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Pure thrill

The most powerful SUV coupé from Audi Sport: the Audi RS Q8².

Fuel consumption combined¹,²: 12.3–12.1 l/100 km; CO₂ emissions combined¹,²: 281–276 g/km.

The RS Q8² in numbers

Output

441

kW

Acceleration (0–100 km/h)

3.8

s

Torque, maximum

800

Nm

Fuel consumption combined¹,²: 12.3–12.1 l/100 km; CO₂ emissions combined¹,²: 281–276 g/km.

Rs Q8 front view

Facts and figures

Immense power transferred intelligently onto the road

The Audi RS Q8² offers you quattro permanent all-wheel drive with optional quattro sport differential that distributes the power selectively for each wheel. The adaptive air suspension sport with characteristic RS tuning and the all-wheel steering for agile responsiveness and superb handling stability add that extra touch.

Powerful and dynamic: The design

The RS bumper with large air intakes, the characteristic front spoiler and the radiator grille with RS-differentiated honeycomb structure set impressive accents in the front view. The striking silhouette underlines its powerful stature.

See. Touch. Experience

The interior of the Audi RS Q8² is equipped with a wide range of digital technologies that assist you in various ways on every journey. The RS-specific displays in the Audi virtual cockpit will give you the information about torque, performance, acceleration, lap times and G-forces as you want it.

Interior of the RS Q8

Performance meets everyday usability

The Audi RS Q8² is open to many possibilities. Alongside its impressive performance, it also offers excellent everyday usability. And with the seats folded down, it offers even more: this increases its storage space to up to 1,755 litres. The three-seater rear seat bench can be moved fore and aft as standard.

Rear view of the RS Q8 with model
Audi functions on demand
 Audi SQ8 Dynamic rear view

Audi SQ8

CO₂ emissions combined¹: 279–277 g/km; Fuel consumption combined¹: 12.2–12.1 l/100 km. Fuel consumption and CO₂ emission figures given in ranges depend on the tyre/wheel set used.