As with most Audi products, the Audi sportbike is made with high quality components.

The design of the bike is based around aero, the same philosophy that has led the company to develop the most powerful sports bikes in the world, the all-new Audi R8. 

The latest Audi Sportbike has a base price of $60,900 (AUD$70,900), with a two-year option for $99,800 (AUD£99,000). 

The Audi Sport Bike is available for pre-order on the website at the time of writing. 

There is a limited number of the new Sportbiking models on the market, with production expected to start in 2021. 

In a world where we are still working to get the new BMW X6 and Porsche 911 into production, the Porsche Sportbiker is a great step forward. 

If you are looking for a great sports bike for a price you can afford, the Sportbikers are definitely a good buy. 

To check out the Audi X1 Sportbikestudio, click here.