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AVUS Performance Black Arrow based on Audi A4 Avant

Submitted by on November 5, 2009 – 10:31 pmOne Comment

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About 70 per cent of all Audi A4s are sold as an Avant – that may be the reason why beautifulwagons are Avants. Unsurprisingly the new project car from AVUS PERFORMANCE is an AVANT with the 2.7L TDI engine and its 8 gear multitronic gearbox. Being equipped with that 190bhp engine the A4 is economic and quick at once.

For all those who need some more performane stage 1 ECU boosts the A4 from 190bhp and 295 lb/ft of torque up to 230bhp and 358 lb/ft . More performance upgrades are avaiable for the 3.0L TDI engine and all other turboed engines.

Besides more power the tuner takes it one step further and presents the worldwide first Audi A4 with 21″ wheels. The individual gloss black rims perfectly fit the A4 Avant and even better in combination with the coilovers installed. Lowering springs and 19″ or 20″ are avaiable on request. Those of you who want to change even more might consider the A4 LED taillights or full car wrapping as an option (matt black, matt white etc. avaiable).
Source: AVUS Performance

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  • CarZ says:

    Does Audi know how to make a bad car? Seriously. Anything they make is top notch – with or without the bells and whistles. Love this!

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