We hope you like pink accents.
With its 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 pumping out 592 horsepower and 590 lb-ft of torque, the 2021 Audi RS6 Avant is already one of the most powerful wagons on the market. This setup enables the RS6 to hit 62 mph in an impressive 3.6 seconds.
If that's still somehow not enough power for you, renowned tuner ABT Sportsline has already cranked up the RS6 Avant's twin-turbo V8 up to 740 hp and 678 lb-ft of torque in the limited-edition Audi RS6-R. With ABT's modifications, the 0-62 mph sprint drops to a supercar-rivaling 3.2 seconds.
Only 125 of these custom performance wagons are being produced, so they won't be a common sight on the road. Despite this, one owner wanted their RS6-R to stand out from the crowd so they took a trip to body shop.
As standard, the RS6-R is fitted with an aggressive appearance package that adds a redesigned front bumper with a carbon fiber splitter, a modified grille, rear diffuser, side skirts, fender attachments, and a roof spoiler. It also rides on 22-inch ABT High-Performance HR wheels and features ABT coilover suspension springs and anti-roll bars. Captured on video, this Audi RS6-R was given a funky makeover by Switzerland-based body shop Sahli & Frei AG.
Eye-catching pink accents now adorn the exterior in contrast to the black body. "RS-R" and "740 PS" stickers applied to the exterior also to make it obvious to onlookers this isn't a stock Audi RS6 Avant. Consistency doesn't appear to have been a priority to the owner, as ABT's distinctive aero wheels have only been fitted to the right side of the car. Strangely, only one of the wheels is finished in pink. No pink accents have been applied to the interior to match the exterior either.
Sahli & Frei AG hasn't said how much the appearance package costs, but the Audi RS6-R already starts at 70,000 euros (around $75,000), plus the cost of the RS6 Avant, which starts at $109,000.