Available for auction is this 2004 Audi C5 RS6 finished in Daytona Grey Metallic over an Ebony leather interior. Equipped with a 40-valve twin-turbocharged V8, Quattro four-wheel drive system, Dynamic Ride Control (DRC) suspension system, and 8-piston Brembo brake calipers, the RS6 was Audi’s first RS car to be sold new in the U.S. This example has been tastefully upgraded with Speedtech ECU and TCU tunes, a Miltek dual exhaust system, upgraded anti-roll bars, and more. Now with approximately 105k miles showing on the odometer this RS6 is being offered by its seller out of New York.
The RS6 features unique flared wheel arches, revised bumper covers, a rear lip spoiler, and a revised rear fascia incorporating large twin exhaust tips.This example comes finished in Daytona Grey metallic and shows light scratches on the rear bumper, and rocks chips on the front end. The tail lights feature a smoked tint and all of the glass is covered with a layer of removable Llumar tint. Detailed images can be found in the gallery along with a clean CARFAX report. 8-piston Brembo calipers sporting “RS” logos hide behind 19” BBS Motorsport wheels which come dressed in a set of Continental Extreme Contact tires.
The Ebony leather cabin is equipped with power adjustable heated front seats, heated rear seats, parking sensors, a premium Bose sound system, a sunroof, dual-zone climate control and a Valentine One radar detector. The cabin remains nicely preserved overall showing normal creasing on the seating surfaces, and the seller confirms that all gauges, lights, and features remain functional.
Power comes from a twin-turbocharged 4.2L V8 DOHC engine with five valves per cylinder. The engine has been upgraded with a Speedtech ECU tune, a full Miltek exhaust system with high-flow catalytic converters, Hyperboost diverter valves, K&N air filters, and is said to produce approximately 577 HP and 686 lb-ft. All four wheels are driven by way of a five-speed ZF automatic transmission which has been enhanced with a Speedtech TCU tune, a Torsen center differential, and a Quattro all-wheel-drive system. Upgraded H-Sport anti-roll bars help to provide flatter, more stable corering. The CARFAX highlights 17 service history records dating back to 2007, and the seller reports that there are no outstanding issues at this time.
This sale will include owners' literature, a spare tire, and a clean title. Don’t miss the chance to own this well cared for and tastefully upgraded example of Audi's first “RS” car to be sold in the U.S.