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Audi S6 1994 - 1997Audi S6 1994 - 1997Audi S6 1994 - 1997Audi S6 1994 - 1997Audi S6 1994 - 1997
It is one of the first cars in the S-Series to feature a powerful 5-cylinder turbo engine. The Audi S6 is a luxury sports car built on the base of the Audi A6 (immediately after changing its name from the Audi 100 to the Audi A6) in a station wagon or sedan body. The S6 is largely the same Audi S4 model only with the larger A6 body. The car had a quattro permanent all-wheel drive system as standard, a 2.2 L turbo 5-cylinder engine with 230 hp (169 kW) / 5900 rpm and 326 Nm / 1950 rpm of torque. The powerful engine gave surprisingly good acceleration - up to 100 km / h in 6.1 seconds, top speed 235 km / h. Great data for a large family car. After reprogramming the computer, the car easily reaches ~ 280 hp. Another engine version was available in Europe, the 4.2 L V8 with 213 kW (290 hp) and a standard automatic transmission. The S6 had disc brakes at the front and rear, measuring 276.9 mm in diameter at the front and 269.2 mm at the rear, and ABS was standard.
In the beginning, this model was called the S4, but was later renamed the S6, and the name S4 was later used for the sportier A4 version.
 
The S4 version of this generation with a 4.2-liter V8 engine with 213 kW (290 hp) was also produced.
 
An even more powerful, extremely rare version of the Audi S6 PLUS (only 952 units in total) was produced, with a 4.2-liter V8, 32-valve engine with 240 kW (326 hp). This car accelerates to 100 km / h in 5.6 seconds and can match cars such as the Porsche 944 turbo.

Audi S6 1994 - 1997Audi S6 1994 - 1997Audi S6 1994 - 1997Audi S6 1994 - 1997Audi S6 1994 - 1997
Audi car timeline
Type 1990 s2000 s2010 s2020 s
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  Subcompact   A1A1
   S1
  Compact  A3A3A3A3
 S3 S3S3
   RS 3 RS 3
  Mid-size B4A4A4A4A4A4
90    
S2 S4S4S4S4S4
 RS 2 RS 4 RS 4  RS 4 RS 4
  S5S5
   A6
  Large 100A6A6A6A6  
 S6 S6S6S6S6
  RS 6 RS 6 RS 6RS 6
  Executive  A8A8A8A8
 S8 S8 S8 S8
  Coupe CoupeCoupe  A5A5
 TTTTTT
  TTSTTS
  TT RS TT RS
  RS 5 RS 5
  Four door coupe   A5 SportbackA5 Sportback
  A7A7
   S7S7
   RS 7RS 7
  Convertible  Cabriolet  CabrioletCabriolet   
  Mini crossover    Q3Q3
   RS Q3 RS Q3
   Q2
  Crossover  AllroadA6 allroad quattroA6 allroad quattro 
  A4 allroadA4 allroad quattro
   E-tron
   A6 allroad quattro
  Large crossover    Q8
   SQ8
   RS Q8
  Mid-size SUV   Q5Q5
   SQ5SQ5
  Large SUV   Q7Q7
   SQ7
  Mini MPV  A2   
  Sports car   R8R8
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