MTM Audi RS 6 R by Fostla with 759hp, 912 Nm torque

Article by Anita Panait, on June 26, 2012

The Audi RS 6 developed by the Audi branch Quattro GmbH in Neckarsulm, based on numbers, is the most powerful variant of the A6. But the car is receiving a sweeping increase in power courtesy of car tuner MTM. The tuned Audi RS 6, now dubbed as MTM RS 6 R, could no longer be called or described as just a family car as it could spew out power comparable to those of super cars. 

MTM RS 6 R could now provide 759 hp of output and 912 Nm of torque, allowing it to reach a top speed of 348 km/h. This output is complemented by a stainless steel exhaust system with race catalyst and features adjustable valves on two pipes, creating the perfect sound for such a powerful car.

For an ideal stop, Audi’s homemade ceramic braking system with 420mm discs don the MTM RS 6 R, which also features RS5 9x20 ET29 wheel rims wrapped in 275/35R20 tyres. Most of all, the MTM RS 6 R features a carbon front lip and a rear diffuser. With regards to its exterior looks, the MTM RS 6 R managed to personify a great family car by wrapping itself in matt blue metallic PWF.

In charge of the wrapping is fostla.de, a German firm specialising in premium foil wrapping. fostla.de wrapped the car fully in anodized matt blue metallic PWF, shying away from the usual paint works.

The foil wrapping for the MTM RS 6 R as engaged by fostla.de would cost a customer up to EUR2,500, which includes 5 percent tinting of the front and back lights. For more details about fostla.de’s specialist foil wrapping work, one could pay the firm a visit at its garage in Hannover.

Audi RS6 delivers top notch performance thanks to its technology-bundled suspension. Four lightweight aluminum control arms are featured on the front axle of each wheel, with elastokinematics designed to deliver a sportier performance. Speed-dependent servotronic power steering characteristics are back while steering gear ratio is a direct 12.5:1 and rear suspension kinematics has been modified.

Exclusive damping technology such as the Dynamic Ride Control (DRC) are also deployed into the RS6’s system to reduce pitch and roll mechanically. That is, hydraulic lines and valves are connected diagonally on opposite pairs of shock absorbers, and fluid flow to the damper of the compressing outside front wheels is increased to provide firmer support while reducing roll tendencies. The DRC, combined with the sports suspension plus, is offered in a choice of three damper settings: sport, dynamic and comfort, each of which is activated by the MMI.

With the electronic stabilization system or ESP, RS6 owners are given full driving experience without having to compromise safety – thanks to its relatively high activation threshold. Aside from this, a Sport mode is also available. However, this can be deactivated when not in use.

With an interior boasting of the finest materials – carbon fiber, aluminum, piano lacquer, leather and Alcantara – the Audi RS6 undeniably embodies the same power, elegance, exclusivity and perfection as with other Audi RS models that were built and developed by quattro GmbH and Audi AG.

Topics: mtm, audi, audi rs6, avant

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