/Limited Edition Audi RS6 Sport & Exclusive

Limited Edition Audi RS6 Sport & Exclusive

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Audi has just made its overpowered RS6 sedan and Estate models much more interesting by offering two new equipment packages for them. Limited to only 500 units, RS 6 plus Sport or RS 6 plus Audi exclusive come with new features such as Carbon design package for the engine compartment, 20-inch wheels bearing a 5 segment-spoke design, and the sports suspension plus, plus a unique numbered badge inside the cabin.

The power still comes from that monstrous V10 engine with 580 hp and maximum torque of 650 Nm which can take this heavy car from zero to 100 km/h in 4.5 seconds and onwards to a top speed of 303 km/h. This car offers the same level of convenience as the rest of the A6 range but with sports suspension plus with Dynamic Ride Control and adjustable shock absorbers, so it becomes a full-on sports car when you want it to be and a civilized family car when you don’t!

The Sport version features an instrument-panel hood and center console covered in leather; an RS 6 logo adorns the front floor mats. Concerning the Audi exclusive package, customers can also specify a custom paint job by choosing from the color range of quattro GmbH. In addition, the seat upholstery, controls, door trim inserts, front center armrest, and the armrests in the door trims are covered in leather of an attractive color from the Audi exclusive program. Seat add-on parts are adapted to match the color of leather in question.

Pricing for these packages which are now available to order is 3,250 euros for the Sport and 8,310 euros for the Exclusive.

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