Audi are set to launch four new S models in May. These will include the Audi S6, Audi S6 Avant, Audi S7 Sportback and the Audi S8. As all of them contain Audi’s prestigious S badge, they will be performance type of vehicles.
Same applies to all
The same twin turbo V8 engine will be under bonnet of all models. Power outputs will obviously differ with the maximum being 513 BHP. All models will have cylinder deactivation technology, a wonderful addition to all. This means fuel and energy will be saved as cylinders will be shut down whenever they are not required.
Prices from top to bottom will range from £53,995 to £77,900. Deliveries are able to taken from May. First arrivals of the car will be in July.
The Audi S6
The Audi S6 along with the Audi S6 Avant will contain a 4.0 litre engine capable of producing 414 BHP. In 4.6 seconds the S6 is able to hit 0 – 60 MPH. The Audi Avant is able to reach 0 – 60 MPH in only 4.7 seconds. The top speed will have a speed limit of 155 MPH. The new engine helps fuel economy and carbon emissions a great deal. The special quick shift gearbox allows the transfer of power towards the four wheel drive system. This utilises a sport differential in order to achieve this. Both will be very noticeable sitting on stylish 19 inch alloy wheels.
The Audi S7 Sportback
The Audi S7 Sportback will contain a 4.0 litre TFSI engine. The car will be able to hit 0 – 62 MPH in just 4.7 seconds. The car’s speed will once again be limited to 155 MPH. For such a powerful car it achieves a very respectable 29.4 MPG. The S tronic transmission allows the car to deliver a great deal of power. The vehicle adopts an all wheel drive format which uses a sport differential. There also be on Audi’s drive select dynamics system along with adaptive air suspension technology.
The Audi S8
The Audi S8 will contain a 4.0 litre capable of hitting a maximum of 513 BHP. The car is able to elevate from 0 – 62 MPH in 4.2 seconds. The car’s top speed will be limited to 155 MPH. Again there is an impressive fuel economy rating of 28 MPG with emissions hitting a respectable 235g/km. Power and economy ratings are greatly increased from the previous version.