Audi RS6 Avant 2013: the sportiest family of Audi

| December 6, 2012

When combined or mixed proposals, not everything will be combinations of SUV’s or crossovers, but there are many other possibilities, at least from the point of view of Audi. The German brand does not want its customers, those who wish to maintain the power and performance of the cars of the signing of the four rings, why not have give them as much as the family has grown. So they have developed such a model, the new Audi RS6 Avant 2013, a station wagon capable of dueling with any sport without leaving badly in a race.

The truth is that this 2013 Audi RS6 Avant is only a relative by its dimensions, load capacity and habitability, because when talking about mechanics and performance, his data fall within the sport , not many things to envy about to an acceleration speed and R8 , for example. It has become clear that the German company wanted to give power and strength to the whole family, and certainly achieved this seeing result.


Most aggressive design for a family

If we show the new Audi RS6 Avant 2013 without letting us sees the back of his body, that with the added ‘Station Wagon’, no one would argue that this is a family car. Throughout its design is the most aggressive, line in all Audi RS models. The chrome on the front grille and accentuate its forms, while the wheel arches, the large air intakes, the splitter or the logo ‘Quattro’ on the grill, remember a sports altogether.

The same thing happens when checking the rear, with a large diffuser, two escape exits oval on the sides and wheelarches system configurable to set the tone of the sound of the engine to the taste of each driver. Only when he looked back on that, we found that familiar body, the only detail that does not match what you expect from a sports car, because everything else (design, engineering, performance) does.

Power and mechanical efficiency

Obviously, when speaking of this Audi RS6 Avant 2013 is required in your engine stop at that block 4.0 V8 Twin-turbo TFSI able to develop no less than 560 hp and maximum torque of 700 Nm, figures to match other variants Audi RS as the Audi RS5. A block of a field accompanied Tiptronic 8 speed and Quattro traction system, with which reach 305 km / h officially, although serial variants are limited to 250 km / h in the case of Dynamic Plus version and 280 km/h in the dynamic.

However, despite these high speeds, the highlight is its acceleration, being able to go from 0 to 100 km / h in just 3.9 seconds. Any wasteful of power, however, does not imply a consumption bulging. In fact, the new Audi RS6 Avant 2013 approves an average consumption 9.8 l/100 km, quite an achievement considering the power and the dimensions of which we are speaking.

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