Audi RS6 Avant dons its best supercar suit in Mansory+MTM Edition
The latest generation of the Audi RS6 Avant wagon hit some of the all-time highs in terms of looks, utility and sheer engine power that supercars could only dream about a few decades ago. Despite this, Mansory and MTM teamed up on a quest to make it even better.
This particular family hauler hails from Poland and wears a striking body kit including a new front apron, a front splitter and a radiator grille bezel. Mansory endowed it with a new hood cover and 22-inch wheels finished in black and blue. Longer side skirts and lower ride height help it look more like a track tool than ever before.
Elsewhere, the model rocks a couple of spoilers, a purpose-designed front bumper with a carbon splitter, and quad exhaust finishers. The taillights and the logos all around have been darkened.
Things do not remain stock in the engine bay, either. A Stage II tuning kit for the stock eight-cylinder engine raises its output from the original 600 PS (592 hp / 441 kW) to 831 PS (820 hp / 611 kW). The peak torque simultaneously climbs from the already massive 800 Nm (590 lb-ft) to a mountain-moving 1,167 Nm (861 lb-ft).
Tuned like this, the ultimate RS6 Avant doesn’t even need three seconds to start moving at 100 km/h (62 mph). It also maxes out at 330 km/h (205 mph) in a straight line.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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