Atelier Lowdown has announced an upgraded version of the Audi RS6 AvantAugust 25, 2020
Tuning company Lowdown has announced a project to modernize the German high-performance station wagon Audi RS6 Avant version 2020 model year. I must say that this video demonstrates the car even better than Audi’s own ad.
The guys from the tuning team The-Lowdown.com have published a promotional video, which is dedicated to the high-performance RS6 Avant station wagon of the 2020 model year. With this video, Lowdown is announcing its upcoming tuning project, which is obviously based on a powerful station wagon. The video shows a completely stock car, before all the changes awaiting it. It’s worth noting the abundance of elements to make this video the perfect ad for a high-performance wagon – great cinematography, music, and overall sound design.
While the car is still in standard form in this video, it has every reason to be called a road monster.
It is equipped with a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine developing 591 hp. With all-wheel drive, the acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h is 3.5 seconds and the top speed is 305 km / h. Very powerful numbers for a car of this form factor with a curb weight of 2,249 kg.
The car looks “at ease”, driving through city streets in the middle of the night, “hard” bass sounds in the background. The specialists of the atelier did not make a common mistake – they did not give up the engine noise. The video allows the RS6 engine to show its “voice” several times – although it is clear that major modifications await it in the near future, it must be admitted that the factory exhaust sounds very cocky.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that the Audi RS7 2020 receives 962 hp and stylish colors from the tuning studio. After working on the high-performance 2020 Audi RS7 German liftback from the Black Box-Richter studio, its engine power has increased from 591 hp. to an impressive 962.
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