Every automaker has a performance division. BMW has M, Mercedes-Benz has AMG and Audi has been synonymous with Quattro. Founded in 1983, as a subsidiary of the brand, Quattro was responsible for handling Audi’s high performance builds. Now the division is looking to expand its lineup to be more competitive. According to Motor Authority, part of the plan includes changing its name to Audi Sport.

Audi’s name change comes as an attempt to solidify the relationship between their motorsport and performance division, as well as help avoid confusion with the brand’s quattro all-wheel drive system, denoted with a lower case “q.” Over the next 18 months, Audi Sport looks to expand the lineup with eight new models on top of the current offerings, which include the RS 3, RS 6, TT RS and R8.