Thursday, July 1, 2010

Archlord - Episode5 - The Battle Ground

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Saturday, November 10, 2007


2008 Audi RS6 Avant

Audi has officially released information on its highly-anticipated RS6 Sedan and Avant, both of which will debut at next week's Frankfurt Motor Show. As expected, both models use a twin-turbocharged direct injection version of the S6's 5.2 liter V10. In RS6 guise, the engine produces 580 horsepower and 480 lb-ft of torque, capable of launching the Avant–which can hold 58.6 cubic feet of cargo–from 0-62 in 4.6. 0-124 mph in the Avant takes just 14.9 seconds, on the way to the car's electronically limited top speed of 155. Both models will be available with optional ceramic disc brakes.

Saturday, July 7, 2007


The new Audi A5 combines a sporty and an unobtrusive design to a powerful, elegant and individual appearance. “A uniquely beautiful car and thus a real challenge for us,” says Hans-J├╝rgen Abt. The managing director of Abt Sportsline raved about the new Coupe from Ingolstadt, but he emphasizes that “our designers and engineers were able to improve the outstanding base model even more”. The character of the noble sportscar still maintains but after getting a special treatment in the Allgaeu it appears more dynamical. The body kit, especially tailor-made for the Abt AS5, is a spectacular package: a front skirt with a grid element which emphasizes the singel-frame grill and the fog lights, the slightly curved, laterally
mounted body parts and the sleek gill-shaped air-inlets, as well as the well-proportioned rear.
With the unobtrusive but striking rear spoiler and the rear skirt inset in diffuser optics, the design of the Abt AS5 is
gracefully rounded off. The 4-pipe rear muffler is perfectly fitting and additionally recontoures the rear view.
Needless to say that the car sounds as a real Abt car should.
Even when standing still, the Abt AS5 is a sensual car, which eagerly wants to be driven. And when it is allowed to go on the road, it shows how much sports spirit it has. First of all, the 3.0 TDI engine gets a significant “power treatment”. The extremely powerful, self-igniting engine perfectly fits to the A5 and, in addition, offers moderate consumption values. By means of improved motor management, Abt turns the serial 240 hp (176 kW) into powerful 272 hp (200 kW). With an extra Abt turbo charger, the power even increases to 300 well feeded horses. Diesel and sportiness belong together since long. Certainly, Abt
Sportsline will successively modify later developed A5 engines.
To ensure a perfect handling of the noble power package, Abt also makes use of its adjustable sports suspension, besides the serial Quattro engine. All the more, the Abt AS5 will be brought to a standstill by means of the Abt brake system with a disc diameter of 380 millimeters.