2016 Audi RS 4 Review, V6 Twin Turbo, Spy Photos

Tuesday, April 19th, 2016 - 2016, Audi

2016 Audi RS 4 Review, V6 Twin Turbo, Spy Photos

2016 Audi RS4 first look
First photos show the next Audi RS 4 avant (2016) during test drives in the environment of the Nürburgring Nordschleife. The power station wagon comes with twin-turbo V6 and all-wheel drive.

Looking after the final vote of the new Audi must confront RS 4 (2016) in these days of the very toughest examination. Current test photos show the power wagon in the immediate vicinity of the Nürburgring and confirm that devoted to the Ingolstädter starting immediately the fine tuning of chassis and powertrain. The prototype of the RS 4 reveals himself not only with its front end dominated by large air intakes and the two meeting tailpipes in the rear, also the braking system and the upon closer a few centimeters the wheel arches are clear evidence for the top model RS 4. behind the wheel a braking system that leaves at least on the front axle at the first glance impression : The drilled discs are richly designed and make the impression, to be able to slow the new Audi RS 4 avant also on the circuit permanently at least visually. Whether it is really to the braking system of the series, may be doubted after looking at the relatively small discs on the rear axle, however.

2016 Audi RS4 engine with V6 twin turbo

2016 AUDI RS 4 COMES WITH A V6 BITURBO

Regular work gets the brake of the new Audi RS 4 2016 no longer of an aspirated V8 engine, but from a completely newly developed and clearly more economical V6 bi turbo. Around 500 HP, the six-cylinder to draw his three liters of displacement and of course distribute it to all four wheels. The force distribution are standard emphasizes heavy: already the normal A4 sends usually 60 percent of the power to the rear wheels, which promises a very agile driving experience at quattro typical traction. The new Audi RS 4 avant we can expect also vectoring technology of torque, which provides for an optimal distribution of power between the rear wheels and supports so the acceleration out of corners. That the middle-class sportsman all momentum with about 1,500 liters scores cargo space and is suitable for everyday, no-brainer for connoisseurs of the everyday Audi RS models. The Giterrohr cage mounted on the Erlkönig will not be an option in the later series, brings additional safety the test drivers during their excursions in the dynamic range of the border.

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