Disney star, Debby Ryan likes to travel in class and comfort without shouting about it. In many ways her Audi A4 reflects her own style - classy and sophisticated without the bells and whistles of matte black wraps and giant chrome rims.
Even her Mercedes C Class is black, the security glass a sure way of avoiding the cameras.
Jon Olsson never disappoints when it comes to badass cars and his latest project is no exception. Olsson and the team at Betsafe have officially built a machine that takes a strong claim to the title of the world’s meanest station wagon and it's called the Audi RS6 DTM.
“I have always loved the crazy widebody style of DTM cars and it’s been a dream to build a similar car for the road, but I also need a car that has enough space to carry all my ski gear to the slopes, so the decision was made to see what we could do with an Audi RS6.” – Jon Olsson
The Audi RS6 is already an amazing car (you can see video of it before this project here) but after all the work thats been done, it's easy to say this is truly a one-of-a-kind machine. The body of the car includes 4X4 carbon fiber, designed together with former Koenigsegg Chief Engineer Leif Tufvesson. The engine now holds custom 18 karat gold anodized TTE9XX turbo chargers from The Turbo Engineers and the car is expected to reach up to 950hp – possibly even break the 1000hp mark. We're expecting some pretty epic videos in the coming weeks!
The car was also fitted with a custom Black Titan suspension from Intrax and the biggest brake kit that Movit has for the RS6, and a super mega race exhaust kit from Milltek Sport.
Jon will drive this car for Team Betsafe in the Gumball 3000 Rally 2015.
Photos (Oskar Bakke Photography)
Source (Jon Olsson Facebook)
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