If the rumor mill is to believed, the Audi RS6's official horsepower number undersells the überwagon by about 30 equines. But even if the inside line doesn't pan out, the RS6 is still a spec collector's dream date: Twin-turbo V10 producing 479 ft-lbs of torque available at between 1,500 rpm and 6,250 rpm, maximum power arriving at between 6,250 rpm and 6,700 rpm, all channeled through a six-speed tiptronic massaged by algorithms. Dynamic ride control with optional three-stage damping adjusts to a desired level of stiffness. Ceramic brakes are available for an undisclosed sum. Supercar or station wagon? The mind reels. Attention childless members of the autobahn-commuting German business elite. We're up for adoption.
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