The British based aftermarket specialists at MRC have decided to take their hands on the Audi S4, and it isn’t just any S4, it’s actually a B5, which means that the vehicle has been made between 1994 and 2001, fitting it with a wide body kit and giving it an impressive power boost which could make any 2011 RS4 owner jealous.
While worldwide tuners are battling to get their hands on the newest and most expensive cars, MRC has made an interesting choice which I’m sure will catch the attention of real petrol heads who are living in the present and know all about the S4 B5.
The British based MRC tuner isn’t offering a lot of details about its “new” creation from the ‘90s except that over 700 horsepower are running under its bonnet and they are able to push it to a top speed of 330 km/h. Impressive, just like the original car was impressive back in the ‘90s.
The Audi B5 has been made between 1994 and 2001 and it was based on the Volkswagen B platform which was also being used to make the fourth generation of the Passat. The Audi A4 B5 had a longitudinal engine and front wheel drive and its powerplants were situated between 1.6 and 2.8 liter, along with a “classic” 1.9 diesel.
You can watch the video and photo gallery below. Enjoy!