The Audi RS4 B5 Avant. Just because it’s epicimageimageThe original B5 Audi RS 4 Avant quattro (Typ 8D)[2] was introduced by Audi in late 1999, for main production and sale from 2000, as the successor to the Porsche / quattro GmbH joint venture-developed Audi RS2 Avant. The vehicle, like its RS2 predecessor, was available only as an Avant and was built on an existing platform, in this case the Volkswagen Group B5 platform shared with the A4 and S4. Retail price was around DM 103,584. The RS 4 was available for sale in most of Europe, parts of Asia and in some Latin American countries.imageAudi produced 6,030 units between 1999 and 2001.imageSuch a great piece of design with the flared arches and huge front splitter. You don’t see many these days but it’s a car I still want to own even now.