2017 Audi RS3 Sedan Proves Power And Beauty Can Go Together

The 2017 Audi RS3 is a car that is unique in a number of ways. It has beauty and power at the same time. It will also be the first Audi RS3 that would be available in the US. The 2017 Audi RS3 has beauty and power to match.

The Audi RS3 is a sedan that has a big engine, and this engine has more than enough power to drive it. The engine is a 2.5 liter, five-cylinder engine that can give out 400 hp. Audi Sports development head Stephen Reil has said the five-cylinder engine has been chosen since it gives better drivability.

The looks of the Audi RS3 shows an aggressive line to match its power. The front headlights slant down to center to show that it means business. Large air intakes under the radiator grill aren't there for show, but it is to feed aid into its engine. The overall front shows that of a mean car on the road.

The interior has leather seats and a sports steering wheel. The Virtual Cockpit digital instrument screen would also be available for the US model, according to Car and Driver. The screen provides information about the car, some of which are specific to the Audi RS3.

With the car having much power, it gives it the speed it needs. The RS3 can go up to 100 kph in just 4.1 seconds. The top speed limit is at 250 kph, though it can be raised to as much as 280 kph, per  GT Spirit .  The RS3 has better handling with changes made to its suspension.

The Audi RS3 has the RS sports suspension, giving it a lower 25 mm ride than the Audi A3. This gives the car a rigid but not too stiff ride, which is to be expected on a car that is made so much for sport as it is for a relaxing cruise. The suspension is just about right for a car that could be used on the track.

The 2017 Audi RS3 is a sporty car that blends beauty and power together. It would be a good competition to other cars in its category. One car that can rival it is the 2017 Honda Civic Type R.

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