The latter is an option, like the Dynamic Ride Control suspension, which works like with McLaren with communicating vessels. The dampers are connected diagonally and exchange oil for a better compromise between shock absorption and co-operation. In that package there is also a dynamic steering gear, plus a shovel below the top speed, which climbs up to 280 km / h. Ceramic brakes are also an option.
It also fits perfectly with the strategy that Audi Sport topman Stephan Winkelmann made us do in the presentation of the RS5 Coupé: First and foremost, Audi Sport wants to expand its product range. This RS5 Sportback is therefore a logical product that undoubtedly takes over the pressure-fed 2.9 V6 with 450 hp and 600 Nm from the RS5 Coupé. That engine sends its power standard by an eight-stroke machine to the four wheels. Will be prosecuted soon!
Optionally, this version is also provided with the sport differential and it is also equipped with an eight-speed automatic transmission. In short: a fast GT. Of course, the RS5 is even faster and offers even more grip. But that makes him more sensitive to an S5 Plus than the essentially other car that you would expect based on its rating plate.