The power of the new super universal Audi RS6 increased to 1010 hp and 1250 NmMay 10, 2020
Tuning company Wheelsandmore has offered 5 packages to increase power for the fourth-generation Audi RS6 station wagon. The maximum performance of the 4.0-liter turbo engine reaches 1010 hp. and 1250 Nm, in other words, the RS6 V8 outperforms the Bugatti Veyron with the W16 by 8.0 liters.
Tuners offer 5-stage RS6 motor performance enhancement. When purchasing a Stage I kit worth 2100 euros, specialists only reflash the electronic control unit for the power unit. The output in this case increases to 710 hp. (up to 920 Nm).
In addition to chip tuning, the Stage II kit also includes the installation of a Capristo sports exhaust system. This kit costs 7,688 euros. Power rises to 725 hp. (up to 930 Nm), in particular, there is an improvement in sound.
When choosing Stage III, in addition to the above upgrades, the tuners replace the intake manifolds, air ducts, and also install an air filter that has zero resistance. Performance rises to 786 hp. (up to 1060 Nm). Atelier specialists ask for 12,521 euros for this work.
Stage IV suggests the emergence of more powerful turbochargers and enhanced transmission. Power rises to 965 hp (up to 1250 Nm), but the cost of the kit is 33 529 euros – over 25% of the initial price for the Audi RS6 in the German market at 117,500 euros
Finally, when ordering Stage V, tuners install a non-catalytic downpipe, a “trick” for environmentalists, and replace particulate filters. Since the price reaches 41 932 euros, therefore, the package was approved by German technical supervision TÜV. Performance increases to 1010 hp. (up to 1250 Nm).
Wheelsandmore almost never works on the exterior modifications, for this reason at the moment the exterior improvements of the station wagon are limited only to 22-inch wheels of various designs and shades.
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