Mansory originally debuted its modified Audi RS Q8 in late 2020 and has recently ended construction on its most recent model, which is this time sporting an especially striking external finish.
Anyone who is familiar with Mansory's work knows that the tuner enjoys going all out when creating even more radical modifications for already remarkable autos. With this RS Q8, it has achieved just that by painting it in a deep shade of green that is contrasted by numerous yellow highlights. The side skirts, wing mirrors, and a noticeable racing stripe that runs down the bonnet, top, and rear spoiler all have yellow highlights.
A full new body kit for the Audi has also been designed by the German tuner. A carbon fibre splitter, carbon fibre shrouds, and air intake mesh resembling the Lamborghini Urus' air intake grilles make the front end particularly eye-catching.
The SUV's external modifications continue at the back, where you'll see a new roof-mounted carbon fibre spoiler, a carbon fibre diffuser, and four new tailpipes.
The well-known 4.0-litre twin-turbocharged V8 in the RS Q8 has also undergone some changes. The V8 is now rated at 769 horsepower and 738 lb-ft (1,000 Nm) of torque, up from its standard 591 hp and 590 lb-ft (800 Nm), which are also quite outstanding numbers. This is due to the combination of a high-performance exhaust and a tweaked ECU. This allows the super SUV to reach 62 mph (100 km/h) in 3.3 seconds and a peak speed of 198 mph (320 km/h) with ease.
The inside of the automobile has also undergone a few alterations. There are also new Start/Stop buttons for the engine positioned on the ceiling, as well as new carbon fibre inlays on the dashboard and steering wheel.