ABT Sportsline Has Its Way With the A6 allroad

[gallery link="none" columns="1" size="full" ids="48687"] words: Bill, photos: ABT America While we've been waiting for the RS 6 Avant to hit our shores, the A6 allroad crossed over our border months ago. For those who long for the super Avant but sadly can't afford one, the C8 allroad is a pretty darn good Avant and now ABT Sportsline has made it a damn good one. Everyone is looking for power and the ABT Engine Control will increase the 3.0T V6 from 335hp and 360 lb-ft up to 419hp and 405 lb-ft...

New RS 7 Sportback Boasts 700 hp And 880 Nm From ABT

[gallery link="none" columns="1" size="full" ids="43146"] source: ABT Sportsline Ten years since the production launch of the first Audi A7, the new RS 7 Sportback culminates the series with an unprecedented performance boost. The developers have coaxed 600 hp (441 kW) and 800 Nm from the 4.0-litre V8 turbo petrol engine – that’s 40 hp (29 kW) more than its predecessor. ABT Sportsline however, saw considerably greater potential within the coupé-like silhouette with high-tech suspension. The...

Number 55 extra-strong: ABT Audi A7 3.0 TFSI with 425 HP and 22 inch wheels

ABT Sportsline offers pure magic in numbers for the new Audi A7 (C8): On the production model, the designation "55" indicates the 3-liter six-cylinder TFSI with 340 HP (250 kW). But with the ABT Engine Control (AEC) unit developed in-house, the Bavarian tuner now draws a commanding 425 HP (313 kW) from the internal combustion engine. Which is a solid increase of 25 per cent. That this also produces a torque increase of 10 per cent is another positive side effect: The maximum is now 550 Nm...

The Next Level of Performance – The New ABT RS 4 with 510 HP and 680 NM

source: ABT  19 years ago, the first Audi RS 4 appeared on the scene and caused quite a stir with its 381 HP (280 kW)! The 4th generation of the sports station wagon is now available, with an impressive 450 HP (331 kW). The difference between the current production model and the new ABT version of the RS 4 is equally great: 510 HP (375 kW) and 680 Nm instead of 600 Nm should be more than enough even for the next generation of the fun, lightning-fast car. Speaking of torque: compa...