Written by Daniel Andzhurov – December 08, 2020
Edited by Asaf Kedem
The 2020 stock version of the Audi RS Q8 is an amazingly crafted SUV. In today’s blog, we will look into an insane build of a fascinating German SUV: the MANSORY Audi RS Q8.
On the exterior side, a lot of the components have been modified in their shape using carbon fiber. To count a few:
- Front bumper
- Wide body extensions on the left & right
- Rear diffuser
- Splitter for front mask
- Front fenders with MANSORY logo
- Roof spoiler
- Roof spoiler extension
- Rear decklid spoiler
- Several types of MANSORY wheels available for the Audi SUV.
Inside, the biggest changes are the customized steering wheel with carbon shifting paddles and the trim set which consists of 9 parts for the dashboard, middle console and doors.
What is more, there is a lot of changes in different detail aspects of the interior. For instance:
- Door welcome MANSORY logo lights
- Carbon panel for the gear shifter
- Refined interior by high-end leather
- Aluminum race pedals
- Velour floor and trunk mats with leather edgings.
In order to achieve surprising performance, Audi’s 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V-8 has been used as the base platform. MANSORY has just made their magic on the ECU to make the following performance difference:
The stock version of the Audi RS Q8 has 50 horses more than the Porsche Cayenne Turbo and 50 horses less than the Lamborghini Urus. The comparison with the MANSORY editions is left for you to do it.
After the tune, the Audi RS Q8 has a combined fuel consumption of 14,1 l/100km and CO2 emissions of 325 g/km.
Auto Trendy’s take:
MANSORY is a luxury car modification firm based in Germany. It has been founded in 1989 and it has developed numerous customization programs. We, at Auto Trendy, believe that executing a German build of this kind on a German car of this level is classic. It is tradition in style, it is out of this world!