- Mansory presents their latest creation in this Audi RS 6 Avant;
- The unique look features 22-inch wheels and lots of carbon fibre;
- The tuned Audi also gets a 129 hp increase for a total of 720 horsepower.
As the Geneva Motor Show, 2020 is one of the latest victims of the COVID-19, the various players that make it up must innovate and still pursue their activities. And this does not only concern large manufacturers. Mansory, famous for its quirky creations, is one of those small firms that are currently suffering from the cancellation of this major annual auto fair.
However, the cancellation of the Show did not prevent them from exhibiting the creations that they intended to bring there. Among these is the Audi RS 6 Avant, one of the first cars of the brand to go under the pencil of the designers of Mansory.
Carbon fibre is obviously in the spotlight here, with huge 22-inch wheels by Mansory. What draws attention to the rear are the exhausts which take on a shape never seen before, but still, blend perfectly with the entire rear fascia.
The interior showcases Mansory’s signature everywhere, even on the carpets and the steering wheel.
The Audi RS 6 Avant by Mansory is powered by a 4.0-litre V8 engine with a pair of turbochargers. The German brand gave the RS 4 its magic elixir which adds 129 horsepower and 148 lb-ft of torque. This addition brings the total power and torque figures to 720 and 738 respectively, allowing the RS 6 Avant to sprint from 0-100 km/h in just 3.2 seconds (down from 3.6 seconds in its stock form).