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Audi RS Q3 2013 - 2016Audi RS Q3 2013 - 2016Audi RS Q3 2013 - 2016Audi RS Q3 2013 - 2016Audi RS Q3 2013 - 2016Audi RS Q3 2013 - 2016Audi RS Q3 2013 - 2016Audi RS Q3 2013 - 2016Audi RS Q3 2013 - 2016Audi RS Q3 2013 - 2016Audi RS Q3 2013 - 2016Audi RS Q3 2013 - 2016Audi RS Q3 2013 - 2016Audi RS Q3 2013 - 2016Audi RS Q3 2013 - 2016
The most important role in this car is given to the engine - 2.5 L five-cylinder engine is the same as in the RS3 model. This powerplant achieves 420 Nm of torque and 306 hp - slightly less than the RS3 or TT RS models, which have 335 hp. Externally, the RS Q3 differs from the standard Q3 with aggressive bumpers with huge openings, a rear window spoiler and one huge exhaust pipe at the rear. Sitting behind the wheel may involve the strange feeling of sitting behind the wheel of an RS model, but the seating is unusually high. Here you will definitely feel the pleasantly enveloping seats, which are comfortable enough, by the way. The steering may be a little too light, and the corners tilt a little more than expected, but the all-wheel drive system is admirable. Still, it’s a parquet SUV, not a sports car. Although the car's suspension is 25 mm lower than the standard Q3, all other aspects of practicality have remained - the car is easy to get in and out of, it has a 356-liter boot that can be increased to 1,261 liters.
This is the first Audi crossover to receive the honorable RS badge.
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BODYWORK 2.5 TFSI quattro (310 Hp) S tronic
Body type SUV
Number of doors 5
Number of seats 5
Luggage capacity, litres 356
Fuel type Petrol
Fuel system Direct injection
Engine type Cylinders inline Turbine
Position of engine Front, transversely
Engine capacity, cc 2480
Cylinders/valves 5/n/d
Power output, bhp/kW/rpm 310/231/5200
Torque, Nm/rpm 420/1500
Acceleration 0-62 mph, s 5.2
Top speed 250 km/h (155 mph)
Drive wheels All
Steering type Electric
Gearbox Automatic
7 gears
Length, mm 4410
Width, mm 1841
Height, mm 1580
Weight/Max Weight, kg n/d/2215
Wheelbase, mm 2603
Front suspension McPherson
Rear suspension Multi-link independent
Front brakes Ventilated disc ABS
Rear brakes Ventilated disc ABS
Front tires 255/40 R19
Rear tires 255/40 R19
Urban 12.2 l/100km (23 mpg)
Extra urban 6.9 l/100km (41 mpg)
Combined 8.8 l/100km (32 mpg)
CO2 emissions, g/km n/d
Fuel tank capacity, litres 64
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Type 1990 s2000 s2010 s2020 s
  Subcompact   A1A1
  Compact  A3A3A3A3
 S3 S3S3
   RS 3 RS 3
  Mid-size B4A4A4A4A4A4
S2 S4S4S4S4S4
 RS 2 RS 4 RS 4  RS 4 RS 4
  Large 100A6A6A6A6  
 S6 S6S6S6S6
  RS 6 RS 6 RS 6RS 6
  Executive  A8A8A8A8
 S8 S8 S8 S8
  Coupe CoupeCoupe  A5A5
  RS 5 RS 5
  Four door coupe   A5 SportbackA5 Sportback
   RS 7RS 7
  Convertible  Cabriolet  CabrioletCabriolet   
  Mini crossover    Q3Q3
   RS Q3 RS Q3
  Crossover  AllroadA6 allroad quattroA6 allroad quattro 
  A4 allroadA4 allroad quattro
   A6 allroad quattro
  Large crossover    Q8
   RS Q8
  Mid-size SUV   Q5Q5
  Large SUV   Q7Q7
  Mini MPV  A2   
  Sports car   R8R8
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