2020 Audi RS4 Avant ABT 523-HP Snowmobile Review, Specs, Engine, & Changes – ABT specializes is adjusting Volkswagen Group’s vehicles, and it’s now showing off work to make the Audi RS4 Avant a more powerful way to haul the family. The firm’s new RS4 is limited to a run of just 50 illustrations, and shipping and delivery begin in March. Plus, the company provided some awesome photos of this Misano Red wagon enjoying a winter months landscape.
2020 Audi RS4 Avant ABT 523-HP Snowmobile Review
The ABT RS4 is available standard with 503 horsepower (375 kilowatts), but the company can push the output to 523 hp (390 kW) if customers don’t mind investing a bit more. For a greater sound, the tuner provides a new exhaust with four outlets, and the carbon trim offers an added graphic thrive. The improved suspension gives a changeable ride size, so drivers can lift the wagon in case the snow drifts get also high. For the guide, a stock RS4 has 444 horsepower (331 kilowatts) and 443 pound-feet (600 Newton-yards). An eight-speed automatic sends the power to an all-wheel-drive system.
For a much more competitive appear, ABT also provides new carbon trim about the grille, splitter, and front fender decorations. Complementing parts adorn the rear skirt and wing. The RS4 rides on a set of black 20-inch wheels with spokes which may have a delicate V condition as they connect to the rim. On the inside, the changes are much more delicate. ABT adds its logo to the start-end button, top of the gearshift, headrests, and other parts of trim.
When drawing near the vehicle, the RS4 logo shows up on the ground. We’ll get a better seem at the RS4 at ABT’s display at the Geneva Motor Show in March. The illustration at the celebration will probably be in a vibrant color of Viper Green.