For those of you that aren't on the up and up regarding outrageous cars and their owners, we'll reintroduce you to Jon Olsson.

Olsson is a professional Swedish freeskier and alpine ski racer. In addition he's known for his success at the X-Games, being a participant in road rallies — like the Gumball 3000 — and a line of ski bags called — some would say, appropriately — Douchebags.

Long story short, he's made a helluva name for himself in the automotive community for his Lamborghini Gallardo, Audi R8 and his Lamborghini Murcielago SV that he specially rigged to hold ski equipment. They looked funky and typically boasted an interesting wrap, which is an Olsson trait.

Usually once a year there's something interesting to report from Olsson's world. This year it appears he has formed a partnership with Audi and has gotten his hands on the all-new RS6 Avant. As one would expect, it's wrapped in a white camouflage a la last year's Gallardo.

Before he takes delivery a couple of mods are in order, such as an exhaust and new suspension. Aside from that, Olsson says the vehicle has been very impressive and the only other vehicle that's blown his mind like it has been the Koenigsegg Agera R. Bold claim.

That said, get a look at 'er below.

Before I pick it up Stertman Motorsport is going to work their magic and give this thing some extra love. I have yet to decide exactly what to do, but I do know that a Milltek exhaust will be fitted as well as some dumped suspension by H&R, but we all know I like power and I am sure that when it leaves Stertman it will be a beast! Well it already is to be honest! I have never jumped into a stock car and have it blow my mind, this truly is the most impressive car I have ever driven, the only car that came close to impress me as much was the Agera R, so I think that says a lot! ;-)

Jon Olsson Picks Up A New Ride, Expect To See An Audi RS6 Avant Tearing Up The Slopes

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