Page 1 of 1 With an output of 480 bhp, the RS 6 plus generates 30 bhp more than the standard Audi RS 6 version. The peak torque of 560 Nm is achieved across a range that now extends from 1950 rpm all the way up to 6000 rpm - in other words, the engine speed range across which this enormous traction is now available has been increased by a further 400 rpm. The road performance is unequalled by any other model in the field of competitors: a mere 4.6 seconds elapse for the standard discipline of sprinting from 0 to 100 km/h. The Audi RS 6 plus hits 200 km/h in just 17.3 seconds. The DRC suspension has already created a sensation on the Audi RS 6. DRC (Dynamic Ride Control) involves diagonally linked dampers with a central valve that reduces the rolling and pitching movements of the vehicle body by means of the damper characteristic, without the use of electronics.
The new equipment concept is a major plus point. The Audi RS 6 plus has black natural leather seats and carbon fibre trim strips as standard. Customers can choose between all standard exterior colours of the RS 6 - or between the Blue, Silver and Black/Cognac packages that are available at no extra charge. The Blue equipment package comprises the special colour Sprint Blue, pearl effect, for the body; the seats are in black leather with silver-coloured Alcantara centre sections. The blue threads in the carbon fibre inserts echo the body colour. The Audi RS 6 plus with Silver package has the special body colour Silver, metallic, and the black leather seats contrast subtly with the Alcantara centre sections, which are also black. The matt brushed aluminium trim inserts provide a note of contrast here. The Black/Cognac equipment package looks particularly stylish. The exclusive body colour of Ebony Black, pearl effect, harmonises perfectly with the trim strips in black piano finish. Cognac-coloured leather seats with black piping accentuate the interior.
Even the vehicle identification number emphasises the fact that the Audi RS 6 plus is something utterly special. Its last three digits are reproduced on a plaque inside the car, displayed on the centre console. No more than 999 of this version will be built. Page 1 of 1