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The second-generation RS 6, later called the Audi RS 6 5.0 TFSI quattro
(Typ 4F) was based on the Volkswagen Group C6 automobile platform and was
launched in September 2007 at the Frankfurt Motor Show. With factory
production starting in April 2008, it was available in Europe from the same
date, and began to be exported elsewhere in 2009. The total production run
of the C6 RS 6 was 8,000 units, with 6,500 of these being Avants and the
remainder saloons. The RS 6 was not available in North America, leaving
the Audi S6 as the top performing trim there. (The unpopularity of wagons
made it unlikely that the RS 6 Avant would be imported, and although it had
been rumoured that the RS 6 sedan would be offered in the United
States, nothing came of this as the RS 6 importer could not clear US
regulations). Production of the C6 RS 6 ended in the third quarter of
The RS 6's 5.0L V10 biturbo engine
produced 426 kilowatts (579 PS; 571 bhp) at 6,250 to 6,700 rpm, and 650
newton metres (479 lbf·ft) of torque from 1,500 to 6,250 rpm, 52 kW (71
PS; 70 bhp) and 150 N·m (111 lb·ft) more than BMW's 5.0L V10 engine. As
of January 2010, the RS6 was Audi's single most powerful car ever,
and positioned the car ahead of its closest competitors, the BMW M5 and the
Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG in terms of engine output, both of which have
naturally aspirated engines. However the estimated price of the RS 6 sedan
in 2010 was $160,000 USD (another source quotes $126,000 USD in 2009,
making the RS 6 perhaps too expensive for the United States market)
which set it apart from the performance variants of other executive cars:
the MRSP of BMW M5's was $85,700 USD, of Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG's was
$87,700 USD, and of Audi's own S6 was $78,025 USD.
Official performance figures for the Avant: 4.6 seconds for the 0-100
kilometres per hour (62.1 mph) sprint, 12.7 seconds 0-200 km/h (124.3 mph),
and top speed is electronically limited to 250 km/h (155.3 mph), with a
factory option to de-restrict the top speed to 274 km/h (170.3 mph). In
standard form, CO2 emissions are rated at 333 g/km. The saloon reaches
0-100 km/h (62.1 mph) in 4.5 seconds.
Police vs Audi RS6 Best chase ever HIGHWAY !
Watch part 2 here on my channel
Highway is a car-movie documentary-style, where the point is to make fun of
the police. As in movies like Ghost Rider and Getaway in Stockholm is the
speed well over the legal. A scene in the movie called "Carlitos Swey" one
can clearly see when he runs off eight police cars. This clip got attention
in the newspaper in MY, July 2010.
With both cameras rigged inside the car and under the grill, start crazy
journey from the Globe Arena in Stockholm. The driver runs out of road 73
and at most is he reside at a speed of 280 km / h.
I really think you should by this movie if you like Ghostrider and Getaway
in stockholm movies
BMW M5 E34 VS BMW M3 E36
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The BMW M5 is a high performance version of the BMW 5-Series executive car
built by the Motorsport division of BMW. Beginning production in 1986, the
first incarnation of the M5 was hand-built utilizing the 535i chassis and a
modified BMW M1 engine, being the fastest production sedan in the world at
the time of its introduction. Subsequent iterations of the M5 have been
built from each generation of the 5-Series platform, including the E34,
E39, E60/E61, and most recently, F10, with the first orders delivered in
The E39 M5 had a significant increase in power and was produced in much
greater numbers than the previous generations. Unlike its predecessors,
the M5 was produced on the same assembly line as the regular 5-series
models at the Dingolfing factory in Germany.
Introduced in 1998 at the Geneva Motor Show, production did not begin until
late October of that year. A total of 20,482 E39 M5s were made from 1999 to
2003. BMW M produced three versions of the E39 M5, the European LHD and RHD
versions, and the North American specification version.
The E60 M5 was introduced in 2005, with a V10 engine intended to link the
car with the BMW Sauber Formula One team. The E60 M5 was the world's
first production sedan to feature a V10 petrol engine. As with some of its
predecessors, the E60 variant of the M5 was both the quickest and fastest
4-door sedan in the world at the time of its release.
Other unique M5 features include a wider track, unique body panels, 7-speed
SMG III sequential manual gearbox, also known as a single-clutch automated
manual transmission, a color heads up display [HUD] featuring navigation,
control messages, speed, rpm and gear selection information, automated seat
side bolsters, heated/ventilated seats and power rear curtain. The larger,
flared front guards on either side also featured cooling vents, reminiscent
of the 1970s BMW CSL. The wheels were of a standard 19" diameter with quad
Exhaust pipes to the rear.
The E60 M5 was the most successful M5, despite being on the market for one
year shorter than the E39 M5. During its five-year run, 20,548 units were
built composing of 19,523 saloons and 1,025 wagons. 8,800 were sold in the
U.S., all of the sedan variety. Great Britain and Ireland claimed 1,776
examples, followed by BMW's home market of Germany with 1,647 units, and
1,357 were sold in Japan. Italian enthusiasts claimed 512 units, and 339
examples were sold in Australia
The F10 M5 was released to the public at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show, and
went on sale in November 2011. Compared to the previous M5, BMW's aim
was to create a more sophisticated vehicle." Nonetheless, the F10 M5 is
significantly heavier, has synthetic engine noise played through its audio
system and has a lower top speed compared to the naturally aspirated E60 M5
V10 it replaces. It is important to note that it did hold the title of
world's fastest production sedan upon release as was common with earlier
iterations of the M5.
For the 2014 model year, the BMW M5 Competition Package was made available.
Compared to the standard M5, the Competition Package has the following
changes; horsepower increased 560 to
575 (torque remains flat at 500 lb-ft), and a revised suspension (bushings,
springs, dampers, sway bars) which lowers the car 10 mm. Direct rivals
include the 2014 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG S Model.[