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2013 Audi S6 by TAG Motorsports

The Audi S6 is the rare kind of car that appeals to multiple markets. Business types will appreciate the luxury and style that it offers while the power savants will undoubtedly enjoy the luxury sedan ’s 4.0-liter twin-turbo V-8 engine that packs a stout 450 horsepower.

But just like any car, there’s always room for improvement and in some cases, it doesn’t have to be the audacious variety. U.S. tuner TAG Motorsports proved that with its impressive program for the S6. You might notice that there aren’t any overwhelmingly exuberant components added to the luxury sedan.

But rest assured, what TAG did to the S6 shouldn’t just be ignored. It’s not all about aesthetics; sometimes, it’s about taking advantage of what the car’s strengths are and improving its handling and performance credentials.

So what exactly did TAG Motorsports do to the S6? Click past the jump to find out.

Impressive Stance

Audi S6 by TAG Motorsports

It may not come with any aero components, but off the bat, you can tell that the S6 looks more aggressive than its standard lot. TAG Motorsports accomplished that by installing new custom software to its air suspension, enabling it to ride closer to the road. That’s important if you want a car that handles better while making the most out of all that power it has under its hood.

New Exhaust

Audi S6 by TAG Motorsports

A car like the S6 needs to express itself. That’s why TAG Motorsports installed a new Milltek sports exhaust system, providing the S6’s twin-turbo V-8 engine to have a clearer throat to express itself to the world. Nothing speaks more about impressive power than a car that can exhales through a finely tuned exhaust system.

Nice Wheels

Audi S6 by TAG Motorsports

Make no mistake, there’s still some room for a fancy set of new wheels in this program. For this particular S6, TAG Motorsports decided to fit it with a new set of 21-inch ADV7TS wheels that comes with multi-spoke centers finished in gray and outer circles dressed up in silver.



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