The division was always clear. If you wanted a performance sedan that wasn’t Mercedes, you went to BMW. If you wanted a performance station wagon without a star in the grille, you came to Audi. BMW has tacked on with the new M3 and will come up with an M3 Touring in considerable time. At Audi they have not yet seen the light and an Audi RS 6 sedan (or Limousine, as they will call him) will remain out for the time being. That spot is already being filled by the Audi RS 7. So if you want an RS 6 sedan, you have to get started yourself.
That’s what this enthusiast did, but with the previous generation. This Audi RS 6 (C7) sedan started out as an average A6 with a 2.0 TFSI engine. The complete conversion was done with parts from an Audi RS 6 Performance with 605 hp, including the ceramic brakes. If you’re going to put in that much effort, then you might as well go one step further. That is why the engine broke up and all rings, gaskets and bearings were renewed. New turbos and new software provide a decent power of 800 hp and a torque of 1,150 Nm.
Tuned for the Nürburgring
The bumpers of the RS 6 were of course also transferred and the rear bumper was custom made. Then the whole was repainted in a striking green color. For the most part, the interior went along with the move. The KW chassis is tuned for the Nürburgring. In the back are two seats instead of a rear seat – this would be the lightest option. The steering wheel is from an Audi R8 and the sound system is from Bang & Olufsen.
What does the Audi RS 6 (C7) sedan cost?
The car currently has a German registration and fully complies with the strict German TÜV inspection. Putting the car on a Dutch license plate should therefore not be a huge problem, we guess. All at your own risk, of course. The asking price of the Audi RS 6 (C7) sedan is 130,000 euros, but there is still some room for negotiations. You can message the seller at his Instagram. For those who do not have Insta, the seller’s number is known to the editors.