Slender and muscular – ABT Audi Q5 and SQ5 “slim body” with up to 425 HP

After the wide body version presented at the Geneva Motor Show, the ABT Audi Q5 and SQ5 are now also available with the ABT Aero Package Slim Body. Depending on the production engine, a lot more horsepower are also possible – for example 425 HP (313 kW) for the SQ5. Long live sports! “The kit includes a […] More »

  Comments | By - April 19, 2018

735 HP and “split camo” – ABT builds unique RS6+ for skiing star Jon Olsson

  Alpine ski racer and freeskiing legend Jon Olsson loves high speeds and an extravagant look – and not only on piste, as a whole range of customized supercars built especially for the Swede proves. He has now taken delivery of his latest gem, the RS6+ named “Phoenix”, from ABT Sportsline, where it was fully […] More »

  Comments | By - February 23, 2018

ABT body kit for 2018 Audi SQ5 and Q5 ready for order now

With a new aerodynamic body kit ABT is complementing the style and sophistication of the 2018 Audi SQ5 and Q5 by adding, among other parts, visible tailpipes to the rear. The basic package of the new ABT aerodynamic kit comes with a front skirt design similar to what ABT offers for the Q7, door strip […] More »

  Comments | By - February 15, 2018

Striking in power and design – ABT Audi SQ5 with Widebody Aerokit and 425 HP

  ABT Sportsline takes the three-liter turbo gasoline engine in the new Audi SQ5 to a fiery 425 HP (313 kW) and a torque increase of 10% to 550 Nm. A bold statement from the world’s largest tuner for vehicles from the Audi and Volkswagen Group, as the production version offers 354 HP (260 kW) – just like its predecessor with […] More »

  Comments | By - February 15, 2018

WORLD PREMIERE: ABT RS5-R

ABT RS5-R ROAMS SUPERCAR TERRITORY WITH 530 HP ABT Sportsline has hidden an entire subcompact car in the power boost for the current Audi RS5. “On the ABT RS5-R, we get an additional 80 HP and 90 Nm from the 2.9 liter biturbo V6, which has a very similar design to the engine in the […] More »

  Comments | By - January 31, 2018

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