If Audi's 2026 RS5 Avant resembles this, it will undoubtedly be a triumph for the brand

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The upcoming RS5 Avant is anticipated to retain its 2.9-liter twin-turbo V6 engine while incorporating an electric motor, transforming it into a plug-in hybrid variant.

If audi s 2026 rs5 avant resembles this it will undoubtedly be a triumph for the brand 1Audi is currently in the process of creating a new fast wagon to succeed the RS4 Avant. The upcoming model, known as the RS5 Avant, may bear resemblance to the concept depicted in an illustration by digital artist Kelsonik from Kolesa.

Prior to discussing specifics, it is important to emphasize that Audi is undergoing a change in its naming system, where even numbers will be exclusively assigned to its electric vehicle (EV) models. This is the reason why the RS4 will be transitioning to the RS5 nameplate. In January, our spy photographers captured images of a prototype adorned in tight-fitting black and white camouflage. It is evident that this upcoming Audi Sport model, much like its predecessor, will exude the same distinctive character that we have grown accustomed to from the brand.

If audi s 2026 rs5 avant resembles this it will undoubtedly be a triumph for the brand 2 1The images created by Kelsonik (via Kolesa) show that the RS5 Avant, according to prototype testers, will feature a slightly lower and wider design compared to its predecessor. The front end boasts a larger grille, accompanied by generous air intakes and sleeker headlights. Changes can also be seen on the sides of the car, where the conventional door handles have been replaced with flush ones.

The doors of the vehicle closely resemble those of the RS4 Avant. Notable changes have been implemented at the rear of the car, such as the addition of LED taillights featuring a light bar, a rear bumper with a diffuser, and dual oval-shaped tailpipes that have been slightly repositioned to be closer to each other.

The upcoming RS5 Avant is anticipated to maintain the existing RS4's 2.9-liter twin-turbocharged V6 engine, complemented by an electric motor and a battery pack to transform it into a plug-in hybrid. Although the previous RS4 boasted 444 hp, the RS5 Avant is projected to deliver a minimum of 671 hp, on par with the plug-in hybrid Mercedes-AMG C63.

Audi is anticipated to reveal the upcoming model either later this year or in the early months of 2025, prior to its introduction as a 2026 model in the global market.

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