This Purple Audi RS7 Is More Powerful Than The Original Bugatti Veyron And LaFerrari

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  1. Calliers

    Calliers Administrator/Editor Staff Member

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    The tuning minds over at Wheelsandmore have introduced a plethora of upgrade packages for the Audi RS7 that lift the sedan’s performance to new heights.

    As you probably already know, the RS7 is powered by a 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine. It is an almighty powertrain that combines a 48-volt mild-hybrid system and produces 591 hp and 590 lb-ft (800 Nm) of torque. Not satisfied with those figures, the aftermarket firm is offering six different packages for the car.

    The first upgrade is known as the Stage 1 upgrade that increases grunt up to 700 hp while also removing the speed limiter. It costs €2,856 (equal to US$3,313 at today’s exchange rates) including installation and is followed by the Stage 1+ package that tunes the engine further so it now delivers 740 hp. Customers can expect to pay €3,781 ($4,387) for the extra horsepower.

    Next is the Stage 2 kit that boosts power to 780 hp thanks to some engine tuning and the installation of a new sports air filter. It costs €6,639 ($7,703). The modifications then ramp up with the available Stage 3 kit to also include a modified transmission, modified exhaust with new catalytic converters, and a modified intake system with a larger air filter box, sports air filter, enlarged intake manifold, and enlarged hoses. It churns out 840 hp and is priced from €10,924 ($12,675) plus €836 ($970) installation.

    If that isn’t enough, Wheelsandmore also offers a Stage 4 kit with 915 hp and a Stage 5 kit delivering 1,045 hp on race fuel or 980 hp on regular gas. As a reminder, the LaFerrari has a combined output of 950 hp while the original, but still impressive Bugatti Veyron, 987 hp.


    Source: carscoops

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