The 2025 Audi RS 6 Avant GT: A Limited-Edition Performance Wagon With Retro Flair - IMBOLDN
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Audi RS 6 Avant GT

The 2025 Audi RS 6 Avant GT: A Limited-Edition Performance Wagon With Retro Flair

Its distinctive design is inspired by the Audi 90 Quattro IMSA GTO race car.

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The 2025 Audi RS 6 Avant GT is a limited-edition masterpiece poised to captivate wagon and sports car enthusiasts alike. As Audi bids farewell to the current-generation RS6, they’ve pulled out all the stops with this exclusive model, limited to just 660 units worldwide. Drawing inspiration from the iconic Audi 90 Quattro IMSA GTO race car of the late ’80s and the RS6 GTO concept from 2020, the RS 6 Avant GT is a unique blend of retro styling and cutting-edge performance.

This avant-garde Audi boasts striking exterior features, including carbon-fiber details on its hood, a high-gloss black Singleframe grille, and air intakes that enhance aesthetics and functionality. The RS 6 Avant GT will turn heads with its six-spoke 22-inch wheels, massive rear wing, and distinctive dual exhausts.

Inside the cabin, the sporty theme continues with race-inspired bucket seats, although U.S. buyers will receive the RS 6 Avant performance standard seats with red and copper stitching. The interior exudes sophistication, featuring black with copper accents and red stitching throughout. Each 2025 Audi RS 6 Avant GT comes with a unique serial number on the center console, showcasing its exclusivity.

Under the hood, the RS 6 Avant GT packs a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V-8 engine, delivering a formidable 621 hp and 627 lb-ft of torque. With an eight-speed transmission, Quattro all-wheel drive, and a locking center diff, this wagon accelerates from 0-60 mph in about 3.3 seconds. Audi’s Quattro sport differential ensures agile handling with a rear bias in dynamic mode.

To complement its performance, the 2025 Audi RS6 Avant GT features an adjustable coil-over suspension, stiffer stabilizers, high-performance Continental Sport Contact 7 tires, and ceramic brakes. With only 85 units coming to the U.S., this limited-edition wagon is set to make waves when it hits the market later this year.

Pricing for North America is still pending, but German buyers will have to pay 290,000 euros, or approximately $313,000. The car will be limited to 660 units globally, but only 85 of those will be coming to the U.S., with Europe getting the first few vehicles off the production line.

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