The newly grown 2.9-liter TFSI engine in a Audi RS 4 Avant delivers a totally new dimension of torque and efficiency. From 1,900 to 5,000 rpm, a V6 twin turbo sends a outrageous 600 Nm of torque to a crankshaft – 170 Nm some-more than in a prior model. With a outlay of 331 kW (450 hp), equating to a opening of 155.5 hp per liter, a RS 4 Avant accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.1 seconds, that is 0.6 tenths faster than before. The RS dynamics package increases a electronically tranquil tip speed from 250 to 280 km/h. In a new European pushing cycle, a car uses only 8.8 liters of fuel per 100 kilometers, homogeneous to 200–199 grams of CO2 per kilometer. These values paint a 17% rebate in fuel expenditure compared with a prior model.
In regulating a 2.9-liter TFSI V6 twin turbo, Audi Sport is following adult on a mythological first-generation RS 4 Avant. The RS 4 expelled behind in 1999 was also versed with a V6 twin turbo – a initial ever rarely supercharged twin turbo engine from Audi. Delivering an outlay of 280 kW (380 hp), a engine performs during 141 hp per liter. The initial RS 4 Avant went from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.9 seconds. Huge direct for this first car of a V6 twin turbo success story led Audi to double a strange series of models designed for production. In total, a code constructed 6,030 units of a first-generation RS 4.
*Information on fuel expenditure and CO2 emissions for ranges contingent on a form of tires/wheels used.