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This 1,000-horsepower “beast” could be the world’s fastest Audi RS6 C8

Thanks to high-end equipment, this Audi RS6 C8 claims to be able to accelerate from 0-100 km / h in just 2.7 seconds.

The Audi RS6 is a beast of speed in every trim, including the base one. The combination of a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine with a 48-volt mild-hybrid system helps to produce 591 horsepower and 800 Nm of peak torque.

But unlike the RS6 C7 model, the C8 generation can double the capacity with just a few minimal tweaks. The proof is the unique RS6, claiming to be the fastest in the world. It’s called the PG-VF Edition RS6 1of1, and it’s a car that’s been tuned by Pacific German and VF Engineering to produce over 1,000 hp and 1,017 Nm of torque. Result? It can accelerate from 0-100 km / h in just 2.7 seconds and reach a top speed of 338 km / h.

In the video above, you can see the AWD system trying to find traction as the weight moves to the rear axle with such force that it’s almost about to knock the car over. The reason is because two tuning companies have made this RS6 equipped with upgraded turbochargers from The Turbo Engineers. This also resulted in a matching titanium Akrapovic exhaust system.

Aside from that, the car also gets a CSF cooler, an Eventuri carbon fiber intake system, and a VF Engineering Stage 3 ECU tuner to tie everything together. In addition, it also has an ABT Sportsline anti-roll frame for enhanced handling.

Aesthetically, the PG-VF Edition RS6 1of1 looks more aggressive than the standard car thanks to the Maxton Design body kit, plus 22-inch Vision Forged VF Bespoke wheels painted in bronze. The car’s color scheme has also been changed thanks to a cover from Protective Film Solutions, while the cabin is slightly upgraded with the addition of a Carismo Design carbon fiber steering wheel with integrated gearshift lights.
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The Audi RS6 is a monster, and the owner is very pleased with the final product. Unfortunately, we don’t know exactly how much it costs, but getting the fastest RS6 in the world is certainly not cheap.

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