This tuned Mansory Audi RS6 Avant is a bit Extreme

Straight from the factory, the all-new Audi RS6 Avant is one of the most aggressive looking performance sedans/wagons on the market. Thanks to its wide fender flares, aggressive from air intakes, sharp hood lines and big wheels, it’s about as butch and angry as a wagon is going to get. However, it’s apparently not enough for German tuner Mansory, who’s cranked things up to eleven.


On the outside, the Mansory Audi RS6 Avant gets a suite of new carbon fiber upgrades, such as a new grille surround, a new lower front lip, a massive rear diffuser and a giant rear wing. The stock car looks butch and aggressive but this Mansory version looks like it wants to punch your face, for better or worse.

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It gets some upgrades on the inside, as well. The steering wheel gets a complete overhaul, replete with Alcantara and even a new Alcantara-covered airbag cover with a Mansory logo. Its seats get a black and orange color scheme, matching the outside, as well as a new diamond-stitch pattern.


Mansory didn’t just stop at aesthetics, though. Under the hood, the Mansory-tuned Audi RS6 Avant makes a whopping 720 hp and 738 lb-ft of torque, which the tuning company claims drops its 0-60 mph time from 3.6 seconds to 3.2. Though, we recently saw that the standard car can actually reach that time in 3.3 seconds, with just 591 hp. So maybe the 720 hp car can get closer to 3.0 seconds flat.

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If you’re in the market for an Audi RS6 Avant but you think it’s too tame: A) you probably need a straight-jacket but B) this Mansory-tuned car could be for you. Sure, it’s quite a bit more expensive (pricing hasn’t been released yet) but it’s far more powerful than stock and comes with much more aggressive looking body work. So it might kill the RS6’s sleeper-car looks but, if you’re into that sorta thing, it’s probably worth it.

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.