Jon Olsson’s 1,000 horsepower Audi RS6 DTM caused quite a stir when it was unveiled, inevitable spawning a few copycats. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, as it enables people who fancy a car like that to get something similar. This Schmidt Revolution Audi RS6 is arguably the best DTM copy you can get right now.
That main reason for creating the Schmidt Revolution Audi RS6 was because the German wheel maker wanted to show off their latest XS5 three-part FS-Line rims and they found the high-performance wagon the perfect car for the job. It gets a custom set of 10.5 x 21 inch wheels shod with ContiSportContact SP 295/30 tires. The set costs 4,000 Euro and can tolerate speeds up to 330 km/h.
They of course couldn’t just bolt on the wheels and hope people would pay attention to the car. So Schmidt Revolution Audi RS6 gets other upgrades as well, chief among which an 800 Euro set of KW coilovers, a 4,000 Euro engine upgrade kit consisting of software and exhaust system that boosts the power output from 560 to 680 horsepower, and a 1,899 Euro partial wrap for the exterior.