Audi Brings It's New RS6 Avant Station Wagon To Geneva
Mar 07, 2013 13:02
Audi premiered it's RS6 Avant at Geneva today, and it's showing off a practical station wagon with all the comfort amenities and tech gadgets you wanted in a car. There's also a lot of muscle in it too, fitting it with a 4.0 liter twin turbocharged V8 with 552hp and 516lb-ft of peak torque. The system is coupled to an 8sp tiptronic and a permanent all wheel drive system.
It also has a lot of space, up to 565 liters and Audi claims a sprint from 0 to 100km/h in 3.9 seconds, topping out at 250km/h, 280km/h and 305km/h depending on packages.
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