The AWD system makes sure all ponies have enough traction, and so the owner can also make sure he or she doesn’t miss any business appointment or kid practice via the zero to 100 kph (62 mph) sprint of just 3.6 seconds and 155 mph (250 kph) limited top speed.
We specifically discussed the assets of this Audi Sport family member because the pixel master behind the “carlifestyle” social media account seems to have taken a keen interest in the RS6. He decided to imagine a hypothetical what-if scenario where the Ingolstadt-based family hauler got involved with the Lamborghini Huracan Evo for a face-swap affair.
It’s not the first time we see the RS6 suffer CGI abuse, but this time around, we feel the mix is appropriately intertwined with the appearance of an Italian supercar thoroughbred. As such, there’s just one possible question popping out from the back of our heads, where the automotive imagination land cabinet has been steadily growing: does it also use the 5.2-liter naturally aspirated V10 mill instead of the RS6’s 4.0 liter turbo motor?
After all, wouldn’t it be nice for this digital artist’s conversion to go all out with a twin-engine setup—the V8 up front and the V10 somewhere in the cargo area?