Audi has made a wagon to lust after, even more than we drooled over the spectacular Audi RS6 Avant. It's based on the magnificent Audi RS 6 GTO concept, and it's called the Audi RS 6 Avant GT. This sexy racer of an estate (aka, station wagon here in America) is an extremely limited-production car of which only 660 will be made globally. We will get a scant 85 of them here (no doubt already spoken for). Money might not be enough. Power and influence probably come into play in order for you to get your hands on one.
The RS 6 GT was inspired by the original Audi 90 quattro IMSA GTO race car. The speical graphics and paint are comprised of Arkona White with the Audi Sport heritage decal package that make the rapid wagon look race-ready. If you don't like the colorway, too bad. Every single one of the 660 made will look exactly like this. We quite like it.
In terms of power, there are no upgrades from the current RS6 Performance with 621 horsepower (yes, that's more than enough). The body, however, does get redesigned along with ample amounts of lightweight carbon fiber parts in the hood, fenders, bumpers, and more. The RS 6 GT also gets a special roof edge spoiler unique to the model.
The RS 6 GT also gets its very own 22-inch 5-spoke wheels clad in Avus white. Behind those huge wheels are ceramic brakes and a manually adjustable coil-over suspension. The car can be lowered 10mm more than the current RS 6 Performance. We're not sure if that equates to better cornering and/or a higher top speed. Audi has not specified.
The interior gets the already awesome carbon fiber-backed Performance seats with red/copper stitching. There's also a panoramic sunroof. which is odd to us because it adds weight and raises the car's center of gravity. There's red stitching, red seat belts, and red trim and stitching everywhere.
Don't go looking for the car in showrooms because it's definitely a special order type of deal, and as we said before, they're probably all sold out. Expect the price to be quite a bit more than the already significant $125,800 for the RS 6 Performance (which you can still buy).