Car tuner team from Africa turns Audi RS6 into masterpiece
Tuners are tuners everywhere, and Africa is no exception. SAR-based car design atelier Race! has unveiled an unusual and most profound take on the Audi RS6 racing vehicle.
This is not the first metamorphosis the RS6 has experienced. One of these was sent to a design atelier some time ago by famous skier and pro driver John Olsson, who wanted a DTM-themed restyling job. This time around, tuners from South Africa presented their own version of the car – and it goes far to underline its individuality.
The designers have picked an extremely appealing color scheme for the car body: grey with vivid cyan accents. They replaced the stock wheels with ADV.1 21” ones concealing stylish cyan brake supports.
The car received a brand-new aerodynamic body kit made completely out of carbon. It includes side skirts, a massive rear diffusor, rear door and roof–mounted spoilers, a huge front splitter, and special aerodynamic flaps on the rear panels, the doors and the splitter.
Other improvements included new shock absorbers, new AWE Tuning injection system, new exhaust, and an originally styled carbon hood cover with a window which allows you to see the four-liter, twin-turbo V8 engine toiling inside.
Race! gave no comment on the cost of the upgrade.
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