Jon Olsson’s Audi RS6 Avant DTM

Apr 2, 2015

Category: Rides

Pro skier and renowned auto enthusiast Jon Olsson has expanded his horizons once again, this time delivering a dramatically customized Audi RS6 DTM for the upcoming Gumball 3000 Stockholm to Las Vegas rally.

Tapping into the aerodynamic approach found in DTM cars, there’s carbon fiber galore here, with a large carbon fiber front splitter and dual carbon fiber canards on both sides of the front bumper, as well as side skirts and a lightweight ski box, both made from carbon fiber. Under the hood the RS6 DTM has the STM Stage 3+ tuning package, that means the power is boosted from 560 horsepower to more than 900 hp via the twin-turbocharged 4.0-litre V8. Other highlights include TTE 18 carat gold anodized turbochargers, a Milltek race exhaust, Intrax race suspension, a Movit big brake kit, big rooftop spoiler, matte black ADV.1 wheels, and a custom wrap from Wrapzone.

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