Atelier ABT presented a highly modified Audi RS5 SportbackMay 30, 2019
The car is intended mainly for Europe. The total circulation of production is 50 copies. The car received a modified exterior and interior, as well as increased engine power.
When Audi introduced the high-performance RS5 Sportback in March 2018, the car was available to residents of North America as well as Europe. More recently, the well-known tuning studio ABT showed a highly modified version of this car.
Interestingly, all collected 50 copies of high-performance cars that are available for both the Old and the New Continent. The tuner does not say how many more cars are left.
ABT RS-5R Sportback got a modified aerodynamic body trimmed with glossy carbon fiber, which gives the Sportback a more aggressive look. At the request of the client, the front splitter can be made of carbon fiber. Behind there are four nozzles of the exhaust system produced by ABT – short tips made of the same carbon fiber. It is worth noting a new diffuser of the same material.
A list of external changes complement the black 21-inch wheels ABT and the thin edge of the spoiler on the back door. Inside, you can find more carbon fiber, for example, on the gearshift knob cover, door cards and even on the seats. The tuner will also add its branded door sills and entrance lights with the ABT logo.
Needless to say, the highlight of the entire “package” from the tuner is the upgraded 2.9-liter V6 engine with two turbines, whose power has been increased from 444 to 503 horsepower, and the torque value is from 600 to 690 Nm.
Atelier ABT issues a guarantee for all of its upgrades to 161,000 km and mentions new body parts, as well as rims that do not invalidate the factory warranty.
Not so long ago, we wrote that the tuners from ABT presented the “charged” Skoda Octavia and Octavia RS.
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