The RS Q8 sits at the top of Audi's SUV spectrum.
Powering matters is a 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 churning out 591 horsepower and 590 pound-feet of torque.
The V8 engine is connected to an eight-speed automatic transmission that routes power to all four wheels.
The rear-biased all-wheel drive system is capable of sending 85% torque to the rear wheels.
Audi says the RS Q8 hits 60 mph in just 3.7 seconds and when equipped with the optional carbon ceramic brakes can hit a top speed of 190 mph.
To up handling, the RS Q8 comes standard with all-wheel steering, air suspension, sport rear differential and active anti-roll bars.
A set of 22-inch wheels and tires come standard on the RS Q8, but customers can upgraded to even bigger 23-inchers as seen on this test car.
Setting the RS Q8 apart from base Q8 models are specific bumpers, honeycomb front grille inserts and the aforementioned wheels.
Inside, the RS Q8 features more supportive sport seats, a flat-bottom steering wheel and Alcantara headliner.
The 2021 Audi RS Q8 begins at $115,595, including $1,095 for destination charges.