Senner Tunning has assembled its second kit for the latest Audi S5 coupe that offers up mods for the interior, exterior and performance.
On the outside the German tuning house gives the S5 a kit that makes it look strikingly similar to the RS5. The kit includes a new, bolder front grill, bumper and carbon fiber spoiler, carbon fiber side skirts, tasteful boot lid spoiler, rear diffuser and swaps out the quad tailpipes for two oval ones. A set of LED’s illuminate the rear license plate and a pair of carbon fiber mirror caps have also been added.
The entire package sits on a fresh set of 20-inch alloy wheels wrapped in Vredestein Ultra Sessanta rubber sized 245/30R20 up front and 295/25R20 in the rear.
Interior mods include an extensive carbon fiber trim kit, black and red Nappa leather surfaces on the seats and door panels, again resembling that of the RS5, a DVD player, and a flat-bottom steering wheel with shift paddles borrowed from the R8.
Performance enhancements include a power converter that Senner says will “sharpen the characteristic of the electronic accelerator pedal” and an adjustable KW coilover suspension.
Senner gets a total of 429hp and 369 lb-ft of torque out of the stock versions 3.0-liter supercharged V6, which starts with 328hp and 324 lb-ft of torque.
Pricing for the package starts at the hefty price of $127,000, or you can pick up the used press car from the photos for $89,000, not including Germany’s 19% sales tax. Not bad compared to the $74,800 that would get you the stock S5 coupe off the lot, or better yet, Senner’s inspiration, the RS5, which goes for $27,400 LESS at $99,600 and cranks out 444hp, right?
-By: Alexandra Koken