By all standards, the C7 generation Audi RS6 Avant was never a slouch. Its twin-turbo TFSi V8 engine made an outstanding power output in its class, and it was already almost a decade since it was introduced.
But some European folks from Europe just couldn't get enough. With an RS6 Avant going through stage 4 aftermarket tuning and a bevy of engine upgrades, the stealthy wagon here makes over 1,000 horses and hides underneath a satin black finish. Auditography gives us a quick look at the vehicle, along with the lot of upgrades it received.
According to the channel, this Audi RS6 Avant from the Netherlands received stage 2+ tuning with upgraded exhaust manifolds, wastegates, and throttle body – all from Turbosystem. It also received 4bar map sensors from SRM and water-methanol injection stage 3 from Snow Performance, along with a Forge charge cooler with an upgraded CWA 100-3 intercooler pump, Dual low-pressure fuel pump with larger lines, and high-pressure fuel pumps from Autotech.
Even better, the owner, who goes by the name Dave (@black_rs_6 on Instagram), did the turning and mapping himself using the Dynospectrum tool. The result is an output of 1,200 horsepower (894 kilowatts) and 1,069 pound-feet (1,450 Newton-meters) of torque, but only when using 102 octane fuel.
This tuned RS6 Avant can sprint to 62 miles per hour (100 kilometers per hour) in 2.57 seconds, with a top speed of 217 mph (350 km/h). A quarter-mile run was clocked at under 10 seconds.
The satin black finish here was a wrap, while the whole build was done by DGM Performance, a tuning company based in Belgium. The car comes with Dynamic ride control with a 3P air ride airlift plus a set of 22-inch Vossen gloss black HF-2 wheels.