• 2010 Audi RS6 with 700 HP by Reifen Koch

What does one do when they come across a car that boasts 580 HP and 650 Nm of torque in its standard version? Well, if that person is German car tuner, Reifen Koch, then they use it as an opportunity to increase the power and transform it into a raging machine. This is what Reifen Koch did when they boosted the Audi RS6’s power to about 700 ponies and 790 Nm of torque with their new tuning package.

In order to achieve such strapping results, the tuner added a sport air filter, new exhaust system, and a re-mapped ECU. The result is a top speed of 205 mph. The only other addition brought along for the engine upgrade ride is the new set of 22" rims from Schmidt with 265/30 22 speed tires.

We’d be interested to see what other tuners could do with the starting point the Audi RS6 provides. As far as we know, this is the furthest one has been able to get in regards to horsepower. Of course, loving the art of speed as we do, we know there is always something bigger and better around the corner.

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  (807) posted on 05.16.2010

When it comes to tire.. I guess there are a special tires created to meet the 200MPH speed limit... For all I know a normal tire can only widthstand 200MPH max before breaking apart.

  (665) posted on 05.13.2010

Impressive! It reaches 205 mph just an ECU Enhancement.. I hope the car’s tire will compensate with that kind of speed without breaking apart.

  (554) posted on 05.12.2010

I think 580HP V10 is almost enough but with a 700HP, I guess this is more appropriate to take the race on a racing track.

  (428) posted on 05.12.2010

Well, maybe a little to big, but the left rear tire is definitely fitted wrong.

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