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در September - 29 - 2016

Audi RS3 Sedan Shakes Its 400 HP Engine In Paris

Introduced in 2011, the became the company’s most affordable high-performance car. However, it was only made available in the five-door body styles, with the which was launched in 2013, still waiting for its RS badge. The wait ended at the where unveiled its smallest performance sedan to date. But despite being small, the has a five-cylinder heart that pumps out a massive 400 horsepower.

Developed to grab some market share from the the new RS3 Sedan was built on the same recipe that gave birth to the Audi slapped a menacing body kit onto the and replaced the mild and efficient four-pot engines with a beefed-up version of its already iconic 2.5-liter five-cylinder unit. The end result is remarkable, with the sedan having 400 horsepower and 354 pound-feet of torque at its disposal, 25 horses more than its badged competitor. It’s also quick too, needing only 4.1 seconds to hit 62 mph from a standing start. Its top speed is also impressive at 174 mph, but this is only available when the 155-mph limited is removed optionally.

Highlights continue beyond the engine, which is 57 pounds lighter than its predecessor, with an updated dual-clutch transmission and Quattro AWD system, wheel-selective torque control, progressive steering, and carbon-ceramic front brakes.

Styling-wise, the has a rather subdued appearance beyond the blacked-out chrome, the honeycomb grille mesh, and the larger intakes. Inside, there’s a seven-inch MMI screen, sporty instrument dials, a boost pressure indicator, and as expected on a performance-oriented car, a lap time. This setup can be replaced by a fully digital instrument cluster if you’re not planning to set any Nurburgring records.

Continue reading for the full story.



Audi RS3 Sedan Shakes Its 400 HP Engine In Paris

Introduced in 2011, the became the company’s most affordable high-performance car. However, it was only made available in the five-door body styles, with the which was launched in 2013, still waiting for its RS badge. The wait ended at the where unveiled its smallest performance sedan to date. But despite being small, the has a five-cylinder heart that pumps out a massive 400 horsepower.

Developed to grab some market share from the the new RS3 Sedan was built on the same recipe that gave birth to the Audi slapped a menacing body kit onto the and replaced the mild and efficient four-pot engines with a beefed-up version of its already iconic 2.5-liter five-cylinder unit. The end result is remarkable, with the sedan having 400 horsepower and 354 pound-feet of torque at its disposal, 25 horses more than its badged competitor. It’s also quick too, needing only 4.1 seconds to hit 62 mph from a standing start. Its top speed is also impressive at 174 mph, but this is only available when the 155-mph limited is removed optionally.

Highlights continue beyond the engine, which is 57 pounds lighter than its predecessor, with an updated dual-clutch transmission and Quattro AWD system, wheel-selective torque control, progressive steering, and carbon-ceramic front brakes.

Styling-wise, the has a rather subdued appearance beyond the blacked-out chrome, the honeycomb grille mesh, and the larger intakes. Inside, there’s a seven-inch MMI screen, sporty instrument dials, a boost pressure indicator, and as expected on a performance-oriented car, a lap time. This setup can be replaced by a fully digital instrument cluster if you’re not planning to set any Nurburgring records.

Continue reading for the full story.


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Audi RS3 Sedan Shakes Its 400 HP Engine In Paris

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