Take a look closer at this 730-horsepower Audi RS6-R from ABTJune 28, 2020
This video, which appeared on Auditography’s YouTube channel, shows the incredibly powerful Audi RS 6 Avant family wagon tuned by ABT.
The “high-performance” Audi RS 6 Avant does not look like an ordinary wagon – the designers of the Audi RS sports division who created this car did everything possible to make it stand out among similar vehicles. Combining the practicality of a family car with superb dynamics is the drag platform of these cars, and the RS 6 Avant is one of the prime examples of this.
Thanks to the 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged soft-V8 hybrid V8 engine that generates 591 horsepower and 800 Nm of torque as standard, the RS 6 Avant goes into the supercar category, but it can comfortably seat up to five people.
But these figures are clearly not enough for the German tuning studio ABT Sportline. That is why, they decided to present their version of a high-performance wagon and named the car RS6-R.
In addition to improving the appearance, the ABT RS6-R boasts an increased to a whopping 730 hp. power, and torque is now 920 Nm. These numbers allow the RS6-R to reach a speed of 100 km / h in 3.2 seconds and a top speed of 320 km / h.
The video that we placed at the top of this page was made by the guys from the talented Auditography team. Thanks to this video, you and I can get a much more detailed view of the Audi RS6-R 2020 model year. Specialists of the same channel also conducted their own power measurements of a high-performance station wagon, which basically confirmed the numbers published by the German tuner.
In total, 125 copies of the Audi RS6-R will be released, and each will cost 205,900 euros
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that the ABT RS7-R or 730-horsepower version of the new Audi RS7 Sportback. The German tuning studio presented its version of the high-performance fastback Audi RS7 Sportback.
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