Breaking: This is the 2013 Audi RS4 Avant

The internet is lit up today with leaked images from the European press. The images were supposed to be under embargo but as you can see here the images have become more readily available. The 2013 Audi RS4 Avant will come boasting an expected 450HP from the refined 4.2 FSI V8 engine. The official launch will happen in a few weeks at the Geneva Motor Show, and QuattroWorld will be there to bring you live coverage!


7 Responses to “Breaking: This is the 2013 Audi RS4 Avant”

  1. 1 Aaroneous

    Pretty. Needs more wide body and forced induction.

  2. 2 Tory B

    Why post it, Audi/AOA has their head so far up their pooper on the avant front.

    We want it, bring it. Acura, Cadillac, brought an avant/wagon to market, no market Audi tries to say, BS!!

    B8 S4 avant please

  3. 3 Torque Is Cheap

    Even though there isnt a twin turbo eight in there it still sounds good on paper, unfortunately on paper is the only place we’ll get to see it for the time being… doubtful it is coming to the states but at least we can keep our fingers crossed about the US/B9 S4 Avant rumors.

  4. 4 Abu Amiri

    Audi is going to price this thing in the $80k range. There are just not enough people in the U.S. buying $80k wagons for it to be worth the hassle to Audi. That’s the battle you’re fighting when it comes to Avants. I live in the DC metro area, and while I’ve seen a few CTS-V sedans roaming the streets, I have only seen 1 CTS-V wagon. The average person buying a station wagon isn’t looking to spend $80k on one, and the average Audi enthusiast can’t afford it either.

  5. 5 Mike

    Abu exactly! The people that want to see this car here cannot afford to buy it. Hell they even had a hard time selling RS 4 Sedans while it was offered here. Audi dosen’t want to see that happen again.

  6. 6 heywood

    I likey. Nothing wrong with wagons and compared to its competition, it’s probably a fair price. I’d rather have this than a new M3. 6 speed manual though, please.

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