The Audi RS6 is part of the Audi RS models, which are higher-performing versions of certain models of the German Automotive Company Audi AG. The Audi RS was designed primarily to focus on enhanced sporty performance. The Audi RS6 Avant has an imposing presence on the roads due to its sporty fenders, athletic rear and striking air vents with side flaps. It is said to be the most amusing car that Audi makes.
If you need more performance with your performance car, this is you go to car! The Avant is built for drivers who want more. It’s more in performance, dynamics, exclusivity and adrenaline compared to any other Audi.
The new RS performance can be seen in the details and features of the Avant’s unique character.
The RS6 Avant has the TFSI 4.0 liter V8 engine power which has increased to 445 kW (605 hp) from 33 kW (45 hp). Four of the engines can be deactivated, when required, without any noticeable difference, except the noticeable difference in fuel consumption. The over-boast function in the Avant offers an increase in the torque by 50 Nm, which goes up to a maximum of 750Nm which will definitely raise heartbeats.
The power of the RS6 Avant ranges from 560-605 PS. And it accelerates 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h) in 3.7 to 3.9 seconds. It top speed is claimed to be 190 mph (305km/h).
Fuel Consumption and Emission
The Avant has a fuel consumption, combined 9.6 l/100 km and its CO2 emission, combined is 223g/km.
Some of the features of the Audi RS6 Avant that make it dominant:
The Audi R6 Avant is built from granite and made to look like plastic and has an interior that anyone would worship. It is a massive car for everyday use that anyone would absolutely love! It is hugely accommodating for all those trips that you’ve planned and is also fast in all conditions.
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