The Audi RS 5 Coupe had a power of 450 hp and took it out of a 4.2-liter V8. The new Audi RS 5 Coupe has exactly the same amount of power, but requires a very small cylinder content. This time the block is called the 2.9 TFSI V6 bi-turbo. A major advantage of downsizing is that average consumption has decreased by 17%. And the associated lower CO 2 emissions result in a more friendly bpm.
Audi demands € 117.625 for the RS5 Coupe, which has a 450 hp and 600 Nm strong 2.9-liter big biturbo V6 engine.
For the previous RS5 Coupé, more than € 130,000 had to be paid in 2015. Because the current RS5, in contrast to the previous one, has no larger V8 engine, CO2 emissions are lower and less BPM needs to be paid.
With this double blown heart the RS5 is able to sprint in 3.9 count to a speed of 100 km / h. Its top speed lies with the optional Dynamic Package at 280 km / h. Of course, the exterior of the RS5 is also attached to solid bumper work. We see large air inlets, sloped wheelchairs and 19 inches of light metal. 20-inch wheels are on the option list. A carbon fiber-covered roof with visible carbon fibers is optionally available. The total weight is 1,655 kilograms, 60 kilos less than the previous RS5.