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Audi RS 3:
The RS3’s mechanicals and MQB platform are largely shared with the $65,875 Audi TT RS, including the thrilling, 400-hp turbocharged 2.5-liter five-cylinder. The kicker for shelling out roughly $11K more than for a 292-hp four-cylinder S3, the five is revised and now features an aluminum block (versus the previous version’s cast-iron piece) and both port and direct fuel injection. The upshot is that the engine is more powerful and 57 pounds lighter than before, removing critical weight from the car’s nose for a front-to-rear weight bias of 57.7/42.3 percent. Put your foot down and there’s a brief pause before the transversely oriented engine’s honking turbocharger spools up a maximum of 19.8 psi of boost, helping to deliver 354 lb-ft of torque at just 1700 rpm. The five-pot then yowls excitedly to its 7000-rpm fuel cutoff to churn out its full complement of 400 horsepower.
The standard seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission fortifies the RS3’s flexibility on the road, being both effortlessly smooth when cruising and happy to sharply rifle through the gears to keep the engine on boil when the car is driven aggressively. And its highly effective launch-control system makes the wee Audi a stoplight-racing champ: Simply toggle the transmission and the stability-control system to their Sport modes, floor both pedals until the engine is holding at about 3500 rpm, and release the brake to catapult off the line as quickly as some Porsche 911s. Audi doesn’t quote specific front-to-rear torque splits for the Quattro all-wheel-drive system, but the quickness with which it shuttles power fore and aft makes the RS3 eminently controllable at its handling limit.
Despite a 277-pound weight penalty, this sedan sacrifices almost nothing to the TT RS coupe in terms of raw performance: The RS3 is but 0.1 second slower to 60 mph (a blistering 3.5 seconds) and covers the quarter-mile with similarly disorienting verve (11.9 at 117 mph). The numbers also make it 0.3 and 0.4 second quicker (and 4 mph faster) than its primary rival—the Mercedes-AMG CLA45 sedan—and place it well ahead of a BMW M2.
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What It Is: A detailed look at the second generation of the gorgeous Audi A5, the better-looking brother to the four door A4. Audi will continue to offer the A5 in coupe and cabriolet forms in the U.S., while Europe will again be treated to the five door Sportback model. Like the next gen 2015 A4, the new A5 will feature cutting-edge telematics and assistance systems; a futuristic interior; and tech gadgetry including full-LED headlights, a head-up display, and autonomous driving functionality.
Why It Matters: Audi has led the segment along with BMW since the A5 was introduced in 2007, but never has the competition been this fierce. If the A5 is to maintain its place at the top of the heap, it must place further emphasis on sportiness and its designers will need to improve upon an already spectacular shape—a tall order, indeed.
You see, the outgoing car is a favorite of Volkswagen Group chief designer Walter de’Silva, and therefore penning the second-gen car carries with it prestige but also massive pressure. We understand that the brand was open to completely re-inventing the A5 design from the ground up, but an evolution of the original ultimately prevailed.
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Audi’s lineup of hatchbacked sedans is being refreshed for 2016. Having already driven the updated A7 and RS7, it’s time for us to focus on the model those cars bracket: the S7. It receives cosmetic and mechanical updates that seem minor but go a long way toward making a great car even better.
On the outside, the current model’s boxy front fascia with its near-rectangular lower air intakes has been replaced by a treatment that’s just as sporty but more elegant. The new LED head- and taillamps of the A7 and RS7 are here, too, while the S-trademark quadruple exhaust pipes remain.
Under the hood, the S7’s twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V-8 has gone to the gym, muscling up from 420 horsepower to a nice, fat 450. Torque is unchanged, but 406 lb-ft should do the trick for just about anyone. If the engine sounds familiar, that’s because it spreads far and wide across the Audi lineup (as well as Bentley), finding a home in the engine bay of the S6 and RS7, among other models. But it has a different, less rowdy character here than in the RS car. The power is delivered forcefully, sure, but without the raucous bellow and rawness of the RS7. Its smooth and seamless character belies how quick this car is once you cane the thing, and the S7 charges easily up to a governed 155-mph top speed.
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When Audi set out to design the new 2017 A4, focus went to technology, efficiency, and looks. The new A4 is as much as 265 pounds lighter than the outgoing model thanks to a mix of body materials and lightweight construction. Although the new model is lighter, it is slightly larger and has a lineup of efficient engines with reduced CO2 emissions. Along with the mechanical improvements, the automaker has updated its infotainment system and driver assistant technologies, giving customers an added sense of luxury.In Europe, the 2017 Audi A4 will launch with seven engines, including three TFSI gas and four TDI diesel variants (European-spec A4 sedans and Avant wagons are shown here). To compete with the U.S.-spec BMW 328d, Americans might even get an A4 with a turbodiesel-four. Although the 2017 A4 will offer more power , a new combustion method on gas engines has helped fuel consumption decrease by as much as 21 percent. In the U.S., the outgoing 2016 Audi A4 in 2.0T form is good for 24/31 mpg city/highway with front-wheel drive and 21/30 mpg with all-wheel drive and an eight-speed automatic. Audi has also upgraded its seven-speed automatic (and it’s now available with front-wheel drive), as well as its eight-speed auto and six-speed manual. Automatic transmissions now feature a freewheeling function where wheel-selective torque control lessens the workload of the front-wheel drive and Quattro drive. The S tronic will now be offered for front-wheel-drive models, and the new TDI will feature the optional sport differential on the rear axle starting next year.
Good thing, meet small package—the Audi S3 blends high-performance and high-tech know-how into a zesty compact sedan. With accurate (albeit lightly weighted) steering, plus all-wheel drive and a sport-tuned suspension, it’s a charming and eager companion. The 2.0-liter turbo four makes 306 hp; a seven-speed automatic is standard. Passengers are treated to comfortable and supportive seats. A 12.3-inch driver-oriented display provides everything from vehicle speed to navigation functions. With nearly 300 hp, Quattro all-wheel drive and a six-speed transmission, the S3 is the small sporty sedan most of us here would choose. Its perfect balance of performance, comfort and technology acknowledges that not everyone wants their driving machine to be one-dimensional.
Instead, Audi’s engineers fiddled with the suspension, steering, and all-wheel-drive systems, and the ride-and-handling package is really the stuff you’ll stay for, even if you come for the engine. The decision-making for the BorgWarner (née Haldex V) all-wheel-drive system’s electronically controlled multiplate clutch is now handled by the same electronic brain as the stability control, traction control, ABS, and more.
It means that all the decisions about the S3’s handling, ride, and stability are now made in one spot, from one set of data, at the same time. So the same brain that decides when to wake up the rear diff also decides how much work to give it, how much traction each tire can handle, and when grip is getting a bit iffy. It’s meant to make the car react more quickly and cohesively, and it works. Reworked differentials also play a role, with both the front and rear diffs now capable of taking 100 percent of the engine’s power and torque. That alone would give the car’s electronic brain a wider range of torque-management options. Audi doesn’t make much fuss about it, but the electrohydraulic steering programming has been changed, too.