AUDI RS5 ENGINE OIL Capacity and Specifications
Audi Rs5 Engine Oil Capacity and Specifications
If you’re searching for Audi RS5 engine oil details, this blog post covers the year of the RS5, its engine model, oil capacity with and without filters, and oil specifications are all listed below.
AUDI RS5 ENGINE OIL GUIDE
|Audi RS5||Year||Engine||Engine Oil Capacity (without filter)||Engine Oil Capacity (with filter)||Engine Oil Specification|
|Audi RS5||2010-2012||4.2L naturally aspirated||8.3 liters||8.9 liters||VW 502 00 / 505 01|
|Audi RS5||2013-2015||4.2L naturally aspirated||8.3 liters||8.9 liters||VW 502 00 / 505 01|
|Audi RS5||2017-2019||2.9L twin-turbo||7.4 liters||8.0 liters||VW 508 00 / 509 00|
|Audi RS5||2020-2021||2.9L twin-turbo||7.4 liters||8.0 liters||VW 508 00 / 509 00|
|Audi RS5||2022-present||2.9L twin-turbo||7.4 liters||8.0 liters||VW 508 00 / 509 00|
QUICK INFORMATION ABOUT AUDI RS5
Available in coupé body, the RS5 features a 4.2 FSI engine rated at 450 PS (331 kW; 444 hp) at 8250 rpm and 430 N⋅m (317.15 lb⋅ft) at 4000-6000 rpm, coupled with a seven-speed S-Tronic transmission and quattro permanent all-wheel-drive with crown-gear centre differential and electronic torque vectoring. It has 19 inch alloy wheels in an exclusive five arm structure design with 275/35 tires (optional 19 inch winter wheels), 365 mm (14.37 in) diameter ventilated aluminum front brake discs (optional 380 mm (14.96 in) diameter carbon ceramic front brake discs), aluminum 8 piston brake calipers with RS logos in high-gloss black, electronic stabilization program with integrated sport mode, speed dependent servotronic steering, Audi drive select with three (4 with MMI navigation system) modes of operation (comfort, auto, and dynamic, optional custom), and optional dynamic steering.
Aesthetically, the RS5 features a single-frame grille with a shiny charcoal gray rhombus pattern grid, Xenon plus headlights with a sweeping strip of LED daytime running lights, redesigned bumper tapers downward into a splitter, flared fenders inspired by Audi Quattro, side sills with angular caps, trim strips with aluminum look on the single-frame grille and near the side windows and the outside mirrors; a choice of 8 body colours, two oval exhaust pipes integrated within the bumper, spoiler in the tailgate automatically extends at 120 km/h (75 mph) and retracts at 80 km/h (50 mph), extensively clad underbody integrating air vents for the seven-speed S-Tronic and the front brakes.
In the cockpit, the model has electrically adjustable sports seats in leather/Alcantara combination upholstery with side sections and integrated head restraints (optional bucket seats with more prominent contours and folding backrests, ventilated and luxuriously upholstered climate-controlled comfort seats; optional seat upholstery featuring special leathers and colors as well as silver headlining), steering wheel upholstered in perforated leather, black gauges with white lettering and distinctive scaling, driver information system with integrated lap timer and an oil temperature gauge, black interior with decorative inlays made of carbon fiber (optional dark stainless-steel mesh, black piano finish or brushed aluminum inlay), instrument panel fascia in piano finish, pedals, footrests, optional MMI navigation systems’ control buttons in aluminum; door handles with two slim strips, aluminum inserts at door sill trims and RS 5 logos, optional suede-covered controls and floor mats bearing RS 5 logos, sport exhaust system with a sound flap and black tailpipe trims.
The RS5 weighs 1,800 kg (3,968 lb), with 56.3 percent at the front and 43.7 in the rear which makes it prone to understeer, however, Audi has added two electro-mechanical systems to counter its nose-heaviness. The stability-control system attempts to stop front-end plow before it happens by squeezing the brakes on the inside wheels which effectively drag those tires enough to pull the car into the corner.
The RS5 also has an active rear differential that can apportion power between the rear wheels to create a similar effect or even oversteer; in normal conditions, Quattro all-wheel-drive delivers 60% of the engine’s torque rearward and rising to as much as 85 percent depending on conditions.
The vehicle was unveiled at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show. Sales of the Audi RS5 began in spring 2010.
Changes to the RS5 Coupé for 2012 included upgraded dampers and springs on the suspension front, new electric power steering replacing engine-driven hydraulic power steering, exclusive retractable rear spoiler, red cam covers, and a carbon fiber intake manifold, optional piano black trim, twenty-inch graphite-colored wheels, a sport exhaust system with black finishers.
RS5 Coupé was unveiled at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show, followed by the 2012 Geneva Motor Show.
The RS5 Coupé went on sale in the US as the 2013 RS 5 Coupé.
The RS5 Coupé went on sale in India, priced at Rs 96.81 lakh.
The RS5 Cabriolet was unveiled at the 2012 Paris Motor Show. Production of the RS5 ended permanently in June 2015. A race version of the S5, the RS5 has a valved exhaust whose note can be tuned to suit driving conditions and personal preference. The RS5 has a naturally aspirated 4.2 V8 that produces 444 hp (331 kW).
Deliveries of the RS5 Cabriolet began in early 2013, and went on sale in the US in April 2013.
As part of the RS5 Cabriolet launch, Audi Land of Quattro Alpen Tour 2013 featured an RS5 Cabriolet starting on September 23, traveling across twelve driving stages in 6 countries (Klagenfurt – the capital of Carinthia, Austria, Monaco).
The RS 5 Coupé is powered by a 2.9 liter TFSI V6 twin turbo engine producing 331 kW (450 PS; 444 hp) and 600 N⋅m (443 lb⋅ft) of torque that is also used in the Panamera 4S. It is 60 kg (132 lb) lighter than its predecessor. Power is delivered to the quattro system with a 8-speed automatic transmission. The RS 5 accelerates from 0–100 km/h (0–62 mph) in 3.9 seconds, with a top speed of 280 km/h (174 mph). It also comes with a honeycomb grille, wider fenders, and aggressively-styled front bumper with bigger openings than the A5 and S5.
The RS 5 Sportback was unveiled at the 2018 New York Auto Show.
The RS 5 facelift was unveiled on December 10, 2019.
Audi of America Product Planner, Anthony Garbis, has been credited for designing a limited run of 100 “Panther Edition” RS5s (75 Sportback and 25 Coupe) in late 2019. The Panther edition package retailed for $13,800 and included several exclusive options, most notably: Panther Black crystal effect paint, an Alcantara flat-bottom steering wheel, 20″ 5-twin-spoke edge design wheels and Crescendo Red stitching on the seats, steering wheel and seat belts.
This information is researched and compiled by: Erwin C. Salarda
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