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Mansory Audi RS Q8 is a Whole Lotta Crazy

Mansory is a German tuning company known for its insane builds; taking cars that already look outlandish and making them even more so. Mostly, Mansory is famous for its work on supercars and hypercars, such as Ferraris and Lamborghinis, not massive SUVs. However, this new Mansory-tuned Audi RS Q8 will surely get your tuner blood pumping.

 

The Mansory RS Q8 has so many exterior additions, it almost looks like a different car altogether. The new hood has two massive scoops in it, the front air intakes have a different grille design and there’s a new front lip spoiler. And the front is the least modified part of the car.

 

New, more aggressive fender flares, a massive new side skirt, larger side air vents and massive black wheels make the Mansory Audi RS Q8 look insane in profile.

 

However, the biggest changes come at the back. A larger roof spoiler combines with an additional trunk spoiler to give it an extra wing. There’s also a massive new diffuser, some rear fake air vents and a new exhaust. What’s interesting about the exhaust is that Mansory ditched the dual ovals for four sort of pentagonal exhausts. It’s an odd styling choice, and a very aggressive one, for sure.

 

Inside the Mansory-tuned car is a pretty standard tuner’s interior. Carbon fiber replaces all trim and Alcantara is everywhere. It gets red stitching and a Mansory logo on the steering wheel. It’s a fine looking interior but a bit derivative. It’s essentially the same cabin that you’ll find in any tuned RS Q8.

 

Don’t just think that Mansory stopped at its looks, though. Under the hood, the RS Q8’s 4.0 liter twin-turbo V8 makes a whopping 780 PS (769 horsepower) and 1,000 Nm (737 lb-ft) of torque. That helps it get from 0-60 in 3.3 seconds. So it’s a few tenths quicker than the standard RS Q8.

 

While we like more subtly tuned cars, if you’re into big, bold and extravagant tunes, this Mansory Audi RS Q8 will be right up your alley.

CategoriesRS Q8 Tuning
Nico DeMattia

I've been in love with cars since I was a kid, specifically German cars. Now I get to drive them talk about them on the internet.