Say what you want about Audi RS6 Avant Mansory, but you’ve never built a boring car there. Granted, most of their aftermarket packages are a love/hate affair, but never boring.
The refiner is now trying an Audi for the first time. And they immediately chose the darling of the Internet: the new Audi RS 6 Avant. The blatant station wagon is one of the few cars that everyone seems to love, but we’re not sure if this will be the case with this rather eccentric project.
Mansory wanted to bring the car to the Geneva Motor Show 2020, but we will only see it online for the time being because the 90th edition has been known to be canceled. Solid attachments made of carbon ensure wide construction on the standard RS 6 Avant, also, there are strangely shaped quadruple tailpipes.
The double oval ends of the standard RS 6 – by the way, the largest tailpipes that have ever been fitted to an Audi Sport RS model – have been replaced by a square set, which in turn is housed in a diffuser that is probably also visible from the moon.
From the hood slots and the front spoiler to the massive side skirts to the large roof spoiler at the back – Mansory got the fast family transporter in shape.
The orange trim on the bonnet and the 22-inch forged wheels have a counterpart in the interior, where a similar color tone for the seat belts, the floor mats, on the dashboard and in the door armrests creates a contrast effect.
RS6 Avant Mansory Engine
It wouldn’t be a complete package without some changes under the hood, where Mansory is revamping the 4.0-liter Biturbo V8. It no longer produces 600 HP and 800 Nm of torque, but 720 HP and 1,000 Nm.
The additional momentum has reduced the sprint time to 100 km / h from 3.6 seconds to just 3.2 seconds, and although the top speed is not mentioned, we remind you that the standard RS 6 Avant achieves 305 km / h.