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These are the most powerful estates ever made for the public roads.

The Most Powerful Estates Ever

Ferrari GTC4Lusso (2016-)

With a total power output of 681 BHP, the Ferrari GTC4Lusso takes first place.
It's a 2 door 4WD Estate with 4 seats and a front-mounted 6.3L V12 engine.
It is also joint 1st in The Fastest Estates Ever.

Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid S-Turismo (971) (2017-)

With a total power output of 671 BHP, the Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid S-Turismo takes second place.
It's a 5 door AWD Estate with 5 seats and a front-mounted 4L V8 Bi-Turbo engine.
It is also joint 1st in The Fastest Accelerating Estates Ever.

Ferrari FF (2011-2016)

With a total power output of 651 BHP, the Ferrari FF takes third place.
It's a 2 door 4WD Estate with 4 seats and a front-mounted 6.3L V12 engine.
It is also joint 1st in The Fastest Estates Ever.

Mercedes E 63 AMG S Estate 4MATIC+ (S213) (2017-)

With a total power output of 604 BHP, the Mercedes E 63 AMG S Estate 4MATIC+ takes fouth place.
It's a 5 door AWD Estate with 5 seats and a front-mounted 4L V8 Bi-Turbo engine.
It is also joint 3rd in The Fastest Accelerating Estates Ever.

Ferrari GTC4Lusso T (2016-)

With a total power output of 602 BHP, the Ferrari GTC4Lusso T takes fifth place.
It's a 2 door 4WD Estate with 4 seats and a front-mounted 3.9L V8 Bi-Turbo engine.
It is also 4th in The Fastest Estates Ever.

Alpina B5 Bi-Turbo Touring AWD (G31) (2017-)

With a total power output of 600 BHP, the Alpina B5 Bi-Turbo Touring AWD takes sixth place.
It's a 5 door AWD Estate with 5 seats and a front-mounted 4.4L V8 Bi-Turbo engine.
It is also 2nd in The Fastest Accelerating Alpinas Ever.

Audi RS6 performance cod Avant (C7) (2015-2018)

With a total power output of 597 BHP, the Audi RS6 performance cod Avant takes seventh place.
It's a 5 door AWD Estate with 5 seats and a front-mounted 4L V8 Bi-Turbo engine.
It is also joint 5th in The Most Powerful Audis Ever.

Audi RS 6 Avant (C8) (2019-)

With a total power output of 591 BHP, the Audi RS 6 Avant takes eighth place.
It's a 5 door AWD Estate with 5 seats and a front-mounted 4L V8 Bi-Turbo engine.
It is also joint 5th in The Fastest Accelerating Estates Ever.

Mercedes E 63 AMG S Estate 4MATIC (S212) (2013-2014)

With a total power output of 577 BHP, the Mercedes E 63 AMG S Estate 4MATIC takes joint ninth place.
It's a 5 door AWD Estate with 5 seats and a front-mounted 5.5L V8 Bi-Turbo engine.
It is also joint 8th in The Fastest Accelerating Estates Ever.

Mercedes CLS 63 AMG S Shooting Brake 4Matic (W218) (2013-2017)

With a total power output of 577 BHP, the Mercedes CLS 63 AMG S Shooting Brake 4Matic takes joint ninth place.
It's a 5 door AWD Estate with 5 seats and a front-mounted 5.5L V8 Bi-Turbo engine.
It is also joint 8th in The Fastest Accelerating Estates Ever.

Audi RS6 Avant (C6) (2008-2011)

With a total power output of 572 BHP, the Audi RS6 Avant takes eleventh place.
It's a 5 door AWD Estate with 5 seats and a front-mounted 5L V10 Bi-Turbo engine.
It is also joint 10th in The Most Powerful Audis Ever.

Mercedes E 63 AMG Estate 4MATIC+ (S213) (2017-)

With a total power output of 563 BHP, the Mercedes E 63 AMG Estate 4MATIC+ takes twelfth place.
It's a 5 door AWD Estate with 5 seats and a front-mounted 4L V8 Bi-Turbo engine.
It is also joint 5th in The Fastest Accelerating Estates Ever.

Cadillac CTS-V Wagon (2011-2014)

With a total power output of 556 BHP, the Cadillac CTS-V Wagon takes thirteenth place.
It's a 5 door RWD Estate with 5 seats and a front-mounted 6.2L V8 Supercharged engine.
It is also joint 2nd in The Fastest Cadillacs Ever.

Audi RS6 cod Avant (C7) (2014-2018)

With a total power output of 552 BHP, the Audi RS6 cod Avant takes joint fourteenth place.
It's a 5 door AWD Estate with 5 seats and a front-mounted 4L V8 Bi-Turbo engine.
It is also joint 15th in The Fastest Accelerating Estates Ever.

Audi RS6 Avant (C7) (2013-2014)

With a total power output of 552 BHP, the Audi RS6 Avant takes joint fourteenth place.
It's a 5 door AWD Estate with 5 seats and a front-mounted 4L V8 Turbo engine.
It is also joint 15th in The Fastest Accelerating Estates Ever.

Mercedes E 63 AMG Estate 4MATIC (S212) (2013-2016)

With a total power output of 549 BHP, the Mercedes E 63 AMG Estate 4MATIC takes joint sixteenth place.
It's a 5 door AWD Estate with 5 seats and a front-mounted 5.5L V8 Bi-Turbo engine.
It is also joint 12th in The Fastest Accelerating Estates Ever.

Mercedes CLS 63 AMG Shooting Brake 4Matic (W218) (2013-2017)

With a total power output of 549 BHP, the Mercedes CLS 63 AMG Shooting Brake 4Matic takes joint sixteenth place.
It's a 5 door AWD Estate with 5 seats and a front-mounted 5.5L V8 Bi-Turbo engine.
It is also joint 12th in The Fastest Accelerating Estates Ever.

Mercedes CLS 63 AMG Shooting Brake Edition 1 (W218) (2012-2013)

With a total power output of 549 BHP, the Mercedes CLS 63 AMG Shooting Brake Edition 1 takes joint sixteenth place.
It's a 5 door RWD Estate with 5 seats and a front-mounted 5.5L V8 Bi-Turbo engine.
It is also joint 25th in The Fastest Accelerating Estates Ever.

Mercedes E 63 AMG Estate Performance Package (S212) (2011-2013)

With a total power output of 549 BHP, the Mercedes E 63 AMG Estate Performance Package takes joint sixteenth place.
It's a 5 door RWD Estate with 5 seats and a front-mounted 5.5L V8 Bi-Turbo engine.
It is also joint 25th in The Fastest Accelerating Estates Ever.

Porsche Panamera Turbo Sport Turismo (971) (2017-)

With a total power output of 542 BHP, the Porsche Panamera Turbo Sport Turismo takes joint twentieth place.
It's a 5 door AWD Estate with 5 seats and a front-mounted 4L V8 Bi-Turbo engine.
It is also 7th in The Fastest Estates Ever.

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Last updated on 10th September, 2019
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