The pair of twin-turbo V8 machines duke it out in a quarter mile shenanigan, albeit carrying nothing but their drivers and some walkie-talkies. We won't waste your time by listing the specs of the big-booted Germans here, since the video contains all the info you need.
The same goes for the conclusion of the race, as we don't enjoy throwing spoilers your way. Nevertheless, we'll mention there's more than one conclusion that arises from this fight.
Whenever we come across such delicious racing moments, we can't help but feel sorry for all the US aficionados who can't have any of the family fun, because, you know, most Americans hate station wagons.
As for what the future holds, we expect serious changes in both camps. We'll start with the Affalterbach machine and mention we have yet to see the AMG incarnation of the new E-Class. When it comes to the Audi, the German automaker's quattro GmbH division is now led by former Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann.
And while you shouldn't expect Lambo doors, there's a whole range of spices that could make their way into future RS models. For instance, those of you following the supercar world have probably noticed the Audi R8 is no longer the restrained sibling of the Lamborghini Huracan...