Wörthersee Tour 2009 – Audi Q5 Custom Concept
This year marks the 28th annual Wörthersee Tour which runs from May 20th to 23rd in Reifnitz, Kärnten (Austria). It’s like Bimmerfest but instead for faithfull fans of Audi and VW. This event is particularly significant because it celebrates “100 years of Audi.” In fact, the company is showcasing 20 cars, from the new 2010 TT RS and R8 to the A1 Concept. Customization is a big push with the brand running an “Audi Customizing Club” contest. To get the juices flowing, the company has come up with their own creation, the Audi Q5 Custom Concept.
This Audi SUV was prepared specifically for the 2009 Wörthersee Tour. It features a custom Daytona Gray paint job, wide body kit and lowered suspension. In fact, it has a track that is 3.54 inches wider than stock and a ride height that has been dropped 2.36 inches. Wheels measuring 21 inches with a twin-seven spoke design and orange accents were added to give it some personality. But here’s the kicker… the horsepower has been boosted from the 333 hp available in the production 2009 Audi Q5 model to 408 hp. And all of this from a 3.0 TFSI V6 engine. Acceleration from 0 to 62 mph now only takes 4.4 seconds with a top speed electronically limited to 155 mph. We really hope to see some form of the Audi A5 Custom Concept publicly available, either as a kit from Audi Genuine Accessories or as an RS model.