The latest2018 Audi RS6 was unveiled in early July and the new generation Audi A6 promises to follow its advanced technological steps. These images were captured when a heavily disguised A6 prototype underwent cold weather road tests earlier this year. They give us the clearest impression of the appearance of the production car when it will probably arrive in the spring of 2018.
2018 Audi RS6 Platform
According to reports, the next 2018 Audi RS6 will be built on aluminum parts for better weight distribution. It comes with a sleek and aggressive look similar to what we saw on the A6 and A7 models. The suspension system of the car is much lower with a large wheelbase. This will go a long way in improving the car’s turning capabilities and offering more traction in cornering. The following A6 and A7 models are based on Audi’s modular longitudinal MLB Evo architecture. This highly flexible platform allows forward and four-wheel drive and will offer a multitude of telematics and support systems.
Only Audi’s hardcore fans will be able to distinguish between Performance models and stock versions. The unique visual touches include a matte titanium finish on some exterior parts and an exclusive Ascari blue metallic paint finish. Inside, the cars are equipped as standard with sports seats with pronounced bulges and integrated head restraints. These can be ordered in a combination of Alcantara and leather, and with contrasting seams. Finally, the dial instruments have black faces, white dials and red needles.
2018 Audi RS6 Performance
The midsize executive car must be powered by a turbocharged, 4.0-liter, stratified fuel-injected V6 engine that will produce approximately 552 horsepower at 5,700 rpm at 6,600 rpm and 516 lb-ft of torque. torque at the speed of 1750 rpm at 5500 rpm.
Audi is a big brand with a high-quality, ever-changing and innovative approach in car development, seeking to ensure that owners are continually satisfied with their vehicle. The 2018 Audi RS6 should be the best of the best when it arrives next year.