2018 Audi RS6 Redesign and Changes

Audi has planned a lot of things for the 2018 Audi RS6, considering that it is one of the most famous models in the company’s signature brand. When compared to the A3 and A4, this RS6 is seen as more promising and profitable. The mid-size sedan is appealing, and there will be improvements for the features with more user interface technologies for better and easier control. Aside from the fact that this model has been known (and also accepted) well in most areas in the world, covering America, the Europe, and also China.

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2018 Audi RS6 2018 Audi RS6 Redesign and Changes

2018 Audi RS6

2018 Audi RS 6 Changes

Audi is planning to develop and produce the RS6 in a similar way as the Audi A8 for the 2018 model. In fact, the company plans on making the A6, A7, and also A8 in the MLB modular longitudinal Evo structure. The reason why Audi uses this platform is that of its flexibility, allowing the vehicle to run on the front wheel driving system as well as the four-wheel driving system. Not to mention that there will be new assistance technology along with the telematics systems. As if it weren’t enough, there will be four different body types, starting from the long wheelbase sedan (especially for the Chinese market), the regular sedan, the Allroad or Avant wagon (for the foreign market outside America), and the A7 hatchback.

2018 Audi RS6 Avant 2018 Audi RS6 Redesign and Changes

2018 Audi RS6 Avant

Another reason why the company is including new features and attractive design (including improving the performance and the premium material) is that they want to appeal to people, hoping that they can boosts sales. They are afraid that people will be more interested to change hearts to SUVs, leaving them behind. That’s why the new 2018 Audi RS6 is designed as careful and as thoroughly as possible.

2018 Audi RS6 Sedan 2018 Audi RS6 Redesign and Changes

2018 Audi RS6 Sedan

2018 Audi RS 6 Engine

For this model, Audi is thinking about using a turbo four engine with 2.0-liter capacity. An optional V6 turbocharged will be offered for the RS6 while such engine will be the standard for the A7. For both the S6 and S7, a V6 turbocharged engine delivering 400 hp of power will be available. For the next 2018 or 2019 RS6 or RS7, the V8 twin turbocharged engine will be likely used. It is possible that Audi will develop diesel power, along with the hybrid and also plug-in hybrid option for the American auto market. For the 2018 Audi RS6, the price tag is set around $50,000