With its 381 HP (280 kW), the original Audi RS 4 made quite a stir when it originally debuted 19 years ago. The sports station wagon's fourth generation, with an astonishing 450 HP, is now available (331 kW). The RS 4's new ABT version differs significantly from the current production model in both horsepower (510 kW) and torque (600 Nm instead of 600 Nm), which should be more than enough even for the car's next generation. Speaking of torque, the original RS 4 had 240 Nm less to deliver than the ABT RS4 of today.
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