Audi Rs 6 Saloon: A Day To Day Supercar



Audi has revealed its RS 6 saloon, so it describes being an ‘everyday supercar’.

Operated by a 572bhp V10 gas engine with 479lb foot of tugging power, it travels from -62mph in 4.5 secs and it has a restricted top speed of 155mph, although this is often elevated to 174mph being an option.

The engine is related to some six-speed automatic gear box, which changes gear in a single-tenth of the second.

The ride and handling are enhanced with a new system known as Dynamic Ride Control, which may be occur three positions: sport, dynamic and luxury.

The soundness control system continues to be established to kick-in after on the standard road vehicle and may also be set to Sport mode or turned off entirely when the driver wishes.

The RS 6 sits on 20-inch alloys and uprated steel brakes in the standard vehicle. High-performance ceramic brakes may also be specified.

Styling features that differentiate the vehicle in the standard model include air intakes, flared wings, a rear diffuser and 2 oblong exhausts.

Standard equipment includes sports seats, dual-zone air-disadvantage, front and back parking sensors, a sports controls along with a Bose CD player.

Options include sportier bucket seats, a lane-assist system that warns should you drift between lanes, side assist that warns you of potential hazards in blind spots, and adaptive cruise control, that keeps a continuing distance towards the vehicle ahead. Bluetooth integration can also be available.

The RS6 saloon continues purchase in mid-October, with prices still to become introduced.

More Audi news at:

Love the new 2014 Ford Fiesta ST


This is the new 2014 Ford Fiesta ST. Love it in red. It’s great how it reflects the demonstrable heat shown by the dry cracks in the desert ground beneath.

For the full review read this:

Also, an interesting fact for you about Ford production in the UK: