Tag: Abt Sportsline

Strictly limited and a clear plus – ABT RS6+ with 705 hp only built 50 times

The performance version with 605 hp/445 kW is the most powerful version of the Audi RS6 C7 and clearly tops the basic model. ABT Sportsline has always been good at adding on and delivers visually appealing fireworks – inside and outside – in addition to another power boost. “The result is called the ABT RS6+ […] More »

  Comments | By - March 3, 2017

The ABT R8 – making rare things unique

  For customers who think that even an Audi R8 V10 plus does not look athletic enough, ABT Sportsline offers a wide range of accessories which can further sharpen the appearance of the supercar. Front and rear skirts move the ABT R8 even closer to the road visually. The matching front lip and the front, […] More »

  Comments | By - March 2, 2017

The ABT Audi S5 – middle-class car, top-class performance

The second generation of the Audi A5 sport version has just recently appeared on the scene.  ABT Sportsline, the world’s largest refiner of vehicles for the Volkswagen group, would of course not miss the opportunity of engine tuning for the S5s three model variants. A considerable 425 HP (313 kW) and 550 Nm torque is […] More »

  Comments | By - February 26, 2017

THE NEW ABT AS4 – ABSOLUTELY FAST, ABSOLUTELY RACY, ABSOLUTELY POWERFUL

Audi’s medium-sized cars have been a success story for more than 30 years now, first with the Audi 80 and from 1994 onwards with the A4. AndABT Sportsline has dedicated itself to these models right from the start. So it is only logical that at the Geneva Motor Show this year a newABT AS4 is […] More »

  Comments | By - March 8, 2016

Faster than an SQ5 TDI plus – the new ABT Super-Q5 has 365 HP

  ABT Sportsline makes the Audi SQ5 even faster than it is: With 365 HP/ 268 kW and an optimised torque of 710 Nm, the Bavarians have topped the SQ5 TDI competition’s original 326 HP/ 240 kW. This new power is primarily reflected in these measurements: “From naught to 100 kph in less than 5 […] More »

  Comments | By - November 13, 2015

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