The crazy folks over at Wheelsandmore have released a tuning package for the new Audi RS6 Avant that results in a peak power output beating that of the original Bugatti Veyron.
The German tuner offers five stages for Ingolstadt's superwagon. The fifth, being the most extreme, adds upgraded turbochargers to the 4,0-litre V8, along with optimised software, an uprated air-filter kit, altered intake routes and a modified intake manifold.
Additionally, a stainless steel exhaust system with flap control by Capristo is fitted.
These changes increase the RS6’s standard outputs of 441 kW and 800 N.m to a whopping 743 kW and 1 250 N.m. While the tuner doesn't list a claimed 0-100 km/h time, Wheelsandmore does confirm a top speed of 340 km/h (depending on tyres, that is).
While it boasts more power than the original 736 kW Veyron (more extreme models followed, of course), the W16-powered monster still has the edge in terms of top speed, which was a claimed 407 km/h back in the mid-2000s.
In addition to all that extra grunt, Wheelsandmore has handed the RS6 a KW suspension coilover kit along with a set of 22-inch 6SPORZ² Atom three-piece forged alloy wheels wrapped in 295/30 front and 335/25 rear Continental tyres.
The price for the most extreme tuning package? Some €41 932, which translates to about R835 000 (on top of the price of the RS6, of course).
Original article from Car