Just kidding, no they won’t!
This is the RS6 Avant. Importing it would help Audi cement it’s dominance of the American car market. Considering the legions of Americans who previously bought cars like the Audi S4 Avant, BMW 540i Touring and Volvo V70R, it’s a sure bet that Audi will incur the significant homologation costs to import this low-volume, niche market wagon.
After all, a six-figure, turbocharged gas guzzling wagon might be more relevant than America’s future best-seller, the Mazda6 SKYACTIV-D. This one’s no oil burner. It’s got a twin-turbo V8 making upwards of 560 horsepower, but it’s only available with a 7-speed dual clutch gearbox. Even though it remains unaffordable for nearly everyone, its presence on U.S. soil will supposedly have a positive impact on our daily lives, if you are to believe the slavish devotions of the automotive enthusiast press.