Audi celebrates Le Mans win with A6
20 July 2006

Audi has marked its diesel-powered Le Mans win with special edition of its A6 model.

The German manufacturer has taken an A6 3.0-litre diesel quattro S line and added 19in wheels from the RS4, its Luxury Pack and new colours.

In addition, the spec list includes full leather, heated front seats, improved interior lighting and an 'acoustic' rear parking aid.

There will be just 1000 Le Mans editions built, costing £34,575 for the saloon and £35,845 for the Avant. That's an increase of just £115 over the standard model - the extra would cost you £2300 if specified separately.

The car is available to order now and first deliveries are expected in September.

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