2025 Audi RS6 Facelift: Updates Galore!

Testing the Super Wagon with a Cage

Our agents managed to apprehended the face-lifted Audi RS6 for the initial time whilst the awesome station wagon was in the process of being experimented at and close to the Nürburgring. It could look more of the same, however as they say, the devil is in the details. The front fenders have been broadened even more to encompass vertical barrels. Whether those are for the purpose of aerodynamics or to cool down the brakes has not been established, yet those are not present on the current model.

Travelling towards the back of the car, one notices that the roof spoiler is larger than ever before and bears a remarkable resemblance to the distinctive RS6 GTO concept. In fact, this unique concept which was unveiled at the tail end of 2020 to honor 40 years of Quattro, featured vented front fenders. To the face of the vehicle, one may observe that the grille appears to be slighter than before, though this could well as be an illusion created by the camouflage. In addition, both the bumpers have been updated with most noteworthy being the restructured front air intakes as well as distinct red reflectors at the rear.

Coming to the wheels, in particular, the example showcased utilized the gargantuan alloys seen on the RS6 Performance exhibited last November with an enhanced V8 cranking out 621 horsepower (463 kW) and 850 Newton-meters (625 pound-feet) of torque. The 22-inch rims brought about a combined savings of 20 kilograms (44 pounds) due to their high-tech formative-milling method. Comparable to the Performance, it is likely that this prototype features ceramic brakes.

Finished in what appears to be Audi Sport’s signature Nardo Grey color, the test vehicle had a full roll cage which clearly won’t be featured on the production model. Last month, the performance division’s boss Sebastian Grams stated that they could “go more extreme” with the car, making it “even stronger, even more performance, even sharper”. It is possible that this is what we are seeing here.

The upcoming rejuvenation of the RS6 Avant powered purely by ICE is most likely to be the concluding update, as Audi has declared that the next-generation version will be a plug-in hybrid. It remains ambiguous if it will sustain the V8 or decrease to a V6 yet one can be sure there won’t be any four-cylinder models from the prestigious German marque, as they have decided not to manufacture four-cylinder RS automobiles.

In the meantime, the updated current generation RS6 should be available at some point in 2024, once Audi has carried out minor facelifts to the traditional A6 Avant, the tough A6 Allroad, as well as the relatively mild S6 Avant.

Source: Automedia


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