Audi RS6 Avant gets digital version of Pikes Peak QuattroMarch 21, 2020
Whenever the topic of unique station wagons comes up, the Audi RS6 Avant will get the most votes.
The latest RS6 Avant will undoubtedly continue the tradition and remain one of the most attractive station wagons in the global automotive market. In the end, the RS6 embodies everything a car might need: practicality, breathtaking features and a stylish body.
Of course, not everything is perfect with the RS6, especially when it comes to its price. For example, in the USA, a high-performance station wagon costs from $ 109,995, and the base price in Germany is 117,500 euros. This is a huge amount to spend on a van, but again, we are talking about a car with a capacity of 592 hp, which can accelerate to 96 km / h in just 3.5 seconds and reaches 305 km / h when equipped with additional carbon fiber ceramic brakes.
Although there is no need to improve performance, some believe that the design of the Audi RS6 Avant 2021 model year may be slightly modified. The Abimelec Design team demonstrated their vision of the visually enhanced RS6. Rendering demonstrates the versatility of the station wagon everywhere, including a longer and deeper front splitter, as well as a wider and longer rear wing.
The aggressive body kit is complemented by Audi Sport livery, inspired by the Audi Quattro S1 that won the 1987 Pikes Peak under the control of Walter Röhrl. In addition to applying a “combat” coloring to one of the most iconic Audi, the RS6 Avant also has another replica of the 80s, namely a set of Rotiform ROC wheels.
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