You can also drive the RS3 and TT RS.
A very limited number of 2017 models will be produced.
The big news is the improved turbo inline five-cylinder under the hood.
TT RS who? The RS3 brings five cylinders to the party, too.
Audi could finally be bringing a nearly 400-horsepower RS3 Sedan to the US market some time in 2017, according to a new report.
Last year, we reported that Audi was exploring other engines for the R8. This report may confirm the V6 is coming, along with other interesting tidbits.
Rumors are popping up that Audi is getting ready to smack down the Mercedes CLA45 AMG by bringing a 400-plus-horsepower RS3 Sedan to America.
Evo takes the Audi RS3 and Volkswagen Golf R to the track to find out whether extra muscle is worth the RS3's added price.
Fans of compact, European vehicles that mix luxury and performance should be in paradise right now. There's already the 320-horsepower M235i from BMW and the 355-hp CLA45 AMG (or A45 elsewhere) from Mercedes-Benz, but you can now add one more to the list. Meet the Audi RS3 Sportback, which boasts 362 hp and five doors, too.
It's almost late May, and you know what that means: the last of the snow has melted, the Stanley Cup playoffs are in full swing, the flowers are blooming, and the performance-car faithful are descending on Wörthersee in Austria for the annual GTI-Treffen.
A sure-fire way of adding excitement to any Audi is removing the "A" from its model name and replacing it with "RS." Take the RS4, RS5, RS6 and RS7 as proof of this fact. Of course, the transformation from "A" to "RS" wouldn't be complete with a huge bump in power, a far more sporting suspension, enhanced brakes and a more aggressive styling treatment.
There's a war being waged in Europe for the highest output from the smallest displacement. Alfa Romeo has managed to squeeze 240 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque out of a 1.7-liter turbo four for the 4C. Mercedes-Benz has coaxed 355 hp and 332 lb-ft out of a 2.0-liter turbo four to drive the new A45 AMG, CLA45 AMG and GLA45 AMG. But not to be outdone, the Volkswagen Group is said to be working on one of its own that will put both to shame.