APS Sportec Fires up the Mighty Audi RS 6

APS of Brackley, UK importer for the Swiss Sportec range of prestigious vehicle enhancements, is delighted to announce the launch of a new performance upgrade program for the 5.0-litre, twin-turbocharged, direct injection, V10 Audi RS 6.

From the factory, the 4F model of the Audi RS 6 produces a mighty 572bhp and 649Nm of torque. Impressive as this may sound, Sportec’s qualified technicians have identified performance enhancement opportunities on the RS6, which has translated into two new upgrade packages now available from APS.

APS Sportec Audi RS6 Stage Two conversion
Anticipated to be the more popular of the upgrades, the APS Sportec Stage Two conversion consists of an ECU remap, complete with performance optimisation of fuelling, ignition and boost parameters, in parallel with the fitment of emissions compliant sports catalysts.

Post conversion this increases the RS 6’s outputs to a fearsome 700bhp at 6200rpm, allied to 800Nm between 3000-6200rpm.

In practice this translates to a stunning 0-100km/h time of 4.2 seconds, combined with a limited top speed of over 300km/h – where conditions allow.

Suitable for both sedan and Avant estate versions of the Audi RS 6 4F, the Sportec Stage Two upgrade is available at £6500 Including fitting and VAT @ 17.5%.

APS Sportec Audi RS6 Stage One conversion
For those with milder tastes, APS is also pleased to offer the Sportec Stage One upgrade for the Audi RS6 sedan and Avant estate variants.

An ECU only upgrade, this conversion increases the Audi’s power to 650bhp at 6300rpm, coupled to 740Nm between 2500-4000rpm.

On the road this enables the APS Sportec converted RS6 to reach 100km/h in 4.4 seconds. Top speed is limited to the same 304km/h as the Stage Two conversion, where allowed.

The Sportec Stage One upgrade is available at £2800 Fitted including VAT @ 17.5%.

For more details, visit: www.autops.co.uk

A full range of Sportec Audi RS6 enhancements, including alloy wheels, braking and suspension packages, will be launched by APS of Brackley over the coming months.

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