Superuniversal Audi RS6 Avant “dressed” in carbon body

Superuniversal Audi RS6 Avant “dressed” in carbon body


Bavarian Atelier Mansory known for his outrageous tuning projects, presented a modified Audi RS6 Avant, the latest generation. The superuniversal got a fully carbon fiber body, a huge diffuser and a new exhaust system.

Extravagant Audi RS6 Avant in version Mansory is easily identified by the hood with ventilation slots, front spoiler with winglets and the wing over the tailgate. In addition, pay attention to the enormous 22-inch wheels, dark exterior with a contrasting yellow stripe stretching from the edge of the hood to the diffuser. The stern is decorated with new exhaust tips, which are of oval steel trapezoidal.

Under the hood “disguised as the” superuniversal still has the twin-turbo V8 4.0, but boosted to 600 horsepower and 800 Nm of torque forces up to 730 and 1000 Nm. Acceleration to “hundreds” after enhance the capacity of the engine was reduced by 0.4 seconds to 3.2 seconds. Max speed not disclosed at the regular RS6 Avant is gaining 305 kilometers per hour.


Last year the German ABT Sportsline, as an experiment, built the world’s first hybrid RS6. The total output of the power plant of the wagon, consisting of a 4.0-liter Biturbo V8 engine, electric motor directly connected to propeller shaft, and a battery capacity of 13.6 kWh, amounted to 1000 horsepower and 1291 Nm of torque.

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