Turbocharged weapons bridge the gap between affordable performance machines and exotic supercars, and promise to be better than ever.
Audi has launched one of the most exciting cars on sale in Australia.
This Audi RS 3 performance car A favorite of the locals, it combines compact size with exciting performance and unmistakable exhaust sound.
The new model is expected to be better than ever.
Powered by the development of the same 2.5-liter five-cylinder engine as before, the new RS 3 produces 294 kW and 500 Nm-enough to reach 100 km/h in 3.8 seconds, and then accelerate at 290 km/h.
These are the supercar numbers from not too long ago.
Even better, the engine retains an alternative firing sequence that can be traced back to Audi’s early World Rally Championship success while mimicking the exotic soundtrack. Audi R8 powered by V10 Or Lamborghini Huracan.
Based on the new generation A3 and S3 hatchbacks and cars, The new machine benefits from improved connectivity and improvements. It is more spacious than before and is expected to be an excellent daily driver.
An improved digital instrument panel with a racing-style display is combined with the new car’s sports seats, flat-bottomed steering wheel and hoarse sports exhaust system.
Enthusiasts will welcome Audi to hear the news of criticism of previous models.
Spectacular straight line, the outgoing RS 3 is inferior to its competitors, such as BMW M2 When pushed to the limit in the curve.
The safety treatment, which tends to push its nose away from the apex of the corner, does not provide the kind of excitement that a keen driver seeks.
The new model should solve this problem with various changes, including a suspension with a more aggressive camber setting, and an option for super viscous Pirelli P-Zero Trofeo rubber.
Similar to the new active rear differential Mercedes-AMG A45 S Or the discontinued Ford Focus RS sends driving force to the outer rear wheels when cornering, which is expected to achieve pleasant tail handling in tight corners.
It even has a drift mode for closed-circuit pranks.
The Audi RS 3 will be launched locally in 2022 and will be available in two body styles: sedan and hatchback.
Local pricing has not yet been announced, but we don’t expect much change in the US$100,000 USD.
For a car the size of a Toyota Corolla, this is a lot of cash.
But the RS 3’s supercar soundtrack, surging acceleration, and dynamic promise may make it a worthwhile product for petrol heads.
Especially as Audi is increasingly focusing on electric vehicles, this indicates that the RS 3 may not be available for a long time.