this is how it looks X-Tomi to the future Audi RS Q5
The new generation Audi Q5 has been presented a few days ago during the celebration of the Paris Salon 2016. The appointment of parisian have the doors open to the large public until the middle of the month so you still have the possibility to see close to the new SUV of the four rings. While the variants with conventional just to be exposed to us, we look forward to offering you a recreation of the future alternative, more radical, the Audi RS Q5.
digital artist X-Tomi known for their recreations of cars, offers us a realistic image of how you would see the new SUV German radicalized serial by the manufacturer itself. As you already know Audi wants to expand its range RS through models such as the Q5 or the Q7, if there will be a RS Q7 also. This is given by the good results that it is giving the Audi RS Q3 since the beginning of its commercialization, the acceptance is almost blind on the market to all types of SUV vehicles and the launch of versions of high-performance of their SUV offered by its two major rivals BMW and Mercedes.
More aggressive, all-wheel drive and 450 HP
To tell the truth, its exterior design is not surprising because Audi has always been characterized by employing a design continuity that evolves along to each generation, and the same can be said of the variants RS. This RS Q5 keeps similarity with the RS Q3 in its aesthetics, and is as well as what they can expect their customers also.
The new Audi Q5 was unveiled last week at the beginning of the Paris Salon 2016
New bumper huge air intakes, anagram RS in the main grille Singleframe and Quattro on the lower, suspension lowered, tires of larger dimensions with tires of a lower profile and, although one can not see, a behind with a diffuser over end and dual out exhaust oval. Its interior is characterized by insertions, exclusive, details, RS and sport seats with head restraints integrated.
Of their mechanics we have already spoken before. The Audi RS Q5 will share propellant with the new generation of the Audi RS4 and RS5. This means that the V8 engine of 4.2 litres to give way to a motor with a more modern, a block 3.0-liter V6 TFSI biturbo that will provide increased power, reduce consumption considerably and will help to contain the weight of the vehicle for greater agility. Already the new-generation Q5 is up to 90 kg lighter than the previous.
The new six-cylinder of the Audi RS Q5 has been developed in conjunction with Porsche and will produce 450 CV of power accompanied inseparably from the all-wheel drive Quattro and change of double clutch S Tronic.