2017 Audi S6 is the high-performance variant of the Audi A6, a steering car produced by the German car manufacturer Audi. Audi S6 was sold in 1994, shortly after the branding “A6” is introduced, replacing the 100-letter plate. The original S6 (Ur-S6) was roughly the same car as the original Audi S4, original (C4) (Ur-S4), the only visible differences in terms of new look and badging. In some markets where RS6 even higher performance is not sold also on the A6 is based, is the finish A6 S6 strong.
2017 S6, like all Audi “S” models, are equipped as standard with Quattro Audi Vierwielaandrywingstelsel (4WD), the S6 using the Torsen 4WD permanent to limited. The body panels were mainly based on the Audi A6 4.2, with slightly mottled wheel arches and aluminum doors, hood, and wings. Other features include S6 badging, enhanced seats (optional Recaro seats).
2017 Audi S6 Features
Audi S6 2017 model is equipped with two rows of five distinctive LED on either side of the side indicating as a differentiation point from other A6 models. Bi-xenon high-intensity discharge adaptive headlights (HID) that rotate around the corners fill the LED. The vehicle was available with a six-speed manual transmission (five-speed only in North America) and dynamic limited Torsen T-1 Quattro permanent Audi Vierwielaandrywingstelsel.
Audi has a 4.2 liter V8 engine made (part code prefix: 077, identification code: AEC) with Bosch KE-Gas Motronic ECU available as an option in S4S of European origin, and decided to do so with The S6 make a 213 kW (290 PS, 286 hp) version of the 4.2 available as an option on the 2.2-liter inline upgrade to a five-cylinder turbocharged. Unlike the five-cylinder turbocharged version, the S6 with the V8 engine was standard with a four-speed automatic transmission, but the all-wheel-drive Quattro. A six-speed manual transmission is also available as an option.
2017 Audi S6 Engine
The engine of the 2017 S6 is an aluminum alloy also refractory aluminum 5,204 cubic centimeters (317.6 cu in). FSI 40 valves (four valves per cylinder) 90 ° V10 (part code: 07L, identification code: BXA). Compared to the related 5.0-liter V10 found in the Gallardo Lamborghini, the Audi variant a longer and wider stroke than the bore increases engine displacement so it delivers more torque at low rpm and thus more Adapted to enlarge and heavier S6.
2017 Audi S6 engine can produce 320 kilowatts (435 PS, 429 hp) at 6,800 revolutions per minute and 540 Nm (398 lb.ft) of torque between 3,000 and 4,000 revolutions per minute. It utilizes double dual overhead cams driven by the chain with variable valve timing for the intake and exhaust valves. The engine is powered by a Bosch Motronic MED 9.1 ECU (ECU), which lists direct ignition control, common rail-cylinder direct injection of multi-point sequential fuel. The same engine used in the latest Audi S8 D3, but in a higher state, can produce 331 kilowatts (450 PS, 444 hp).