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AUDI RS4 - OFFICAL PHOTOS!!!!!!!!!!!

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I like everything but the front bumper..the air vents on the edge dont look right to me. Other than that, it looks gorgeous, and i reckon it'll scare pensioners at 40 paces (wheres pete?) notworthy.gif

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I'm not sure on the styling. Interior looks fantastic. I'm sure the drive would be amazing but I still keep seeing a Rover 75 when I look down the length of the car in the pics above!

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I'll reserve judgement until the Avant is pictured - does look pretty darn hard though laugh.gif

I wonder whether the seats would be a straight swap into the B5? 169144-ok.gif .....and the brakes..... grin.gif

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Ben

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Passed the link around the office to people who own Ferrari's, Golf, BMW, etc, etc so very few Audi lovers. Common feedback is it looks like an MG

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Here is a nive video 15mb of the Launch..the RS4 sounds fairly awesome...Click , Save and view in media player HERE

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According to another site the prices is likely to cost around £50k UKP.

There's information to suggest that the new RS4 gets the new generation quattro system which send more power to the rear wheels during normal driving.

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Audi will put fire in the belly of the A4 compact executive this autumn with the new 414bhp RS4.

Likely to cost from around £50,000, the RS4 uses a 4.2-litre V8 engine to provide 34bhp more than its predecessor and a whopping 68bhp more than its BMW rival, the M3. The RS4 is nearly half a second quicker to 60mph than the M3 with a sprint time of 4.8sec. Top speed is, like the M3’s, restricted to 155mph.

Unlike the previous version, the new RS4 is not turbocharged. Instead it revs to a heady 8250rpm.

Audi’s Quattro four-wheel drive is standard, but it sends more of its power than ever to the rear wheels. This, combined with heavily modified suspension, should make the RS4 the sharpest handling A4 yet built.

The RS4 is 30mm lower than a standard model. It has a wider track both front and rear, a more aggressive front bumper with added air intakes, and extra-large exhausts.

Expect a top level of specification to include electric leather seats, climate control, electric windows, parking sensors and a top-quality sound system.

One button will fire the engine up and another on the steering wheel will select a sportier driving mode with a sharper throttle response. Other buttons on the bucket seats inflate and deflate air-filled bolsters to occupants’ tastes.

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According to another site, the new RS4 is likely to cost around £50k UKP.

Information suggests that the new RS4 gets the new generation quattro system which sends more power to the rear wheels during normal driving.

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A4 gets brutal

Audi will put fire in the belly of the A4 compact executive this autumn with the new 414bhp RS4.

Likely to cost from around £50,000, the RS4 uses a 4.2-litre V8 engine to provide 34bhp more than its predecessor and a whopping 68bhp more than its BMW rival, the M3. The RS4 is nearly half a second quicker to 60mph than the M3 with a sprint time of 4.8sec. Top speed is, like the M3’s, restricted to 155mph.

Unlike the previous version, the new RS4 is not turbocharged. Instead it revs to a heady 8250rpm.

Audi’s Quattro four-wheel drive is standard, but it sends more of its power than ever to the rear wheels. This, combined with heavily modified suspension, should make the RS4 the sharpest handling A4 yet built.

The RS4 is 30mm lower than a standard model. It has a wider track both front and rear, a more aggressive front bumper with added air intakes, and extra-large exhausts.

Expect a top level of specification to include electric leather seats, climate control, electric windows, parking sensors and a top-quality sound system.

One button will fire the engine up and another on the steering wheel will select a sportier driving mode with a sharper throttle response. Other buttons on the bucket seats inflate and deflate air-filled bolsters to occupants’ tastes.

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I am tempted myself after a blast around Castle Coombe in Scotty's S4.

Thing is it would cost me about £150k more than the list price, as I would end up divorced!

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I don't see what your getting at?.........nope still can't see it, you talk as if that was a problem!......bloody onyx county residents, they don't think like us normal people do they?

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looks miles better than the new m5 does, or the new m3 will. well done audi. that is a really cool ride.

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looks miles better than the new m5 does, or the new m3 will. well done audi. that is a really cool ride.

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What does an M5 have to do with it?

The car (M5) is in a completely different league.

The new M3 is still well hidden and even the best of spyshots are probably well shy of the mark.

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What does it have to do with the new M5?

The M5 is in a completely different league to the RS4.

Besides, I think the front of the RS4 is as hideous as all the other new Audi's carrying that grotesque grille.

As for the new M3, whilst the E90 3-series doesn't bode well, the facts are that spyshots released to date are all immensely bad and no one really knows what it will look like. They are keeping it very well hidden indeed.

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