The Audi A6 Allroad by ABT is on road, and off road fun with 408hp.
Precisely a year ago (at the beginning of June 2019), Audi presented one of its most iconic and interesting cars, the Audi A6 allroad. A crosscountry model which for more than two decades has been a true favorite for enthusiasts and fans… with the exception of the almighty Audi RS6 Avant. A spacious, practical, family car, suitable for driving on roads, with very interesting aesthetics, air suspension with adjustable height, permanent all-wheel drive, self-locking central differential and a generous range of engines. A good recipe, right? Welcome to the Audi A6 Allroad by ABT, your all terrain dream family car.
Options are available for all four engines: 55, 45, 50 TFSI, and 55 TDI.
In its current generation, the A6 allroad offers a 3.0 TFSI petrol engine, with 340 hp, as well as a 3.0 V6 TDI diesel (in three versions, 231, 286 and 349 hp). The first is called 55 TFSI, while the three others are respectively, 45, 50 and 55 TDI.
All engines are mild-hybrid type , that means they come with a alternator-starter and a 48V electrical system.
In the same way, they are come as standard with the all-wheel drive quattro system and different automatic gearboxes: S tronic, dual clutch and seven gears, in the case of TFSI, and tiptronic with torque converter and eight gears, in the TDI case.
As usual, for some customers, the 349 hp of the top-of-the-range version is never enough, and that is why the German specialist ABT Sportsline proposes one of his preparations for this familiar all terrain weapon.
In the case of the 55 TFSI, the only gasoline engine in the offer, the firm offers an electronic management module capable of bringing power up to 408 hp (20% more), also increasing the maximum torque from 500 to 550 Nm.
The most powerful of the diesels, the 55 TDI, can now go up to 384 bhp (compared to 349 bhp), thanks to changes in the powertrain electronics. The maximum torque of this version goes from 700 to 760 Nm. For its part, the 50 TDI reaches 330 hp and 670 Nm, instead of the 286 hp and 620 Nm, which it announces as standard.
ABT also offers different sets of alloy wheels (FR and GR), in 20 and 21 inches in diameter with different finishes. As far as the interior is concerned, the customer will be able to choose some bespoke details, such as an ABT start button, a carbon fiber gear selector or a projector with ABT welcome lights, among other things. Sadly at the moment we don´t know the prices for all this equipment, as they are not yet published.
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