Audi releases first set of photos for the new RS6 Plus

The limited-run Audi RS6 Plus is expected to make an appearance at the Geneva Motor Show and in typical Audi fashion; the Ingolstadt-based carmaker has given us a little sampling of what’s in store.

Audi released a few photos of the interior console for the RS6 Plus, providing us with a quick glimpse of what the car’s interior looks like before it breaks cover in Geneva. If you look at these photos, you’ll notice that Audi included a commemorative plaque for the RS6 Plus where it is marked ‘001/500’, a sign that the RS6 Plus will be limited to only 500 models.

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Among the upgrades that are included in the RS6 Plus includes a carbon design package for the engine compartment, a sport tuned suspension hidden behind a set of special five spoke rims measuring 20 inches in diameter, an instrument panel and center console covered in lavish leather as well as bespoke RS6 logos adorning the front floor mats.

As far as the technical specifications are concerned, the RS6 comes with an electronically limited top speed of 155 MPH that has been bumped all the way up to 188.28 MPH - that’s over the magical 300 km/h mark

Stay tuned for more information, which we’ll be more than happy to share as soon as they become available.


5 comments:

another automatic tranny? well it would be much more appreciated if they put it into manual tranny. why? it’s because a sports car like this is much much more fun to drive into manual.

dang i really can’t wait to see it on person on the upcoming geneva car show.

amazing leather stitches, it really does matched with the orange lining, it give more aggressiveness and sportiness to the r56.

wow! hand stitched leather wrapped steering wheel! just like surprise surprise, the BMW M cars. it just goes to show that audi just really copies bmw hahaha! audi = copycats! but i gotta give it to ’em, they are the best copy cats.

well at least they’ve already shown the interior of this baby, I guess audi wants to surprise the consumers.

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