Geneva 2011: ABT Audi A6

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ABT has chosen the Geneva Auto Show to introduce a modification program for the Audi A6, with the tuner touching multiple areas of the vehicle.

6 is a powerful number: If you throw a six in Ludo, you reach the goal quicker, and the same also applies if you drive an ABT A6. Power and comfort make the premium car a perfect everyday companion,” a company statement reads.

The fun starts in the engine compartment: the German aftermarket developer offers power upgrades for both the TDI and the TFSI engines in the range. The 3.0-liter TDI has been boosted to 282 hp and 610 Nm of torque via an ECU remap.

Customers who want even more, can opt for the Power S package, which brings the output to 310 hp and 610 Nm. The company is currently developing a performance upgrade for the supercharged 3.0-liter TFSI engine, which will allow it to deliver 410 hp.

The A6 has been gifted with multiple discreet exterior mods, including a front spoiler, side skirts, a rear spoiler and four tailpipes. The vehicle rides on custom ABT rims, which come in sizes ranging from 19- to 21-inch.

"For us the A6 is an extravagant, straight-forward car, which doesn’t show off yet also doesn’t hide away,” states Hans-Jurgen Abt. For the General Manager of the traditional company which recently celebrated its 115 year anniversary, the A6, which has been further developed specifically to reduce its weight, is a great success: “It is just the prefect choice for our demanding customers.
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