The fine-tuning starts from the engine bay where MTM engineers upgrade the V6 unit’s software boosting output and peak torque from 309hp (313PS) and 650Nm (479 lb-ft) to 376hp (381PS) and 780Nm (575 lb-ft) respectively.
The cost for the ECU optimization is set at €1,800 (US$2,230) while MTM also offers a slightly less powerful version at 360hp (365PS) and 760Nm (560 lb-ft) for €100 less.
To improve the diesel-powered A6’s stopping power, MTM has developed two different brake sets. The first one comes with 380 X 34 mm discs, stainless-steel-flex-line and eight-piston calipers priced at €4,900 (US$6,070), while the second set with uprated 405 X 36 mm discs at a cost of €6,400 (US$7,930).
Next up on MTM’s menu is the €1,740 (US$2,160) F-Cantronic ECU upgrade for the air suspension that allows the driver to drop the ride height by up to 25mm at the front axle and 20mm at the rear.
Last but not least, the German tuner offers a variety of alloy wheel designs in sizes from 18- to 20 inches priced from €1,730 to €5,230 (US$2,140-US$6,480).