Audi: Miracle of performance - The Audi RS 3 Sportback

With the new Audi RS 3 compact class reaches out for a new dimension of driving.

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The new Audi RS3 Sportback
The new Audi RS 3 quattro. This is not some concept car pictures, or a photshop editet Audi A3, this is the real, official and very first model of the brand new Audi RS 3, highly performed version of the S3. Just like it's brothers RS 2, RS 4, RS 5 and RS 6. It reaches 60 mph in amazing 4.6 seconds. 2,5 litres TFSI 5-cylindred engine. 340 bhp and 450 nm. 7-speed S-Tronic automatic gearbox Quattro four-wheel drive system LED daytime running lights 19" Carbonfibre stock wheels Exlusive Audi leather interior BOSE soundsystem Check out this link for more detailed information about the RS 3. http://www.audi.com/com/brand/en/models/a3/rs_3_sportback.html





Audi A3 hatchback (Sportback) 2003 - 2012 review - CarBuyer
Audi A3 hatchback 2014 review: http://bit.ly/1cvLxli Subscribe to the Carbuyer YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/17k4fct Subscribe to Auto Express: http://subscribe.autoexpress.co.uk/cb The Audi A3 is available in three and five-door bodystyles and is one of the best premium hatchbacks on the market. Thanks to its smart, understated design and superior build quality, it's desirable and hangs onto its value exceptionally well. A wide choice of engines is offered, plus manual, automatic and semi-automatic gearboxes - all of which are tough and reliable. A recent 2008 restyle made it look even sharper. The premium badge and smart styling are a big part of the A3's appeal. It's also good to drive, but while it's refined and well built its chassis lacks the sparkle of mainstream rivals like the Ford Focus. The A3's diesel engines offer great fuel economy and tend to be worth more second-hand. The five-door A3 Sportback builds on the appeal of the three-door hatchback. The only difference is a redesigned rear, that creates an extra 20 litres of boot space. You still get the same safe and predictable driving experience and a large choice of engines. The model is best suited to young families. Do you own this car? Let us know what you think about it with the Driver Power Survey http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/front_website/driverpower/2011





2012 Audi RS3 Sportback
Big performance in a small package: the Audi RS 3 Sportback Five-cylinder turbo delivering 250 kW (340 hp) and 450 Nm (331.90 lb-ft) of torque Zero to 100 km/h (62.14 mph) in 4.6 seconds, superior pulling power Seven-speed S tronic, quattro drive and 19-inch wheels Ingolstadt, November 22, 2010 -- Blazing performance, compact size. Audi has added a new model to its dynamic RS series: the RS 3 Sportback. In the great tradition of the brand, its engine boasts five cylinders and turbocharging technology. From a displacement of 2.5 liters come 250 kW (340 hp) of power and 450 Nm (331.90 lb-ft) of torque, with an average fuel consumption of just 9.1 liters of fuel per 100 km (25.85 US mpg). Power is transmitted to the road via a seven-speed S tronic and quattro permanent all-wheel drive. 19-inch wheels and fenders made of carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic (CFRP) underscore the Audi RS 3 Sportback's position of distinction. Power and sound: the engine Each Audi RS model represents the pinnacle of its model line -- the RS 3 Sportback, developed by quattro GmbH, now brings this dynamic philosophy to the compact category. It rockets from a dead stop to 100 km/h (62.14 mph) in 4.6 seconds -- a performance figure unrivaled by the competition. Top speed is electronically limited to 250 km/h (155.34 mph). Even so the compact car, weighing in at only 1,575 kilograms (3,472.28 pounds), uses on average just 9.1 liters of fuel per 100 km (25.85 US mpg) and emits 212 g CO2 per km (341.18 g/mile). This efficiency is due in large part to a delivery-on-demand oil pump and a regenerative system that recovers energy as the car decelerates. The 2.5-liter engine in the RS 3 Sportback will thrill passengers thanks to its tremendous pulling power and its voracious revving up to 6,800 rpm. The guttural roaring and growling, backed by the signature rhythm of the five-cylinder firing order make up the classic Audi soundtrack. A sound flap in the Exhaust branch intensifies the sound even further. The flap is controlled via the standard Sport button, which also varies the engine response. Powerful five-cylinder engines have a long legacy at Audi. In the 1980s, racing cars and production cars used them to edge out the competition. Even the first Audi RS model, the 1994 RS 2, had a five-cylinder engine. The 2.5-liter unit, already part of the TT RS specifications, now redefines the state of the art, having recently been named "International Engine of the Year" by a high-ranking jury of automotive journalists. The 2.5 TFSI delivers 250 kW (340 hp) from a displacement of 2,480 cc: a specific power output of 100.8 kW (137.1 hp) per liter. The maximum torque of 450 Nm (331.90 lb-ft) is readily available at the low end of the rev range, around 1,600 rpm, and remains constant up to 5,300 revolutions. These general parameters yield excellent acceleration and elasticity values.





Audi RS3 Sportback review
We drive the new Audi RS3 Sportback with five cylinder engine. The performance? 340 hp and 450 Nm! When driving this RS3, go to Monaco! High-res via http://www.abhd.nl/video/audi-rs3-sportback/




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