Only 500 units of the refined RS 6 will be built. These have been unleashed from their regular electronic speed limiter, thus being able to reach a top speed of 188 mph (303 km/h). The cars’ engines have received a carbon design package - think of this as a wild tattoo placed on part of your body which can be easily covered by clothes. The bespoke RS 6s ride on 20-inch wheels and use a fine tuned suspension. Each of the cars is literally unique, having a numbered badge in the interior.
There are 2 packages available: RS 6 plus Sport and RS 6 plus Audi exclusive.
The Sport incarnation treats its passengers with an leather-covered instrument panel & center console and RS 6 branded floor mats. The Audi exclusive version allows customers to dress the car in a custom paint coat. It also spoils its occupants with even more leather than its nonidentical twin (it even has more leather than a fetish fashion model if you ask us): the seats, upholstery, controls, door trim inserts, front center armrest and the lateral armrests are all covered in special leather belonging to the Audi exclusive program range.
These cars nonchalantly use materials such as carbon fiber, aluminum, leather and Alcantara. The special packages are packed with technology, such as MMI navigation plus with a DVD player, a 40 Gb storage space for the radio and more obscene technological features.
If you feel that this is exactly what was missing from your motoring life, you can run to an Audi dealer now, as the RS 6 plus Sport and the RS 6 plus Audi exclusive packages are already available. Prepare to separate yourself from 3,250 of your euro if you want the Sport version or 8,310 should you choose the Audi exclusive package. The company says that you’ll save 50 percent of the money you would have normally paid for the optional extras installed on the cars.
It's such a pity that the 580 HP, 650 Nm (479.42 lb-ft) V10 engine has been left untouched. We know it catapults the RS 6 form 0 to 100 km/h in 4.5 seconds and ten seconds later it takes the car by the hand to cross the 200 km/h barrier but, since the car is fighting in the German Power Wars, we think that the “plus” word should’ve come with a power increase too.