2018 Audi RS3 both of which were hatchbacks powered by turbocharged five-cylinder engines featuring a cast-iron block. Audi as a limited special edition turned from the one that made its debut in basically transplanted the same power plant in the current hatch.
2018 Audi RS3 Performance
2018 Audi RS3 from its large front air intakes to its massive exhaust pipes and you know that means serious business with a turbocharged 400-hp 2.5-liter five-cylinder under the hood that has the muscle to support its menacing appearance. Its seven-speed dual-clutch automatic four-wheel torsion; we estimate that it will reach 60 mph in less than 4.0 seconds as a hatchback but come here only as a sedan the Audi RS3.
2018 Audi RS3 Interior
Audi RS3, while there is plenty of torque at low revs, there is also a remarkable hesitation as the thrust pressure builds. There is the chasm as an Audi turbo lag, but it is a reminder that the engine needs time to build at its peak momentum. Although we would have loved to be able to tell you about a manual gearbox, we also realize that this would probably have made the engine’s elastic responses more pronounced. Audi RS3 will offer the only one with a dual-clutch automatic seven-speed.