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Audi R8 Spyder against Audi RS6 Avant, who is faster in a straight line?

Audi R8 Spyder contra Audi RS6 Avant

Today we are going to see a duel of which not is see all them days. Audi R8 Spyder against Audi RS6 Avant. Two of them vehicles more powerful of the brand of the four rings face in a career of acceleration. On the role probably they have nothing to do, since the first is everything a sports with central engine and the second is a family with a set-up very sporty. We will see in the video if they are rivals or not.

But before we are going to compare their mechanical. The R8 Spyder is a engine V10 5.2 litre linked to the automatic transmission S tronic, with dual-clutch seven-speed. It develops 540 HP and 540 Nm of torque. The RS6 Avant carries low the capo the motor V8 biturbo of 4.0 litres linked to a box automatic tiptronic of eight speeds. This version Performance achieves an output of 605 HP and 700 Nm of torque. Both have all-wheel drive quattro.

First we thought that the Audi RS6 Avant has advantaged by its greater power. However, the family also weighs considerably more than the convertible, with 2,025 kg of the first front of 1795 kg in the second. It is therefore expected that the result is fairly even, as they are its acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h. 3.6 seconds it takes the R8 Spyder and 3.7 seconds for the RS6 Avant. Touch pass to the action.

In acceleration early career are closely matched both vehicles. We must thank the timed times that give us the clue, since at first sight it is impossible to know who will be the first. They arrive at 161 kph (100 mph) with a two-tenths difference in favour of the family. The race ends winning it the Audi RS6 Avant, as gets go the kilometer in 21.1 seconds. The R8 Spyder makes it in 21.5 seconds being very tight until the end.

Source – Autoexpress

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