• Mar 26, 2010
Senner Tuning AG Audi S5 – Click above for high-res image gallery

"White Beast" is quite a fitting name for this tuned-up version of the Audi S5 coupe. It isn't just an aerodynamic package – oh, no – Germany-based Senner Tuning AG has given the S5 a bit more grunt from its 4.2-liter V8 mill, as well as slightly revised suspension geometry and a daub of upgraded interior refinement.

The tuning starts under the hood, where a performance air filter and exhaust system have been added, managing to churn out a claimed additional 25 horsepower and 25 pound-feet of torque, bringing the overall output numbers to 379 and 350, respectively. On top of that, Senner has raised the S5's electronically limited top speed from the standard 155 miles-per-hour to an Autobahn-friendly 177 mph. What's more, the four-pipe exhaust now include sport silencers, and we assume the aural grunt from this S5 is quite a treat for the ears. (White Beast, indeed.)

Visually, Senner has added a new front fascia, mimicking that of the Audi RS5, as well as a rear lip spoiler, LED taillamps and a new rear apron. Large 21-inch wheels better fill out the wells, and the suspension has been lowered (40 millimeters in front, 35 in back) to give the car a more aggressive road stance. Inside, a carbon fiber interior trim package has been added, as well as a new tachometer display screen.

The cost of the White Beast tuning kit? €18,990 (about $25,500 USD). Click through the post to read the full press release and have a look for yourself in the gallery below.



[Source: Senner Tuning]
Show full PR text
White beast – by Senner Tuning AG

The German art of tuning: a worthy example is the new S5 that had taken the form of a truly individual "sports car" in the hands of Senner Tuning AG tuners from Ingelheim. Apart from the decent design kit, Senner Tuning still has various upgrades ready to apply on the S5 series.

A front spoiler, stretched deeply below, with a large air inlet in RS5 Look with a well-suited radiator grill, designed in the form of cells, contributes to the perfect car body along the sliding air streams and optics. Additionally, we can find a rear spoiler lip at the body, as well as a rear apron unit performed in Carbon Look by Rieger tuning house. To make the appearance complete, the car is equipped with modern LED back lights, and a number-plate light has light-emitting diodes in clear white, too.

But this is still not enough. As the name "white beast" implies, not only the optics but also the engine power have been upgraded. With parametric surface optimization, performance air filter plug-in package and exhaust system, additional 30 ph and 35 Nm are now available for Audi S5, and the overall power now makes 384 ph and 475 Nm.

Furthermore, the speed limitation of 250 km/h was raised, so now the car can reach the full 285 km/h. The acceleration up to this speed was boosted by the Power Converter, an electronic module of acceleration of the signal from the gas pedal.

The corresponding sound of the newly acquired power is produced by the Senner Tuning exhaust system which emphasizes the car's sport-style appearance optically, too, with its four exhaust pipes of high-grade steel. The exhaust system includes a sport exhaust silencer and an X-pipe and is provided with an EU grant for vehicle operating.

To make the performance of the reinforced motor core optimal for the street and allow no losses, the craftsmen from Senner Tuning use lowered suspension springs with 40-mm suspension at the front axle and 35-mm suspension at the rear axle which also create a nice-looking aspect between the body and the rims.

In addition, giant and two-parted 21-inch polished light alloy wheel rims Work Varianza T1S in diamond black, that were produced exclusively for Senner Tuning, find their application with the white beast. High-performance tyres by Hankook with an S1 Evo label, as big as 255/30 R21 and 295/25 R21, were installed on 9x21" and 10,5x21" rims. And there is no need to adjust the wheel arch edges!

The interior has also undergone some changes. A carbon fiber interior package, including the tachometer display screen, sticks out from the rest. There is also a fancy foot mat of high-quality velour – this is where sport ambitions merge with individuality.

The cost of the whole renovation kit is 18,990 Euro including technical inspection fees!


I'm reporting this comment as:

Reported comments and users are reviewed by Autoblog staff 24 hours a day, seven days a week to determine whether they violate Community Guideline. Accounts are penalized for Community Guidelines violations and serious or repeated violations can lead to account termination.


    • 1 Second Ago
  • 13 Comments
      • 4 Years Ago
      Those wider rear tires are pointless. Anyway the tires aren't even the same diameter (because 305/25 21 won't fit), so the front tires need to be shaved.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Like the black roof and the simple clean job.

      Change it from white to a nice rich blue... Audi's got a good blue...

      Tone down the blingy, huge wheels.

      Then it is very fantastic.
        • 4 Years Ago
        Fantastic looking... not necessarily fantastically priced.
      • 4 Years Ago
      as much as i love tuned audi's, i'm not so sure i'd pay 19k euros for 25 more hp, and some visual tuning.
        • 4 Years Ago
        But what about the Hot Wheels sticker.... that is worth like 20k
      • 4 Years Ago
      I can get 25 horses with less than $3k. The exterior does not do much but, again, I can get something similar for less than $5k. For $500, I can get the entire interior covered in carbon. This is the biggest scam ever!
        • 4 Years Ago
        Where can you get an interior covered in carbon for $500? Carbon fiber? That material alone costs more than $500 around here
      Tim
      • 4 Years Ago
      Ya know it just occurred to me that some cars NEED to be in certain colors. I couldn't even imagine owning an Audi that wasn't white.

      Audis are white, mercedes are black, ferraris are red, azteks are yellow..
      • 4 Years Ago
      Did anyone else notice the Hot Wheels emblem towards the front of the car?
      • 4 Years Ago
      Why does the 7th photo (side view) remind me of the old Acura Legend? Being in the Bay Area, it's known as the generic 90's Vietnamese gangster ride LOL.
    • Load More Comments