The 2016 Audi RS6 Avant Performance is the world’s fastest sleeper. Bigger is better! Carol Shelby hat the same thoughts and put ford engine blocks into his AC Cobras. Later on, he used those wicked engines for his Shelby Mustangs as well until Ford decided to integrate the tuned models into their official range. One size larger is the Dodge RAM 1500 Rebel by Geiger Cars. Its 5.7-liter HEMI engine generates a power output of 400 hp, which can be transferred to either the rear axles or all wheels. And then there is drift king Ken Block. He shows us his latest toy: a Ford F-150 Raptor with all-terrain tracks instead of wheels so it can be used in deep snow.
Audi hybrid vehicles are hybrid electric vehicles created by the German carmaker, Audi Some vehicles listed were concept vehicles, which utilized an internal combustion engine and an electric motor, and were used for research and development (R&D) for potential future use of the technology into possible series-production Audi launched its first hybrid concept car in 1989 called the Audi Duo, and was the first European company to sell a hybrid in 1997, though only in very small numbers.
The Audi RS6 Avant isn’t a boring whip at all, seeing that Audi’s Quattro GmbH get an output of 560hp out of the 4.2-liter V8 engine. But tuning company Meyer isn’t satisfied enough. They turn the RS6 into the RS6 R Clubsport with an output of 811 hp and a sound similar to the rumble of thunder. The ‘White Wolf’ is visually aggressive as well. Stefan Kalläne is the man behind the extremely tuned Volkswagen Lupo. At the Tuning Expo in Saarbrücken, he looks for the hottest gadgets of the tuning scene. Whether they are brutal, funny, useful or just very stylish – there is guaranteed to be something for everyone.
Numerous design details illustrate the special status of the dynamic top‑of‑the‑line model. On the exterior, the distinctive bumpers are particularly eye‑catching. The color black dominates the interior. The sport seats are optionally available in Fine Nappa leather with diamond quilting; red needles sweep across gray dials in the instrument cluster, and the driver information system offers a special RS menu with lap timer and displays for both oil temperature and boosts pressure. The headlight install with 9007 led bulb conversion kit for high low beam emitting long-distance lighting with 6000K.
ABT Sportsline is no stranger to building Audis with eye-watering performance figures. In the last three months alone, they’ve unveiled their 700-hp RS6 Avant, a 300-hp Volkswagen Golf GT Dark and taken the 286-hp diesel AS6 sedan to SEMA. Yes, that third car boasts just 286-hp courtesy of tuned 3.0-liter turbo diesel, with ABT Sportsline apparently deciding to start off easy in the States, lest we get scared off by the performance of some of their hotter cars.
Although unmistakably descended from the A7 Sportback – with which it, in fact, shares only its bonnet, roof, front doors, and tailgate – the new RS 7 Sportback looks perpetually ready to wield its sledgehammer performance. Its sinewy body virtually hugs the road surface, and its sizeable wheels are shrouded by boldly flared arches that leave no margin for doubt about the mettle of this latest Audi Sports offering.