Manhart RQ800 | National Class


Manhart last worked on the Audi RS Q8 in May 2020, shortly after the premiere of that model, and has now unveiled a new interpretation under the designation RQ800. This time, the car has a slightly more restrained look and close to 100HP less than its predecessor.

Visual changes include new red details on the front grille, mirrors, sills and rear diffuser. A set of new 24-inch Classic Line wheels with a red finish has also been added, with 295/30 ZR24 front and 355/25 ZR24 rear tires fitted to them. Manhart also added graphics to the bodywork and new carpets in the cabin.

Significant mechanical changes are more significant – a new turbo kit with intercooler, Eventuri carbon suction cups and remapping of the ECU module. The exhaust system has been replaced with stainless steel pipes with control valves and ends with a diameter of 100mm. The result of these modifications is a power of 818hp and 1050Nm of maximum torque.

The transmission has also been improved to withstand increased power, and more powerful brakes are available as an option. The suspension was reworked, and the factory air setup was retained. The car can also be equipped with a new 200-cell catalyst, but only for foreign markets, as this component is not certified in Germany.

Performance data not released.

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