Audi RS4 B5 Avant V6 2.7L Biturbo Quattro in the ultra collectable color of Goodwood Green.
In 1994, Audi tapped the engineering expertise of Porsche to develop the mad but engaging RS2, a 311-hp station wagon. Its 2.2-litre turbocharged engine was memorable for fierce reactions, big noise, and an uncompromising character. But when the RS2 concluded its limited run and the Audi 80 turned into the A4, we had to wait five years for the next “super Quattro”-the S4. That car somehow didn’t seem so mad: 250 horsepower from a twin-turbo 2.7-liter V-6, basically the same powerplant you’d find in the docile and luxurious A6 2.7T. That meant it was quick but also civilized: quiet, easy to drive, not really an Ingolstadt hot rod.
Then came the RS4 Quattro, the most powerful production Audi yet unleashed, producing 375 horses from its rather-more-stressed 2.7-liter V-6. Cosworth Technology, a division of Audi since 1999, has tweaked the intake and exhaust flow to the five-valve heads. Moreover, the crankshaft, the connecting rods, and the pistons are beefed up to withstand the larger KKK turbos. The result is a steady 325 pound-feet of torque from 2500 to 6000 rpm.
That stream of power definitely commands your attention. Appropriately launched, this little wagon claws its way to 100km/h in 4.9 seconds, and the speedo will show 160 km/h in a sniff less than 12 seconds. Although a chip limits top speed to 250 km/h, Audi’s engineers say they regularly saw 290 during testing at Nardo.
Officially, the RS4 is made not by Audi but by Quattro GmbH, the company’s in-house subsidiary that assembles cars to custom order. Alas, no RS4s are headed for America.
This RS4 was delivered new to Switzerland in the hottest colour possible. GOODWOOD GREEN.
In the short production span from 1999 to 2001 only 6.030 Units were produced. We do not have exact numbers but are certain that only a handful was in Goodwood Green.
1. Swiss owner: 2000 – 2005
2. French owner: 2005 – 2009
3. French owner: 2009 – 2011
4. French owner: 2011 – 2020
5. Austrian owner: 2020-2022
The Car was sold through the Belgian Dealer House of Cars in 2020 to Austria.
Currently the Car has a Austrian registration.
First registration: 31.10.2000
Model year 2001
V6 / 2.7L / 380HP – 279KW / 440NM
288g / CO2 – Euro 2
6-speed MANUAL gearbox – Quattro
145.000 kms original and certified
Major inspection done at AUDI at 138,156 kms – 09.21.2020.
Includes all fluids, filters, belts, spark plugs, water pump….
Full AUDI history from new
All maintenance invoices available
Complete service book
All books, tools, 2 keys, …
Amazing overall condition / ready to drive
Exterior colour: Goodwood Green 6T / Z6X
Interior: Black leather – Recaro sports seats
Rare and most sought after configuration on the market
Already a collector’s item – First version of the RS4
C1M: Alloy wheels 8.5j X 18
G0L: 6-speed MANUAL gearbox
N4K: Natural leather upholstery
Q1E: RECARO sports seats
QV1: TV reception
1BD: Sports suspension
1PC: Anti-theft bolt
1XP: Multifunction sports leather steering wheel
3FE: Panoramic sunroof
3L7: Electric front seats
3S2: Roof rack black
4A3: Heated front seats
4GH: Windscreen with coloured stripe
4K4: Central locking with remote control
5TL: Painted inlays – piano lacquer black
6E3: Front centre armrest
6FB: Mirror caps in car colour
6PC: Handbrake handle in leather
6Q2: Gear knob in leather
7A2: CD charger
8AY: Radio with navigation system
8RY: BOSE Surround
8T1: Cruise control
8TC: Rear fog light
8WC: Fog lights
8X1: Headlight washer system
9AK: Climatronic air conditioning system
9V7: Perimeter and volumetric alarm
9ZF: Hands-free car kit – NOKIA 6021
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