2000 Audi RS4 Avant Quattro (Typ 8D)
Absolutely wonderful first-generation Audi RS4 Avant Quattro (Typ 8D) in fantastic cosmetic and mechanical condition and with only 103.515 kilometers on the odometer. The car has the factory 2.7-liter V6 Biturbo engine developed by Audi and Cosworth producing 375 hp from the factory and a six-speed manual transmission. The car was imported from Germany in 2007 by the current Danish owner with 97,000 miles on the odometer. The car passed Danish technical inspection again in 2013 with only 100,000 original kilometers on the odometer. The car has been in dry storage, maintained and serviced and only driven 6,515 kilometers since 2007 by its Danish collector.
Frist generation RS4 are very collectible, and this one is a great example that can be driven and enjoyed as-is for many years to come.
VIN/Chassis Number: WUAZZZ8DZ1N900532
Odometer: 103,515 kilometers
Engine: 2.7-liter V6 Biturbo 2 × DOHC, 375 hp
Transmission: 6-speed manual
History of the B5 Audi RS4 Avant Quattro (Typ 8D):
The Audi RS4 Quattro is the top tier and highest performing version of some specific generations of the Audi A4 range of automobiles. It is a sports-focused car produced by Audi's high-performance private subsidiary Audi Sport GmbH, in limited numbers, for German car manufacturer AUDI AG, part of the larger Volkswagen Group. It slots distinctly above the Audi S4, as the fastest, most sports-focused model based on the A4's "B" automobile platform.
The original B5 Audi RS4 Avant Quattro was introduced by Audi in late 1999, for main production and sale from 2000, as the successor to the Porsche / Quattro GmbH joint venture-developed Audi RS2 Avant. The vehicle, like its RS2 predecessor, was available only as an Avant and was built on an existing platform, in this case, the Volkswagen Group B5 platform shared with the A4 and S4. Retail price was around DM 103,584. The RS 4 was available for sale in most of Europe, parts of Asia and in some Latin American countries. Audi produced 6,030 units between 1999 and 2001.
The engine was developed from the 2.7-liter 90° V6 Biturbo used in the B5 S4. It displaced 2,671 cubic centimeters (163.0 cu in) and had five valves per cylinder. This engine was developed and manufactured in the UK by Cosworth Technology and produced 375 hp.