2013 Audi RS 5: Photo Gallery

2013 Audi RS5

The 2013 Audi RS 5 will be the most powerful A5 in the lineup when it goes on sale this summer.

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Its naturally aspirated V-8 forks out a whopping 450 horsepower, netting a sub-5-second zero-to-60-mph time.

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Comments 

Lippy

Needs less chrome and more black. Regardless... I'd still love to have one.

Ken L.

Nice... It's good to see Audi still keeping the A5 one of the more desirable luxury sport coupes on the market. Though I hope they'll have options for additional rims, the ones pictured do not fit the car.

Khan

wow that grill is butt ugly. Audi needs to get together with Acura(beak grill) and work some stuff out because that thing is ugly!

Martin

This car is beautiful. I love that front end with the combination of the grill and led headlights. I also like how Audi's side mirrors are alluminum on high end, sporty versions of their vehicles.

300zx_guy

The A5 is a beautiful car, I like most of the details of the RS5 but the new grill treatment does it no favors. A5 and S5 look better. As with all Audis (and others with gaping grills), it is better if you don't need a front license plate, which always looks funny floating within the grill opening.

What is top speed and EPA estimation of 2013 Audi RS5 model.

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