Audi RS6 Gets Breakfast on the Nurburgring


The Audi RS6 has been spotted in full camouflage on the Nurburgring.

Audi brought their prototype RS6 Avant to the Nurburgring in the wee hours of the morning in an attempt to test the new model with a few quick laps before all the usual spy photographers arrive. Luckily for us and unlucky for them, our insomnia-stricken spy photogs heard the RS6's roar in the distance and positioned themselves to snap a few stills for us. The Audi RS6 was dressed in full camouflage and should run on the S6 and S8's 4.0-liter TFSI twin-turbocharged V8.

The powerful plant should produce well over 500hp.The new Audi will utilize a wider track and bigger brakes, giving the RS6 a real sporty and muscular feel. Check out the Audi RS6 Avant on the 'Ring in the photos below.

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