The Only Audi C7 RS6 Sedan Is Painted in Mocha Latte and Sounds Fantastic

There's a good reason why Audi doesn't sell the RS6 in America, and that's the fact that it's only available as a wagon/Avant. In the place of the sedan, Audi offers the RS7, but some people don't like either of their bodies, and one took it upon himself to manufacture the RS6 sedan.
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There hasn't been such a car since the C6 ended its production run in 2010. Back then, the RS6 also featured a twin-turbo version of the Lamborghini V10 and pumped out a healthy 580 horsepower.

The only C7 RS6 sedan in the world belongs to @ronicollins and was fabricated by Bjorn Werks. About half a year ago, this was a pre-facelift S6 sedan. It was stripped down and fitted with all the necessary ingredients to make it an RS6. They've installed new front fenders, customized the rear ones, changed the bumpers and grille. As far as we can tell, they also needed new rear doors, because the old ones didn't match the fender flares.

In the gallery below, you'll find one of their Instagram photos of the door, captioned "requires adjustments...:):)". Obviously, the RS6 doors were taller at the back, so it didn't fit the sedan.

The old 420 horsepower engine had to be heavily modified to produce 580 PS, while the suspension and gearbox were tweaked as well. It even sounds better than a stock RS6, thanks to a sports exhaust system from Milltek, while the wheels are a lovely set of black Rotiform HUR 9,5+12x20 alloys.

The color is pretty rare. As we've mentioned, the S6 base car was black. The doors and bumpers were Nardo Gray and... the result is Audi's own Mocha Latte. We've only ever shown you one car in this color, the RS6 Avant featured in May 2015 at the Audi Forum.

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