The new Audi RS3 hatchback is a five-door Sportback, which showcased last fall at the Paris Motor Show. It has an updated Quattro all-wheel-drive system with a 400-horsepower turbocharged in-line five-cylinder engine. It also runs on a Seven-speed dual-clutch transmission from 0 to 60 mph in 4.1 seconds.
The new Audi Sportback is combined with a 26 kg crash diet, and 354 lb-ft of twist, which runs an impressive performance of 155 mph top speed, 189 g/km CO2 emissions and 34 mpg combined fuel consumption. The car is limited to 155 mph. However, a simple option can bump that up to 174 mph. It also offers a Seven-speed dual-clutch S-Tronic transmission with a turbocharged thrust.
It allows a greater 19-inch alloys practical package and pronounced sills along its flanks. The seats of hatchback are covered in black Nappa leather. It has a virtual cockpit and an exclusive RS Screen, which displays torque output, tire pressure, and g-forces.
It has a 4G LTE modem, which offers premium access to the car's infotainment. It also features Google Street View, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto. It provides fuel price information, along with Wi-Fi hotspot with support for multiple devices simultaneously. It has extra features such as handwriting recognition touchpad, lap timer, and Google Earth.
The Audi RS3 has the thrusting mode for greater comfort, including Dynamic, Auto and Comfort modes. It allows an excellent Quattro script across the front grille, which has 310 mm-diameter ceramic brake discs.
The front axle track is 0.8 inches wider and 1.0 inch lower to the ground. Its 12.2-inch brake discs control the space inside its wheels, and carbon-ceramic stoppers are perfectly superior gargantuan exhaust. It has an integrated wider track to fit wider rubber and stiffened suspension.
The Audi RS3 Sportback will go on sale in April. However, prices have yet to be announced. Many speculated that it would run around $58,064 directly converted.