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Present it! The Audi RS3 | drive it

This small car packs a lot of punch. The RS 3 Sportback is the youngest member of the dynamic RS family from Audi.The turbo-charged 2.5 liter, 5-cylinder engine has 450 newtonmeters of torque. It sprints from 0 to 100 kilometers an hour in 4.6 seconds and on average uses 9.1 liters of fuel per 100 kilometers. The 2.5 TFSI with a seven gear S tronic gearbox hugs the road thanks to quattro permanent all-wheel drive. Drive it! tests the Audi on the twists and turns of Monaco's roads.


 


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compare it! BMW 1-Series M vs. Audi RS3 | drive it
Two lightweight contenders with the punch of a heavyweight, as the BMW 1-Series M Coupé and the Audi RS3 face off. The dynamic duo certainly have one thing in common: a sumptuous output of 250 kilowatts.In the Audi's case it's delivered by the reborn legendary 5-cylinder engine, whose modern direct injection and turbocharger give it a peak torque of 450 Newton meters. That's matched by the BMW, albeit thanks to a 6-cylinder unit with twin turbochargers. An overBoost function can be activated to raise the torque by a further 50 Newton meters. Both make the dash from zero to 100 kilometers an hour in under 5 seconds.





Examine it! Electric Bicycles in a Crash Test | drive it
Electric bicycles are gaining in popularity in Germany, with double digit growth in recent years. But the new, faster bikes also pose safety risks. The electric bicycles can reach speeds of up to 45 kilometers an hour.Many people underestimate the speed of electric bikes with often fatal consequences. We join accident researchers from German insurers to see how electric bikes perform in crash tests.





Vintage. The Borgward Isabella Cabriolet | drive it
In 1954 carmaker Borgward launched its most popular model: the Isabella. Founder Carl Borgward had the sedan converted into a slick coupe specially for his wife. The latter caused such a commotion that the Borgward Isabella Coupé went into volume production in 1957. There was also another version.Body supplier Karl Deutsch was a popular choice at the time for converting regular sedans into flashy convertibles - and Borgward's Isabella was no exception. The result was a very exclusive affair, as only two dozen convertibles based on the Isabella coupé were built. Drive it! discovered one of these rare specimens.





Deluxe - Concrete Cube in Swiss Alps | euromaxx
Architect Patrick Gartmann invites us into his innovative home in Chur, Switzerland. The design won him a Swiss TV channel's architecture prize back in 2004.





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