The Audi RS4 is the top tier and highest performing version of the Audi A4 range. The Audi RS4 is ranked above the Audi S4. The Audi RS$ was manufactured by Quattro GmbH, a private subsidiary of Audi G. The Audi RS4 was introduced in 2000. The Audi is marketed by the Audi part of the Volkswagen group. The parts of the Audi RS4 were assembled at the plant in Neckarsulm, Germany. The Audi RS4 used the Volkswagen Group B platform and was available as a compact executive car, sport car and Halo vehicle.
The Audi RS4 used the longitudinal front engine layout and was available as a permanent four wheel drive, Quattro. The Audi RS4 was available in two versions; the B5 Audi RS4 and the B7 Audi RS4. The B5 version of the Audi RS4 was introduced in 2000 and was produced till 2001. The B7 version of the Audi RS4 was introduced in 2006 and was produced till 2008. The Audi RS4 used the 2.7 Litre V6 'bi-turbo' 2xDOHC (ASJ/AZR) engine and the six speed manual transmission. The Audi RS4 was available as a five door Avant body style. The fuel capacity of the Audi RS4 is 62 litre. In 2007, the Audi RS4 was the winner in the "World Performance Car" category of the International World Car of the Year (WCOTY).