Audi is revising the RS5 models with a few nips and tucks to align the cars better with the brand's current design language. The refreshed models take some styling cues from the RS6 and RS7 with its wider and flatter Singleframe grille, which is also crowned with new air vents that are inspired by the Audi Sport quattro from the 80s. A wider wheel arch gives the cars a more imposing presence and a larger set of air inlets have a sharper look to further emphasize the car's high-performance styling.
Additional exterior tweaks include updated side sills, a redesigned rear diffuser, black accent options for the logos and RS badging, and there are optional gloss black, matte aluminum and carbon styling packages for a more customized touch. The interior is fitted with Alcantara and leather as standard equipment and a 10.1-inch MMI touch display is pitched toward the driver for easier infotainment access and a 12.3" Audi virtual cockpit is also available. Power comes from a 2.9L, 443 hp twin-turbo V6, which can get both cars from 0-60 in 3.9 seconds and a top speed of 174 mph is available.