This diesel-powered Audi A4 Avant has been transformed to look like the meaner RS4 version in order to spice up the German wagon. It belongs to an Austrian who used a wide variety of parts developed by mbDESIGN and Procharged who modifying the car according to the owner’s preferences. As you can see from the attached images, he exaggerated a little bit with the design as those flared wheel arches look massive and they significantly increase the vehicle’s width.
The Audi A4 Avant wears a metallic black paint complemented by the smoked headlights and taillights as well as by the tinted windows and the multi-spoke matte black alloy wheels. Those KV1 DC rims come from mbDESIGN and have a 20-inch diameter and a 10.5-inch width and the reason why they are so big is because the owner wanted to fill out those massive fenders. A custom suspension was also installed to go with those new wheels which are stopped in time by the upgraded brakes featuring green calipers.
This particular diesel-powered Audi A4 Avant is powered by a 3.0 TDI turbodiesel engine and has also received a larger intercooler. There’s no word about how much money was invested in the car but needless to say it wasn’t cheap as the modifications are significant.