Audi's RS 'shop makes very, very fast cars. Cars designed to crush the Autobahn like a pider under a shoe. The RS 6 can hit 189mph, so I think they've done it again...
Audi RS cars are powerhouses. They're brutish, powerful, comfortable, and excessive to the fore, so why should the latest RS 6 break tradition?
The Audi RS 6 is a family car that can hit 189mph. Some would say that's excessive, but who says that's a bad thing?
If you are lucky enough to have the cash to spend on a high-end sports car, you will, in all likelihood, spend more time inside looking out than outside looking over it. Therefore, the interior can not be overlooked. Here are a few of the cars we feel give the driver the best view.
Road Trip 2011: After driving more than 3,000 miles across Europe in two of Audi's latest models this summer, CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman had a hard time handing back the keys.
Road Trip 2011: Over the course of several thousand miles, CNET's Daniel Terdiman put Audi's RS Coupe and its A6 3.0 TFSI through their paces. And came away very impressed with the two cars' power, styling, and stability. All travel should be so comfortable.
CNET Car Tech reports on the Audi RS6 from the 2008 Paris Motor Show.
Audi showed off the new RS6 at the 2008 Paris auto show, a car that unfortunately will not come to the U.S.
Audi announces pricing for the TT RS, an Audi performance line that has been in hiatus from the U.S. for three years.
Audi images and specs of RS 6 Avant pre-Frankfurt auto show reveal smooth-looking car with power.