AUDI ‘RS5 coupé’ Sneak Peek

With an engine developed specifically for the second generation RS models, the next generation RS5 will have an enhanced TFSI bi-turbo engine that produces 450hp with 600Nm of torque.


This will allow the new R5 to accelerate from 0 to 100km/h in 3.9 seconds and onward to a top speed of 250km/h.


The speed of this new AUDI RS5 coupé is aided by its drastic weight reduction of 60kg has been shaved off from the predecessor giving a new weight of just 1655kg. This weight reduces further if the optional carbon fiber roof is selected.

The 8-speed tiptronic transmission has optimized shift times and delivers output through the quattro permanent all-wheel drive, where distribution is shared between the axles at a ratio of 40:60. furthermore, with a revised five-link construction for both the front and rear suspensions, the coupé promises a sporty performance with agility and dynamic handling.


This RS5’s front end is dominated by a gradually sloping bonnet with distinct grooves, above the wide and flat singleframe radiator grille. On either side of this, massive air inlets with the typically AUDI honeycomb structure sit close to the ground, delivering a very powerful stance.

Above these are additional lateral air intakes and outlets, as well as the matrix LED headlights. with 74mm extra in length than previously, the side silhouette directs attention to the front and back with pronounced wheel arch bulges and clean body work. at the rear, the sports coupé is completed with a RS-specific diffuser insert, oval exhaust tailpipes and a surface-mounted spoiler lip.

The rear features RS-specific diffuser insert, oval exhaust tailpipes and a surface-mounted spoiler lip.


Inside you will be greeted by alcantara leather-clad RS sports seats and flat-bottomed RS multifunction sport steering wheel. You will also get a sporty carbon fibre dashboard and console trim, which ensures an interior of extreme quality.

The AUDI virtual cockpit is included for drivers to get all performance-related information, ranging from tire pressure to torque and driving g-forces to fuel efficiency.

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