Mansory and MTM's brutal Audi RS6 scares all other station wagons

A collaboration between two preparers is not common. But when we learn that it was  MTM and Mansory who joined forces to work on the latest Audi RS 6 Avant , we already know that the result could be spectacular.  Already very powerful in its original form, the supercharged station wagon from Ingolstadt received a high dose of steroids during this preparation which makes you forget even more that it is all the same and above all a family car. !  Regardless of the car, you know it's going to get an extreme makeover if Mansory applies one of his quirky body kits to it. This is the case with this Audi which is presented in this film by  Auditography.  With its enormous quadruple exhausts and double rear spoilers, it is far from a "base" RS 6. And yet, this is not the bulk of its transformations.  Raised low to the ground on large 22-inch wheels and fitted with dual hood scoops, the RS 6 benefited from a plethora of carbon fiber upgrades from Mansory as well as aerodynamic modifications such as the imposing front spoiler. The predominant black look is nicely complemented by blue accents visible not only on the body, but also on the wheels and the huge brake calipers. The four dark rings front and rear, corroborated by the heavily tinted taillights, further contribute to the wicked look of the Avant.  Thanks to the MTM level 2 kit for the twin-turbo V8, the 4-liter engine now develops a monstrous power of 820 horsepower and a torque of 1,167 Newton-meters. Thanks to this new power, the RS 6 reaches 100 km / h in less than three seconds and can reach 330 km / h.

A collaboration between two preparers is not common. But when we learn that it was  MTM and Mansory who joined forces to work on the latest Audi RS 6 Avant , we already know that the result could be spectacular.

Already very powerful in its original form, the supercharged station wagon from Ingolstadt received a high dose of steroids during this preparation which makes you forget even more that it is all the same and above all a family car.

A collaboration between two preparers is not common. But when we learn that it was  MTM and Mansory who joined forces to work on the latest Audi RS 6 Avant , we already know that the result could be spectacular.  Already very powerful in its original form, the supercharged station wagon from Ingolstadt received a high dose of steroids during this preparation which makes you forget even more that it is all the same and above all a family car. !  Regardless of the car, you know it's going to get an extreme makeover if Mansory applies one of his quirky body kits to it. This is the case with this Audi which is presented in this film by  Auditography.  With its enormous quadruple exhausts and double rear spoilers, it is far from a "base" RS 6. And yet, this is not the bulk of its transformations.  Raised low to the ground on large 22-inch wheels and fitted with dual hood scoops, the RS 6 benefited from a plethora of carbon fiber upgrades from Mansory as well as aerodynamic modifications such as the imposing front spoiler. The predominant black look is nicely complemented by blue accents visible not only on the body, but also on the wheels and the huge brake calipers. The four dark rings front and rear, corroborated by the heavily tinted taillights, further contribute to the wicked look of the Avant.  Thanks to the MTM level 2 kit for the twin-turbo V8, the 4-liter engine now develops a monstrous power of 820 horsepower and a torque of 1,167 Newton-meters. Thanks to this new power, the RS 6 reaches 100 km / h in less than three seconds and can reach 330 km / h.

Regardless of the car, you know it's going to get an extreme makeover if Mansory applies one of his quirky body kits to it. This is the case with this Audi which is presented in this film by  Auditography.  With its enormous quadruple exhausts and double rear spoilers, it is far from a "base" RS 6. And yet, this is not the bulk of its transformations.

Raised low to the ground on large 22-inch wheels and fitted with dual hood scoops, the RS 6 benefited from a plethora of carbon fiber upgrades from Mansory as well as aerodynamic modifications such as the imposing front spoiler. 

A collaboration between two preparers is not common. But when we learn that it was  MTM and Mansory who joined forces to work on the latest Audi RS 6 Avant , we already know that the result could be spectacular.  Already very powerful in its original form, the supercharged station wagon from Ingolstadt received a high dose of steroids during this preparation which makes you forget even more that it is all the same and above all a family car. !  Regardless of the car, you know it's going to get an extreme makeover if Mansory applies one of his quirky body kits to it. This is the case with this Audi which is presented in this film by  Auditography.  With its enormous quadruple exhausts and double rear spoilers, it is far from a "base" RS 6. And yet, this is not the bulk of its transformations.  Raised low to the ground on large 22-inch wheels and fitted with dual hood scoops, the RS 6 benefited from a plethora of carbon fiber upgrades from Mansory as well as aerodynamic modifications such as the imposing front spoiler. The predominant black look is nicely complemented by blue accents visible not only on the body, but also on the wheels and the huge brake calipers. The four dark rings front and rear, corroborated by the heavily tinted taillights, further contribute to the wicked look of the Avant.  Thanks to the MTM level 2 kit for the twin-turbo V8, the 4-liter engine now develops a monstrous power of 820 horsepower and a torque of 1,167 Newton-meters. Thanks to this new power, the RS 6 reaches 100 km / h in less than three seconds and can reach 330 km / h.

The predominant black look is nicely complemented by blue accents visible not only on the body, but also on the wheels and the huge brake calipers. The four dark rings front and rear, corroborated by the heavily tinted taillights, further contribute to the wicked look of the Avant.

Thanks to the MTM level 2 kit for the twin-turbo V8, the 4-liter engine now develops a monstrous power of 820 horsepower and a torque of 1,167 Newton-meters. Thanks to this new power, the RS 6 reaches 100 km / h in less than three seconds and can reach 330 km / h.

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