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Audi RS4 Avant (B9) specs

Price in Europe €79,933 - €116,180
Car type Estate/vagon
Curb weight 1715-1827 kg (3781-4028 lbs)
Introduced 2017
Origin country Germany
Gas mileage 18.6-8.4 l/100 km (13-28 mpg US / 15-34 mpg UK)
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Lap times

Acceleration

0 - 40 kph1.1 s
0 - 50 kph1.4 s
0 - 80 kph2.6 s
0 - 100 kph3.6 s
0 - 110 kph4.5 s
0 - 120 kph5.3 s
0 - 130 kph5.8 s
0 - 140 kph7.0 s
0 - 150 kph8.0 s
0 - 160 kph8.6 s
0 - 180 kph10.7 s
0 - 200 kph13.7 s
0 - 220 kph18.0 s
0 - 240 kph22.9 s
Est. 0 - 60 mph3.7 s
Est. 1/8 mile8.5 s @ 99.4 mph
1/4 mile11.9 s
Audi RS4 Avant acceleration graph

General performance

Top speed280 kph (174 mph)
Est. 0 - 100 mph - 016.0 s @ 1362 ft
Est. max acceleration0.80 g (8 m/s²)
18m slalom67.4 kph (41.9 mph)
Emissions260 g/km
Noise @ 80 kph67 dB
Noise @ 100 kph69 dB
Noise @ 130 kph72 dB
Noise @ 160 kph74 dB

Powertrain specs

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)
Power / weight 252 ps (249 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 336 Nm (248 lb-ft) / t
Efficiency 37 PS per l/100 km
Power / €5000 25 ps
Transmission 8 speed automatic
Layout front engine, all wheel drive

Braking distance

100 kph - 035 m (115 ft)
130 kph - 059 m (195 ft)
190 kph - 0128 m (420 ft)
200 kph - 0138 m (451 ft)

Rolling acceleration

60 - 100 kph (4)2.6 s
60 - 100 kph (5)3.4 s
80 - 120 kph (4)2.9 s
80 - 120 kph (5)3.4 s
80 - 120 kph (6)4.7 s
80 - 120 kph (7)6.1 s
80 - 120 kph (8)12.5 s
80 - 160 kph (5)7.9 s
80 - 160 kph (6)10.3 s
80 - 160 kph (7)13.8 s
80 - 120 kph2.4 s
Est. 100 - 200 kph10.9 s
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Hoppelmoppel123  3w ago

Sport Auto (9/2020):
Hockenheim GP: 1:59.9
18 m Slalom: 68.6 kph
100-0 kph: 34.6 m

SportAuto (8/2020):
36 m Slalom: 126 kph


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Hoppelmoppel123  1m ago

Sport Auto (9/2020):
Hockenheim GP: 1:59.9
18 m Slalom: 68.6 kph
100-0 kph: 34.6 m


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Hoppelmoppel123  3m ago

SportAuto (8/2020):
36 m Slalom: 126 kph
200-0 kph: 5.0s
0-200-0 kph: 19.9 s


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Stan the backdoor man  1y ago

Look at Autobilds tests... I can only find the last one for the RS5... but the RS4 and RS5 ran near identical times... circa 11.8 1/4 miles... 0-200 in 13.5ish and 0-100 in 3.5-3.7 seconds -->

https://www.hgp-turbo.de/files/presseberichte/hgp-Audi-RS5-Fahrbericht.pdf


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Stan the backdoor man  1y ago

Lol, you have the B9 1/8th mile slower than the B8s time... even though its notably quicker... The car does the 1/8th mile in under 7 seconds, and the 1/4 mile in 11.8... I am an owner and have got said times on the strip myself.


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Elzrinja  2y ago

RS4 did 1:17.246 at Vairano faster then M4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uGxmnIzBZaQ


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mihaiilea  2y ago

https://youtu.be/v6qfxVsyGzM
Audi RS4 B9
2.00,27
Motorsport Magazine



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PPZ  2y ago

Nordschleife 7:57
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y7YLTdywP_A
Slow


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Inline 6 rules  3y ago

0-130: 5.7 s
0-160: 8.5 s
0-200: 13.6 s
0-250: 25.6 s
1/4 mile: 11.88 s
1000 m: 21.88 s
https://www.flickr.com/photos/dedethecollector/27553217078/in/album-72157667746755678/


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Inline 6 rules  3y ago

0-100: 3.7 s
0-130: 5.8 s
0-160: 8.6 s
0-200: 13.7 s
Top speed: 280 km/h
https://www.flickr.com/photos/dedethecollector/41050518142/


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rhs1992  3y ago

0-100 in 3.6s
0-200 in 13.5s


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FastestLaps  3y 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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Inline 6 rules  3y 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?