You don’t have to do much for yourself in the RS 6 Avant, with keyless start, stop, and entry standard alongside a hands-free power tailgate.
Four-zone automatic climate control complements heated and ventilated front seats with 14-way power and memory for the driver's seat. Occupants are also treated to a sunroof, Valcona leather upholstery with RS embossing, and a leatherette upper dashboard. The driver will appreciate the heated steering wheel and and power tilt-and-telescope steering column.
The exterior features LED headlights and taillights, 21-inch aluminum wheels, rain-sensing windshield wipers, matte aluminum trim, an RS honeycomb grille, RS oval exhaust outlets, and heated, power-folding, and auto-dimming side mirrors.
You can have red brake calipers with RS badging for $500, or opt for ceramic brakes. They're available in gray for $8,500 or red for $9,000, both of which raise the top speed to 190 mph.
The $2,500 Executive Package adds even more luxury, bringing heated rear seats, power soft-closing doors, a head-up display, and more leather on the instrument panel, door rails, door armrests, and center console.
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It’s disappointing that adaptive cruise control and lane keeping assist are optional on the expensive 2021 Audi RS 6, but it's hard to nitpick about the rest of its standard equipment list. For buyers seeking a wagon with performance, the RS 6 Avant should be on their list.