According to Avus Performance, its tweaked Audi S4 has had the engine performance adjusted accordingly to expedite the 20x9-inch CC-line wheels properly. Their words. Parsing the English translation of the originally German press release, however, will tell you all you need to know.
Ride height is twiddled by a suspension setup that uses threaded strut tubes to adjust the spring perches. Those 20-inch wheels wear Hankook Ventus S1 tires, and the stock exhaust has been swapped out for stainless steel mufflers. Body mods in shiny black or carbon fiber are tacked on before the cars leave the Avus shop, too. Thanks to the revised plumbing and some engine tweaking, the AP-fettled sedan churns out 424 horsepower.
There you have it, an Audi that's been given a spiff. Now if they'd send one to us, there might actually be something tangible to say about it, instead of regurgitating the press release for all you hungry little sparrows. Full PR posted after the jump.
[Source: Avus Performance]
In order to give the driving dynamics even better qualities, a thread spring kit was built in that allows adjusting the depth more individually, however still maintaining adjusting possibilities of the Magnetic Ride chassis. The contact to the road is made by 9x20 inch big, 3-part CC-line rims in connection with Hankook Ventus S1 Evo wheels in 255/30/20. To expedite them accurately, the engine performance was adjusted accordingly. Instead of the standard 33 PS, 430 PS are on now.
To make the driving pleasure not only palpable, but audible as well, the original mufflers were changed for optimized stainless steal copies. In this case with the tail pipe variant RS4/RS6-look in matt black. In order to make the outer look perfect, gear gaiters, front grill, front blade and heck diffusor were painted in shiny black. Alternatively, these parts can be ordered in carbon as well, carbon parts are also possible in the interior. Among them are interior lasts and center consoles, but also steering wheels with carbon and different types of leather.