Audi RS4


Fact is, the RS4 sedan is only going away until after Audi introduces an all-new A4, on which it’s based. The new A4 launches this fall and will be sold alongside remaining RS4s (based off the current A4 platform). The RS4 cabrio gives Audi a chance to extend “buildout” of the high-performance car-use of remaining component stock-after the base A4 model has changed.

Only 300 or so RS4 cabrios are destined for the United States, arriving this fall ($89,675). The salient goodies include the 420-horse/317-pound-foot 4.2-liter FSI V-8, six-speed manual, quattro AWD with asymmetrical dynamic torque split, 255/35-19 performance tires on RS-style wheels, and tuned sport suspension with Dynamic Ride Control, 14.4-inch front and 12.8-inch rear brake rotors. The RS4 sedans get new features for the end of its run in 2008, including a $750 Titanium option package.

Now for more good news: Audi wants 450 horsepower for the next RS4, despite tightened European CO2 standards. That challenges BMW, which worked to get 420 horses out of its new M3 V-8, up from an expected 400. Mercedes-Benz is in this game too, with its C63 AMG. The next RS4 will bow at least a year after the new A4-or fall of 2008 at the earliest.

Scribbled on November 15th 2006 in
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