P The first RS model – Audi RS2 – was launched for 25 years. Today, Audi Sports GmbH (before Quattro GmbH) launched just 25 Rs models.
Audi RS2 Avant (315HP) opens the first chapter in RS model with its 5-cylinder engine. With this model, the company creates the segment of sports wagons. Quattro's performance and the differential center of self-locking center, proven in motor racing and rallying, make it possible to move the high dynamics of the family car segment.
In 1999, the Audi RS4 Avant (based on the S4) appeared. Under its front cover is a 2.7 liter V6 with 5 cylinder valves and two turbines. Engineers work with Cosworth technology to create new cylinder heads, intake and exhaust manifolds. The turbines are bigger and the pressure increases compared to S4 to reach 380 hp. Compared to 265.
The second generation of the RS4 comes in 2005. Many new innovations are introduced from Motor Sport, but the most remarkable is the V8 420 hp engine. The first time the manufacturer is relying on the combination of direct injection of gasoline and a high-speed concept, rising to 8250 rpm. The engine was used in 2007 in the first generation of Audi R8.
In 2008, the RS 6 Avant appeared, relying on a complete new V10 FSI engine with two turbines and a mandatory quattro drive. With its 580 hp. And 650 nm, the RS 6 Avant has become the Audi's most powerful production model ever.
In 2011, the RS 3 Sportback with 340 HP appeared, bringing the brand into the segment of compact models. In 2013, RS Q3 opens a new niche, a beautiful first compact sports SUV. It is powered by a transversely mounted 2.5-liter 5-cylinder engine used in TT RS and RS 3. In 2016, the power of the engine in the model reaches 367 hp.
Currently the Audi RS RS is available in seven models: Audi TT RS Coupe and Roadster, Audi RS 3 Sportback and Sedan, Audi RS 4 Avant, Audi RS 5 Coupe, Audi RS 5 Sportback.
Here are all RS models in chronological order:
Audi RS2 Avant (1994): 2.2-liter, 5-cylinder turbo engine (326 hp)
Audi RS4 Avant (2000): 2.7-liter V6 Biturbo (380HP)
Audi RS 6 Sedan and RS 6 Avant (2002): 4.2-liter V8 biturbo (450 hp); From 2004 – RS 6 plus (480 HP), a limited edition of 999 units
Audi Rs. 4 Sedan (2005), Rs 4 Avant (2006), Rs 4 Cabriolets (2006): 4.2-liter V8 (420 HP)
Audi RS 6 Sedan and RS 6 Avant (2008): 5.0-liter V10 BURBITB (580 HP); 2010 – RS 6 plus with Max. Speed 303 km / h
Audi TT RS Coupe and TT RS Roadster (2009): 2.5-liter, 5-cylinder engine, (340 HP); From 2012 – Plus Plus 360 HP.
Audi RS 5 Coupé (2010) and RS 5 Convertible (2012): 4.2-liter V8 (450 HP)
Audi RS 3 Sportback (2011): 2.5-liter, 5-cylinder engine (340 hp)
Audi RS4 Avant (2012): 4.2-liter V8 (450HP)
Audi RS Q3 (2013): 2.5-liter, 5-cylinder engine (310 hp); From 2014 – 340 hp; From 2016 to 367 hp.
Audi RS6 Avant (2013): 4.0-liter V8 biturbo (560 hp); From 2015 – 605 hp
Audi RS7 SportBack (2013): 4.0-liter V8 BURBETBO (560 HP); From 2015 – 605 hp
Audi RS3 Sportback (2015): 2.5-liter, 5-cylinder engine (367hp)
Audi TT RS Coupe and TT RS Roadster (2016): 2.5-liter, 5-cylinder engine (400 hp)
Audrey RS 3 Sedan (2017): 2.5-liter, 5-cylinder engine (400 hp)
Audi RS 5 Coupé (2017): 2.9-liter V6 Bitburbo 450 HP)
Audi RS4 Avant (2017): 2.9-Liter V6 Biturbo (450HP)
Audi RS5 Sportback (2018): 2.9-liter V6 Bitburbo (450HP)
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