The Audi RS6 is a full size sports car that was originally introduced in 2002 and then again in 2008. Available as either an avant or saloon the latest generation RS6 is powered by a Lamborghini sourced twin turbocharged 5.0 Liter V10 making 580 HP and 480 lb-ft of torque. This much power allows the RS6 to catapults the car from 0 to 60 MPH in under 4.5 seconds while the car’s top speed is electronically limited to 155 MPH, but can be raised to 174 MPH at the customer’s request.
At Frankfurt Motor Show, in September, Audi will unveil the RS6, a model that is supposed to be the RS4’s replacement. And how we didn’t want you to wait until September to make an idea of how this car will look like, you can see the car in here almost undesguised.
The RS6 will be powered by a supercharged version of the S6’s V-10 engine with an output between 550-600 hp.
We will just have to wait and see if Audi made an intelligent move replacing the RS4 with the (...) > Full story
One of Audi’s next three RS model, the RS6 will be unveiled this fall at Frankfurt Motor Show. As we all know enough is never enough when we talk about cars. This is why, the 435 hp of the normal A6 didn’t pleased Audi, and they decided to upgrade the power into an RS version.
If you have seen spy shots of the model, you noticed that there are no big difference between the RS6 and the A6. The front is unchanged, but the lower edge of the front airdam is a little more robust (...) > Full story
The Audi RS6 featured a twin-turbocharged version of the corporate 4.2 Litre V8 engine, which had originally been developed for the 1994 A8. With the aid of the turbochargers, output rose to 444 hp (331 kW) and 415 ft·lbf (560 Nm) of torque. The combination of the V-8 and the turbochargers helped give the RS6 an exceptionally wide power band, with peak torque available from 1950 to 5600 RPMs.
The RS6 was available only with Audi’s Quattro All-Wheel Drive system and a 5-speed (...) > Full story