Prior Design has prepared a wide body kit for the A6/RS6 Avant which can be matched with some extra power.
The current Audi A6 (C7) was launched more than five years ago, but tuners are still finding ways to spice up the midsize premium model from Ingolstadt. Prior Design is one of the many aftermarket specialists that have come up with a wide body conversion for the more practical Avant. It’s available for both the regular A6 Avant and the much more appealing RS6 Avant, providing the two with a substantially more aggressive appearance.
Prior basically modified the entire skin, redesigning the front and rear bumpers, installing beefier side skirts, extending the wheel arches, and adding a more prominent roof-mounted spoiler. In addition, the diffuser sticks out more than before and there is also a trunk spoiler to round off the rear modifications. Once the kit is installed, the Audi A6/RS6 Avant becomes three inches (eight centimeters) wider at the front and 4 inches (10 cm) at the back.
This particular car has received a set of 21-inch Vossen VPS-310 alloy wheels featuring a ten-spoke design and a matte finish which matches the body. The new shoes are complemented by a suspension lowering module from KW to boost the wagon’s visual appeal even further.
Prior Design also has a couple of power packages available, one for the 3.0 TDI engine and the other for the mighty 4.0-liter TFSI V8 inside the range-topping RS6. Once the tuner works its magic, the turbodiesel six-cylinder engine can deliver an additional 98 horsepower (72 kilowatts) and 116 pound-feet (157 newton meters) for a grand total of 411 hp (302 kW) and a torquetastic 596 lb-ft (807 Nm). If you have the RS6, there’s an extra 110 hp (82 kW) and 96 lb-ft (130 Nm) waiting to be unlocked to enable the V8 push out a massive 670 hp (493 kW) and 613 lb-ft (830 Nm).
If you prefer stock, the most hardcore iteration of the RS6 Avant is the performance version launched towards the end of last year with more power and a slightly modified body.
Source: Prior Design