RS6/C5 production started in 2002. Neckarsulm’s factory produced three Audi wagons with missing parts that nonetheless worked.
This won’t change until the Audi RS6 C8, the fourth generation, when the car will be able to move straight from the factory to the showroom without any further human labour.
North America got the 2020 RS6 wagon. First warning (the only version previously available in the US was the C5 sedan version).
To this day, the original RS6’s all-wheel drive technology and dynamic ride control suspension are still in use. As far as we know, this gene still exists in the automobile.
At that time, when the Audi RS6 (codenamed C6) was released for the second time around, it featured 10 cylinders instead of the original six.
When it was first released, it had a maximum output of 580 PS (572 HP) and a maximum torque of 650 Nm (479 lb-ft) (552 HP).
Due to the fact that it went back on its “word” and reverted to an 8-cylinder engine, the Audi RS6 (C7third )’s generation wasn’t warmly received.
It is possible that Audi’s RS6 was not well welcomed if the third time is a charm. With its meager 3.9 liters of displacement, it was the smallest RS6 ever built.
The power, however, remained. At 120 kilograms (264 pounds) lighter, six centimeters (2.4 inches) broader, with better weight distribution,
C7 has 700 newton-meters of torque, the most of any C7 model. To silence its doubters, it touched 100 km/h in 3.9 seconds.