Audi released the R8 LMS GT3 race car at the 2018 Paris Motor Show, and now the road-going R8 has received an extensive update for 2019 with a lot of parts from its track-only sibling. The most noticeable change is the exterior. Sharper edges and a reworked grille give the R8 a tauter, more defined shape that sits well with Audi's reworked design language. The naturally-aspirated V10 will see a bump in power with two different tuning stages. Audi hasn't released exact numbers, but expect a substantial increase over the current 532 and 602 horsepower versions. The electronic stability control and steering have additional sensors and a re-tuned for faster response and better feel, along with three new modes for wet, dry, and snow. The new R8 comes to Europe in early 2019, with deliveries to the US shortly after.