Demonstrated updated Audi RS5 Coupe and RS5 SportbackDecember 10, 2019
The German corporation has updated two more models from the Audi Sport line.
The new Audi RS5 Coupe and RS5 Sportback models feature a more massive Singleframe radiator grill and advanced head optics, which is now optionally available with a matrix LED and laser technology. In addition, over the grille, you can notice new air vents that create an appearance based on the 1984 Quattro variation.
Also, the updated models were equipped with modified side sills and a rear diffuser. Customers will have the opportunity to order RS5 modifications in fresh new shades under the names “Turbo Blue” and “Tango Red”, as well as various sets with a carbon style. The compartment has a carbon fiber roof, due to this, the mass of the car decreased by 4 kg.
Both models received 19-inch alloy wheels as standard, but Audi also has 3 variations of 20-inch wheels. One of these sets is finished with matt bronze, and the other with glossy black for a more elegant look. Optionally, you can order carbon-ceramic brakes with calipers in different colors – blue, red or gray.
The main update inside the Audi RS5 Coupe and RS5 Sportback was the improved MMI multimedia system with a 10.1-inch display. At the same time, for a fee, the 12.3-inch Audi Virtual Cockpit Plus will enable the motorist to switch between several monitors of a fully digital instrument cluster, including one unique to RS models.
The updated Audi RS5 Coupe and RS5 Sportback will be equipped with a 2.9 liter turbocharged V6 engine with 450 hp output. and 600 Nm of torque. Up to 100 km / h, such a car accelerates in 3.9 seconds. Very soon, orders for new items will be accepted in Germany at an initial cost of 83,500 euros
In addition, it was previously reported that the hardcore Audi RS6 Avant from tuners from ABT will become even more productive. The guys from ABT have already released two teasers of the future news.
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