As promised tuning company ABT has today officially presented Audi RS6-E Hybrid concept model, which we must admit is impressive.
This is not the first time that the ABT company modifies the Audi RS6 Avant, on the contrary. For that reason, we could say that they have become pretty good at working on it.
Although, at least for the moment, it’s just about the concept of the car, this Audi RS6-E Hybrid is based on the latest generation of the super caravan from Ingolstadt, and has got a modified ECU and a demanding system, as well as an electric motor in the tunnel transmission.
Thanks to this electric motor, the car gets extra power that is sent to the rear axle by pushing the button, they explain from the company. The total output power of this model is 1,004 “horses” and 1,291 Nm of torque, ie, 407 horsepower more than a factory model.
When the internal combustion engine works in steam with an electric motor (powered by a 13.6 kilowatt-hour battery), this “family” car turns right into the road.
Namely, it will accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h for only 3.3 seconds and achieve a maximum speed of 320 km / h. Compared to the no-electric motors, the previous Audi RS6 on which the company ABT has worked is four decades slower when accelerating to “hundreds”, but achieving a maximum speed of 250 km / h.
To make sure their car is out of reach wherever they go, people from ABT have also made many modifications to the outside design, and the most obvious is the foil covered by the car and which should be the printed circuit board with the car.
Of course, there are components that bring better aerodynamics and lower air resistance, and include front splitter, larger air intakes, new thresholds, and a spoiler mounted on the rear of the car.
Also, thanks to H & R shock absorbers and springs, this Audi is somewhat closer to the ground, and there are also 21 inch wheels.
This RS6-E Hyubrid has gone through modification in the interior, where we can see a large number of green details, the ABT label at the front seats and, of course, the aforementioned “magic button”. How it works can be seen on the footage below the text.
Namely, representatives of ABT have not revealed plans for this Audi RS6-E Hybrid concept, nor whether they will at all reach the stage of production.