The guys from Audi effectively said goodbye to the old RS6 AvantDecember 26, 2018
Perhaps this is the right way to say goodbye to a living legend. A new generation of powerful wagon can be presented in September next year, at the motor show in Germany. It is expected that the new product will receive a significant number of upgrades.
Audi RS6 Avant of the current generation for a long period of time did not give rest to the various tuning workshops. How many really cool projects based on this powerful German station wagon I have seen. What is the RS6 + Avant Performance Nogaro Edition, under the hood of which a 725-strong monster or a hybrid version of the model, called the RS6-E, is installed, and in addition to it an incredible power of 1,018 hp?
But since some believe that nothing can be compared with the original, we are sure that true Audi fans will like this video – its press service has published the brand recently.
Despite the fact that the RS6 exists from the distant 2013 (a more powerful Performance model was released at the end of 2015), it is still a fairly powerful car that is still too early to write off.
It is known that this video captured wagon Audi RS6 Avant, whose body is painted with a touch of Ascari Blue, and thanks to the exhaust system Audi Sport Akrapovic, the exhaust sound is just charming. Filming took place in the Austrian Alps. It is noteworthy that in addition to sound, the exhaust system adds an additional 7 hp to the German legend. power and 15 Nm of torque. The total power is 612 horsepower.
The next iteration of the “hot” RS6 Avant is expected to debut in September 2019 at the Frankfurt Motor Show (Germany). It is known that the show power will remain at about the same level, but the torque will increase, as well as the weight will decrease.
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