An impressive Audi RS6 showed up in Monaco with its whole body nicely finished in naked carbon fibre.
GP Supercars took the ballistic Audi wagon and replaced every body panel with clear-coated carbon fibre ones.
Unfortunately we have no info on whether the car has been updated under the bonnet as well, but since factory RS6s are hardly what someone would call a slow car we don’t care that much. As standard, the twin-turbo 4.0-litre V8 provides 560hp and 700Nm (516,3lb ft) of torque, allowing it to accelerate from 0 to 62mph (0-100km/h) in as low as 3.9 seconds. Audi also offers the option of removing the 155mph limiter for a supercar-like 189mph (305km/h) top speed.
And that’s even before we tell you that Audi also offers a faster Performance version, offering 605hp. In a station wagon. We would like to know though how much weight was shed off the car after they finished with it.
The car, which was displayed at this year’s Top Marques, was seen being driven around Monaco, gathering lots of attention from bystanders among other, much more expensive exotic models.
The only thing we would change frankly is the stance of the car, as it currently sits too low for our tastes. What do you think?