Audi RS Q8: now a true super SUV thanks to Manhart [PHOTO]

The Audi RS Q8 is considered by some to be the cheaper alternative to the Lamborghini Urus. However, the latest project carried out by Manhart - a well-known German tuner - with the name of Manhart RQ 800 , makes the SUV of the house of the four rings more powerful and with a presence on the road superior to its Italian cousin.  Changes made to the engine As standard, the RS Q8 is supplied with a 4-liter twin-turbo V8 engine capable of developing 600 HP and 800 Nm of maximum torque. Not satisfied with the numbers, the tuner installed new turbochargers, an updated intercooler, a carbon fiber air intake and remapped the engine control unit.  In addition, the SUV now features an oxidizable steel exhaust system with adjustable valves and four 100mm tailpipes that can be coated in ceramic or carbon fiber. There is no shortage of sports exhaust pipes with 200-cell catalysts.  Audi RS Q8 Manhart  All these changes now allow the modified Audi RS Q8 to deliver 830hp and 1050Nm . For an extra fee, you can add a more performing braking system and suspension changes.  The Manhart RQ 800 shown in the photo features 24 ” Manhart Classic Line wheels finished in satin black and with a decorative red stripe, as well as being wrapped in 295/30 tires at the front and 355/25 at the rear.  Also thanks to the images we can see that the special Audi RS Q8 has a red trim on the rear diffuser, exterior mirror caps and front fascias. Finally, there is a dull gray and red stripe running across the bonnet and roof.

The Audi RS Q8 is considered by some to be the cheaper alternative to the Lamborghini Urus. However, the latest project carried out by Manhart - a well-known German tuner - with the name of Manhart RQ 800 , makes the SUV of the house of the four rings more powerful and with a presence on the road superior to its Italian cousin.

Changes made to the engine

As standard, the RS Q8 is supplied with a 4-liter twin-turbo V8 engine capable of developing 600 HP and 800 Nm of maximum torque. Not satisfied with the numbers, the tuner installed new turbochargers, an updated intercooler, a carbon fiber air intake and remapped the engine control unit.

The Audi RS Q8 is considered by some to be the cheaper alternative to the Lamborghini Urus. However, the latest project carried out by Manhart - a well-known German tuner - with the name of Manhart RQ 800 , makes the SUV of the house of the four rings more powerful and with a presence on the road superior to its Italian cousin.  Changes made to the engine As standard, the RS Q8 is supplied with a 4-liter twin-turbo V8 engine capable of developing 600 HP and 800 Nm of maximum torque. Not satisfied with the numbers, the tuner installed new turbochargers, an updated intercooler, a carbon fiber air intake and remapped the engine control unit.  In addition, the SUV now features an oxidizable steel exhaust system with adjustable valves and four 100mm tailpipes that can be coated in ceramic or carbon fiber. There is no shortage of sports exhaust pipes with 200-cell catalysts.  Audi RS Q8 Manhart  All these changes now allow the modified Audi RS Q8 to deliver 830hp and 1050Nm . For an extra fee, you can add a more performing braking system and suspension changes.  The Manhart RQ 800 shown in the photo features 24 ” Manhart Classic Line wheels finished in satin black and with a decorative red stripe, as well as being wrapped in 295/30 tires at the front and 355/25 at the rear.  Also thanks to the images we can see that the special Audi RS Q8 has a red trim on the rear diffuser, exterior mirror caps and front fascias. Finally, there is a dull gray and red stripe running across the bonnet and roof.

In addition, the SUV now features an oxidizable steel exhaust system with adjustable valves and four 100mm tailpipes that can be coated in ceramic or carbon fiber. There is no shortage of sports exhaust pipes with 200-cell catalysts.

Audi RS Q8 Manhart

All these changes now allow the modified Audi RS Q8 to deliver 830hp and 1050Nm . For an extra fee, you can add a more performing braking system and suspension changes.

The Audi RS Q8 is considered by some to be the cheaper alternative to the Lamborghini Urus. However, the latest project carried out by Manhart - a well-known German tuner - with the name of Manhart RQ 800 , makes the SUV of the house of the four rings more powerful and with a presence on the road superior to its Italian cousin.  Changes made to the engine As standard, the RS Q8 is supplied with a 4-liter twin-turbo V8 engine capable of developing 600 HP and 800 Nm of maximum torque. Not satisfied with the numbers, the tuner installed new turbochargers, an updated intercooler, a carbon fiber air intake and remapped the engine control unit.  In addition, the SUV now features an oxidizable steel exhaust system with adjustable valves and four 100mm tailpipes that can be coated in ceramic or carbon fiber. There is no shortage of sports exhaust pipes with 200-cell catalysts.  Audi RS Q8 Manhart  All these changes now allow the modified Audi RS Q8 to deliver 830hp and 1050Nm . For an extra fee, you can add a more performing braking system and suspension changes.  The Manhart RQ 800 shown in the photo features 24 ” Manhart Classic Line wheels finished in satin black and with a decorative red stripe, as well as being wrapped in 295/30 tires at the front and 355/25 at the rear.  Also thanks to the images we can see that the special Audi RS Q8 has a red trim on the rear diffuser, exterior mirror caps and front fascias. Finally, there is a dull gray and red stripe running across the bonnet and roof.

The Manhart RQ 800 shown in the photo features 24 ” Manhart Classic Line wheels finished in satin black and with a decorative red stripe, as well as being wrapped in 295/30 tires at the front and 355/25 at the rear.

Also thanks to the images we can see that the special Audi RS Q8 has a red trim on the rear diffuser, exterior mirror caps and front fascias. Finally, there is a dull gray and red stripe running across the bonnet and roof.

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