2019 AUDI RS3 ENGINE SPECS & REVIEW
2019 Audi RS3. Based on the new Hatchback A3, the RS3 Sportback adds extra strength to its predecessor to keep it firmly in the hot hatching market and features new design adjustments. If you love the Audi RS3 Sportback, then you will fall in love with the new sedan swing, described as the most aggressive sedan ever in the S3 lineup. In fact, it is the first sedan ever to carry the Nametag Ras. The good news does not end there; unlike many Rs models, the 2019 Audi RS3 sedan comes to the states. This model was unveiled at the recent Paris Motor Show.
Many people will not accept that this model is the first RS3 sedan ever. This is because the model is based on the RS3 Sportback and as such, the sedan is almost similar to sport except the rear. Through the inspiration of Sportback, Audi was able to craft the most aggressive S3 car ever. Typical features of the router are in the front end. To get started, the sedan comes with one grille frame that features a honeycomb network. The Quattro logo is placed at the bottom of the grid. There is also a fixed black blade above the splitter. It runs across the width of the front fascia, all the way to the side air vents. Like Sportback, the Sedan grille is surrounded by LED headlamps but with a new design.
Custom headlights incorporate custom ds. Customers can choose the LED Matrix units. On the wings, the sedan features wheel-mounted bows, side-mounted borsed mirrors and window trim, Beaver side skirts, huge brake calipers bearing the Rs logo as well as a set of rims. The diffuser is huge with vertical fins that enhance its aerodynamics. The rear is also characterized by double oval tail lamps. The 2019 Audi RS3 badge on the left rear light complements the sporty appearance of the sedan, where it will meet a cabin identical to the S3. However, the 2019 Audi RS3 adds some unique features that are synonymous with the “rs” logo. In the front, there is a flat-bottom sports steering wheel wrapped in nappa leather and rs logos.
The front seats come with a heavier boost. Buyers who want to experience RS3 on the tracks can choose more fit seats that also feature head restraints. These seats also feature a diamond upholstery , On the other hand, the instrument panel as well as the door panels have a styling similar to the new Q5, 2019 Audi RS3 featuring a new Audi virtual cockpit that has a 12.3-inch TFT screen in place for the traditional measurement range. In normal mode, the display displays the speedometer and tachometer But converted to the status of the information In addition, the MMI helps the driver to choose from three display modes that include special mode where the tachometer is in the center while the torque, tire pressure and g – Troop wing forces on both sides. The entertainment information system is controlled by a rotary button on the central console.
There is also a touchpad to zoom in, scroll and write. Other features include a LTE module when Audi is selected to connect. It adds Google Earth as well as Google Street View, and information about traffic, weather and others. 2019 Audi RS3 also offers inductive charging phone. For lovers of cars, the sedan is equipped with a Pang & Olufsen sound system consisting of 14 earphones, and 705 watts standard. In terms of safety, the sedan has been equipped with a range of driving aids such as front-side warning system, pedestrian control system, traffic jam help in adapting to cruise control, backlighting – traffic monitoring via, stop-go and braking in cases Emergency.
2019 Audi RS3‘s more preserver, but it’s also more powerful. Under the hood is a 2.5 liter turbocharged five-cylinder rework engine, now producing 395 bhp and 480 nm torque. This is an extra 33 bhp on the new tap and the engine is 26 kg lighter than the old, thanks to the weight-saving material like the new aluminum crank the case. That 395 bhp power figure means that Mercedes copies its rival by 19 bhp. 0-62 mph being sent in 4.1 seconds, and although the top speed is limited to 155 mph Audi can reach the specified threshold to 174 mph upon request. In terms of fuel economy Audi claims 34 mpg, with exhaust emissions rated at 189 g / km CO2.
The power is sent to the wheels via a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox that drives the quattro four-wheel drive with variable torque distribution. For the standard Hatchback A3, 2019 Audi RS3 sets are 25 mm lower and boasts a wider – 20 mm wider track in the front axle. 19-inch wheels are home to brake discs that are 310mm in front and rear diameter. The 2019 Audi RS3 is marked by a large black honey grille at the front, complemented by a more aggressive front apron with larger openings. There is a small rear wing and circular window at the back, with two large oval exits exiting from the rear bumper.
Audi is still editing information pricing from the 2019 Audi RS3 but considering the S3 base has a leash of $42,900 in the US, the RS3 is likely to retail at about $55,000, a 30% premium on the S version. This model will beat the dealerships In the summer of 2018. 2019 Audi RS3 car competitors include 2019 BMW M2 car.