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Audi RS 6 Avant (2014)

Audi RS 6 Avant

The Audi RS 6 Avant, a high-performance sports car for everyday and recreational activities, stands for groundbreaking performance.

Audi RS 6 Avant
Combined fuel consumption in l/100 km: 9.6 (24.5 US mpg)
Combined CO2 emissions in g/km: 223 (358.9 g/mi)

Audi RS 6 Avant performance
Combined fuel consumption in l/100 km: 9.6 (24.5 US mpg)
Combined CO2 emissions in g/km: 223 (358.9 g/mi)
(Figures vary depending on engine/transmission/wheels/tires)


Technical details

Audi RS 6 Avant 4.0 TFSI quattro tiptronic (412 kW)
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
Displacement in cc / bore x stroke in mm / compression 3993 / 84.5 x 89 / 9.3
Max. power output in kW (hp) / at rpm 412 (560) / 5700 - 6600
Max. torque in Nm (lb-ft) / at rpm 700 (516.3) / 1750 - 5500
Top speed in km/h (mph) 250 (155.3) (optional: 280 (174.0) / 305 (189.5))
Acceleration, 0-100 km/h (0-62.1 mph) in sec 3.9
Combined fuel consumption in l/100km 9.6 (24.5)
Combined CO2-emissions in g/km 223 (358.9)
Unladen weight according to EU (excluding driver) / (including driver) / gross weight limit in kg (lb) 1950 (4299.0) / 2025 (4464.4) / 2580 (5687.9)
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Audi RS 6 Avant 4.0 TFSI quattro tiptronic (412 kW)
Audi RS 6 Avant 4.0 TFSI quattro tiptronic (445 kW) performance
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
Displacement in cc / bore x stroke in mm / compression 3993 / 84.5 x 89 / 9.3
Max. power output in kW (hp) / at rpm 445 (605) / 6100 - 6800
Max. torque in Nm (lb-ft) / at rpm 700 (516.3) / 1750 - 6000 750 (553.2) / 2500 - 5500 (in overboost)
Top speed in km/h (mph) 250 (155.3) / 280 (174.0) / 305 (189.5)
Acceleration, 0-100 km/h (0-62.1 mph) in sec 3.7
Combined fuel consumption in l/100km 9.6 (24.5)
Combined CO2-emissions in g/km 223 (358.9)
Unladen weight according to EU (excluding driver) / (including driver) / gross weight limit in kg (lb) 1950 (4299.0) / 2025 (4464.4) / 2580 (5687.9)
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Audi RS 6 Avant 4.0 TFSI quattro tiptronic (445 kW) performance

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    The revised A6 model series* is launching with numerous new features on engines, transmissions, headlights and infotainment. The Audi A6 and the A6 Avant are even more powerful, efficient and sophisticated than ever. The versatile A6 allroad quattro and the S6, S6 Avant and RS 6 sport models also benefit from the model refresh. *The collective fuel consumption of all models named above and available on the German market can be found in the list provided at the end of this BasisInfo.

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