Audi RS5 convertible or cabriolet, whichever you call it. I saw Audi RS5 at Audi’s techno showroom in London. You might be saying that, RS5 is at the end of its product life cycle, nothing looks really special and I would agree on that if this post was for A5.
However, this is RS5 and this means one thing, it has a lunatic engine! It is one of the most powerful convertible cars on market with Audi precision interior with the same stiffness at each button and seamless gap between the parts. And also, the interior of the Audi RS5 does not look that out-dated like its interior.
The main thing I liked with the Audi RS5 is the combination of the performance embedded with the invisibility. Unlike BMW M3 or Mercedes C63 AMG, no one will realise the RS5 and you won’t be noticed on everywhere. And I can imagine that, the steering wheel is not well connected like BMW and has the tendency to understeer but still a very good car.
Audi RS5 cabriolet is powered by a 4.2-lt V8 FSI engine with 450 HP and 430 Nm of torque. RS5 only needs 4.9 seconds to 100 km/h and limited to 250 km/h top speed.