This 1,000-HP Beast Could Be The World's Fastest Audi RS6

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0-62 in 2.7 seconds? Prepare your kidneys.

The Audi RS6 is a formidable beast in any form, including as standard. Just ask Mercedes-AMG E63 S owners. Its combination of a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 with a 48-volt mild-hybrid system produces 591 horsepower and 590 lb-ft of torque. But just like the C7 RS6, the C8 is capable of doubling its power output with minimal modifications. We've seen a couple of 1,000-hp RS6 Avants from MTM, but there's a 1-of-1 build out there that now claims to be the fastest in the world. It's called the PG-VF Edition RS6 1of1, and it was tuned by Pacific German and VF Engineering to produce over 1,000 hp with 750 lb-ft of torque. The result? 0-62 mph in just 2.7 seconds and a top speed of 210 mph,

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In the above video, you can see the AWD system scrabbling for traction as the weight transfers to the rear axle with such force that it almost appears as if the front end is about to take off and pop a wheelie. It's a remarkable thing, but how is this possible? Well, the tuning collaboration saw this RS6 fitted with upgraded turbochargers from The Turbo Engineers. These lead to Akrapovic downpipes and a full Akrapovic titanium exhaust. The car also boasts CSF intercoolers, an Eventuri carbon fiber intake system, and a VF Engineering Stage 3 ECU tune to bring everything together. Bolstering handling is a set of ABT Sportsline anti-roll bars.

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Aesthetically, the RS6 gains some menace from a full Maxton Design body kit complemented by 22-inch Vision Forged VF Bespoke wheels in a brushed bronze finish. The color of the car has been changed too, thanks to a wrap from Protective Film Solutions, while the cabin is lifted slightly by the addition of a Carismo Design carbon fiber steering wheel with integrated shift lights. It's an absolute monster, and we're positive that the owner, Drakce Matovski, is besotted with the final product. As for the cost of the conversion, we have no clue, but with quality modifications from some of the world's finest tuning houses, it certainly wouldn't have been cheap.

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