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Audi RS4 Avant (B9) specs

Car type Estate/vagon
Curb weight 1715 kg (3781 lbs)
Power / weight 262 ps (259 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 350 Nm (258 lb-ft) / t
Introduced 2017
Origin country Germany
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Engine type V6, biturbo, DI, 24 valves, DOHC
Displacement 2.9 l (177 ci / 2894 cc)
Power 450 ps (444 bhp / 331 kw) @ 5700 rpm
Torque 600 Nm (443 lb-ft) @ 1900 rpm
Power / liter 155 ps (153 hp)
Transmission 8 speed automatic
Layout front engine, all wheel drive

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FastestLaps  5m ago

It is interesting that Audi now have so many turbo engine configurations - inline 4 turbo, inline 5 turbo, V6 twin turbo and V8 twin turbo.

Only thing missing is inline 5 turbo diesel. Btw, I still have a 1996 inline 5 turbo diesel Audi C4 (first TDI engine ever) with zillion kms on it, and it just won't die :D


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cosimo  5m ago

sounds like a shout out for vw products ? no wonder why all vw cars get their lap times updated asap on the move!!!!!!

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Inline 6 rules  5m ago

The new Audi RS4. Power is 450 PS between 5700 and 6700 rpm. Max torque available between 1900-5000 rpm.
The engine is the same as in the Audi RS5.
Similar to the BMW M5 the previous generation double-clutch gearbox has been replaced with a 8 speed "simple" automatic.
"Simple" (single-clutch) automatics have beem improved so much (far faster gear changing, smarter programing) in the last few years that they begin to replace double-clutch gearboxes. Is it the end for double-clutch gearboxes? Even Audi, one of the first users of the double-clutch gearboxes starts replacing them with traditional automatics. Only Porsche seems to stay with double-clutch. What do you think?


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FastestLaps  5m ago

I would have to try the DSG and this latest single clutch myself to form meaningful opinion, but the "double clutch" term has become very powerful marketing term - it basically stands for "best, fastest gearbox possible". I am not sure if it's still a true statement - sometimes manufacturers will cut costs and try to convince you that this will not impact performance in any way. Perhaps the double clutch gearbox was simply too complex and expensive to produce, and Porsche is one of those high dollar brands that can still afford to make them, because they have bigger profit margins overall.

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saxy  5m ago @FastestLaps

Nah, I believe that people are ditching double clutches cuz they simply are too horrendous to live with.


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