ABT Sportsline to bring three aftermarket models to Geneva; Brabus unveils its G65 AMG-based 800 iBusiness and AC Schnitzer hots up the Range Rover Sport

German tuner ABT Sportsline will be bringing a trio of high-performance models to the Geneva motor show. Leading the way is the 720bhp Audi 'RS6-R'. A 296bhp VW Golf GTI, called the Dark Edition, and a 404bhp Audi RS Q3 complete the line-up.

Brabus has revealed its new 800 iBusiness, which is based on the Mercedes G65 AMG. It packs a 788bhp V12 engine and a business-focused multimedia system that's reputed to offer state-of-the-art communications and entertainment on the move.

AC Schnitzer is set to launch a new range of products for the 3.0-litre V6 diesel Range Rover Sport. It will offer performance tweaks, new wheels and aerodynamic parts. More upgrades for Land Rover models are planned.

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1 March 2014
That the Germans are doing it better than us.......?

Peter Cavellini.

1 March 2014
One of best looking Audi's I've seen. 720bhp and space for set of drawers and hot tub in the rear I'm all over it.

1 March 2014
On rutted, Somerset roads, none of the ABT cars would last long before losing a wheel and tyre, or four!

 

I'm a disillusioned former Citroëniste.

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