Audi RS4 1999 posters

Audi RS4

Audi introduced the first generation RS4 in 2000, designed to replace the legendary Porsche developed/RS2. Unlike its predecessor, the RS4 was exclusively offered as an Estate/Avant (station wagon) and based on the existing "B5" generation A4/S4. This incredible car was not available for purchase in the United States of America, but could be found in most of Europe and certain Latin American countries such as Mexico and Brazil. Featuring a modified version of the B5 S4's 2.7 L, twin-turbocharged V6 engine engineered by Cosworth Technology, the RS4 was boosted to produce 380 PS (280 kW/375 hp) and 440 Nm (325 ft·lbf) of torque. Its power output was massively improved from the 265 PS (195 kW/261 hp) and 350 Nm (257 ft·lbf) of the S4 and was complemented by a six-speed manual transmission and Quattro all wheel drive system. Despite its 1620 kg (3568 lb) weight, its impressive engine capabilities enabled it to achieve performance comparable to a sports car; reaching 0-62 mph in only 4.7 seconds and 100 mph in 11.6. Furthermore, its brakes, developed in-house by Audi/Cosworth Technologies, had 360 mm (14.2 inches) rotors at the front and 312 mm (12.2 inches) at the rear, allowing for it to come to a full stop in less than 50 m (155 ft) from a speed of 110 km/h (69 mph). RS4 production ended in 2001, though the last units sold were registered as 2002 models.

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