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  • Ah, an Audi RS6. By definition a car interesting enough to set the Autocar-to-Mira test track hotline ringing, but not the unknown quantity it once was. RS Audis.

    The Audi RS6 Performance will be the last iteration of the company's third- generation “C7” look for the hugely powerful people hauler.

    In the current model year, all Audi Sport serial models are already sold out - for this reason, The RS 6 Avant performance: built for drivers who want more.

    You might remember the RS6 before this one had a detuned 5. Audi RS6 Avant review. Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus. View comments This service is provided by Disqus and is subject to their privacy policy and terms of use. Already monstrously fast Audi RS6 gets yet more power for even more hooliganism but is no more relevant on UK roads.

    New Audi RS6 Could Have Up To HP And Sedan Version

    There are precious few things one can count on in the world these days, but sure as the rotation of the not flat Earth, we'll always love station wagons. And the Audi RS6 Avant Performance Nogaro Edition, a horsepower hauler of things with a long name and a short sales pitch, makes it harder still to move on.

    Murky as the future may be, Audi still excels at two things is always has: All-wheel-drive, and fast wagons. Thus the RS6 Avant Performance was born back in October of , with its twin-turbo V-8 putting out nearly horsepower. It was supposed to be the ultimate expression of a lightning-fast longroof, a distillation of everything the company had learned ever since the very first RS model debuted over 20 years ago.

    Here's the recipe to this layer cake of practical power. Start with one RS6 Avant Performance, bathe it in iconic Nogaro Blue, jack the horsepower up to , and slap on a titanium exhaust to really let it sing.

    And with pound-feet of torque on tap, the Nogaro Edition will have no trouble turning those inch wheels. The upgrades give it a mph time of just 3. In other words, it's a supercar in sheep's clothing. What's not to love? For one, the price.

    Then there's the exclusivity—they're only making of these bad boys, and like a lot of fun things, you'll only be able to buy them in Europe. Of course, seeing as how other manufacturers have been testing the American waters with their own wagons these days, it's always possible Audi will see fit to spread a little love stateside one day. Hey, we can dream. And we can't have it. By Kyle Cheromcha February 20, It'll go from 0 to 62 mph in 4. Two officers sustained minor injuries—and two criminals are spending 28 years behind bars.


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