Audi has uncovered a line-up of new special version RS versions having to pay homage to the famous 1994 RS 2 Avant.
The new Audi Sport Nogaro Version specification is accessible on the TT RS Coupe, the RS four Avant, the RS five, in both of those Sportback and Coupe formats, and the RS 6 Avant. For just about every variant, the creation run is limited to just twenty five illustrations for the British isles.
All of the Nogaro Version versions are completed in Nogaro Blue pearl impact paint in tribute to the RS 2 Avant, while the TT RS, RS4 and RS five variations are completed with gloss black wheels (7 spoke on the TT RS and 5 on the RS four and RS five versions). RS 6 versions are fitted with new 22-inch gloss black goods, while every auto gets contrasting purple brake calipers.
Likewise, all the Nogaro Editions get a new widespread exterior styling pack. This usually means the autos aspect a entrance splitter, side sills and rear diffuser features completed in matt aluminum. The mirrors and badging are completed in gloss black, while uprated Audi Sport exhaust programs completed in black are fitted across the board.
Inside, potential buyers have a alternative of Nappa or Valcona leather upholstery but with denim blue stitching and added leather trim features all over the cabin. There is an Alcantara complete on the steering wheel and equipment selector, far too.
Engines and performance specs go unchanged. As these types of, the TT RS uses a turbocharged 2.five-litre 5-cylinder motor building 395bhp and enabling -62mph in three.7 seconds. Rates for the TT RS Nogaro Version start off from £67,765.
The more substantial RS four and RS five versions retain six-cylinder energy by way of a turbocharged 2.nine-litre V6 with 444bhp. Audi claims four.one seconds to 62mph for the £80,840 RS four Avant Nogaro Version. The Nogaro Version RS five Coupe and Sportback are both of those priced from £85,305, and are both of those able of -62mph in three.nine seconds.
As for the 592bhp twin-turbo four.-litre V8 RS 6 Nogaro Version, it’s accessible from £115,240. All variations are on sale in the British isles now.
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