Films: 1994 Audi RS2: Strap Into The Snow Wagon
5
UP NEXT
Made To Drive | S11 E1
1972 Alfa Romeo Alfetta: Verde Pino
Become a Member,
Watch the Full Episode

Become a Petrolicious Member to access exclusive content, our new printed magazine - Drive Tastefully Quarterly, member pricing in the P Shop, access to events and more.

Learn more
Made To Drive | S11 E10

1994 Audi RS2: Strap Into The Snow Wagon

Ultimate snow day? Prowling for fresh powder in this turbocharged toboggan.
10
View Comments
Up Next
Made To Drive
VIEW ALL
Audi
0 0 votes
Article Rating
10 Comments
newest
oldest most voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Tony Piscitelli
Tony Piscitelli
4 years ago

Wagons FTW! Great car, and he obviously enjoys the snot out of it!

Sotirios Bakaimis
Sotirios Bakaimis
4 years ago

the alps…nice place…..

Doug Miller
Doug Miller
4 years ago

Great video! I really wish Audi would sell S4 Avants in the U.S. again. A true SUV, with the emphasis on the S. Audi, if you are listening, I would buy a manual-transmission S4 Avant as my next daily driver (I don’t think I could afford an RS4 Avant). I am serious! Please!

FranzKafka
FranzKafka
4 years ago
Reply to  Doug Miller

As long as you’re wiling to put up with the abysmal quality and reliability and assuming you can find a clean unmolested one try looking around for an early 2000’s 8D S4 Avant V6 Biturbo . Its no RS2 but when it runs . Its fine

JB21
JB21
4 years ago

RS2 was the last Audi that I actually wanted to own. Of course, because we can’t have good things, US never got one. Or did we? I remember an independent Porsche shop that my friend’s dad used had one in their ‘showroom’ in the mid 90s. What a cool car.

FranzKafka
FranzKafka
4 years ago
Reply to  JB21

A few were ‘ grey marketed ‘ here . I ought to know . Like a fool I passed up on the chance to buy one at a pretty decent price after the original purchaser reneged on the deal

wmaloney
wmaloney
4 years ago

I liked hearing the amazing pride of ownership he has for this Audi. It’s not just his transportation – it’s his joy. Thanks for sharing.

AGD
AGD
4 years ago

I really like these “everyday driver” car videos, rather than the museum car videos. It reminds me of one of the first Petrolicious videos about the DeLorean. More meaningful when it’s a car used everyday, rather than a museum piece.

Alexandre Goncalves
Alexandre Goncalves
4 years ago
Reply to  AGD

That DeLorean video is awesome!!!

Alexandre Goncalves
Alexandre Goncalves
4 years ago

I don’t like Audi’s but I LOVE this car! I remember when they were 12.000/15.000 euros (used) some years ago – now, people are asking (at least) twice that amount….

What a car!:)

Thanks for Petrolicious and the owner for sharing it with us!