The Audi RS 6 Avant Engines
Lower power-to-weight ratio.
|Engine type||V8 spark-ignition engine with aluminum engine block and gasoline direct injection, DOHC, exhaust turbocharger, two charge movement flaps, demand-controlled high-pressure and low-pressure fuel system, cylinder on demand, indirect intercooler|
|Max. output, kW (hp) at rpm||412 (560)/5700-6600|
|Max. torque, Nm at rpm||700/1750-5500|
|Top speed||250 kph|
|Acceleration 0-100 kmph||3.9 Seconds|
The new Audi RS 6 is not only irresistibly dynamic; it is efficient, too: Audi cylinder on demand automatically shuts down four of the eight cylinders if they are not needed – without you noticing any change in engine power.
- 4.0 TFSI
- 4.0 TFSI quattro tiptronic
Sporty driving: The Audi Sport GmbH models are developed and produced for operation on public roads. There are significantly higher stresses when the vehicle is used on racetracks or other closed-off courses (e.g. driving training, driver training courses, and track days). The engine, transmission, clutch, and drive train as well as the chassis, brake system, and tyres are particularly stressed. This can lead to greater wear. Information on the special features when using the vehicle on circular routes or other restricted courses can be obtained from the vehicle literature or your Audi partner.
Thanks to its outstanding power-to-weight ratio, the new Audi RS 6 Avant moves in an especially dynamic way. The 4.0 litre V8 TFSI engine developing 412 kW (560 bhp) accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.9 seconds, with silky-smooth power.