Following the official release of the new Q5 SUV, Audi has developed the Q5 Custom Concept, a heavily tuned and modified version of the standard model. The Custom Concept will be unveiled at the annual Wörthersee GTI Meet. The Austrian event draws Audi and Volkswagen enthusiasts from around the world and has been home to several past unveilings, including the Golf GTI W12 and Audi TT Clubsport. The exterior of the Custom Concept showcases Audi factory accessories and includes larger, forged wheels, a lowered and tuned suspension, and red body accent pieces. The most significant deviation from stock, however, lies under the hood, where a heavily massaged version of Audi’s new supercharged 3.0 TFSI V6 pumps out 408 horsepower. Audi claims the Custom Concept is capable of 4.4 second 0-60 runs and is good for an electronically limited 155 mph top speed. The aforementioned tuned suspension is paired with upsized ceramic brakes to cope with the performance capabilities.
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