Audi RS Q8 fights drag with RS4 Avant and RS Q3May 30, 2020
Bloggers compare the dynamic characteristics of three Audi RS
Carwow’s YouTube channel watched a competition between three new Audi “charged” four-wheel drive – a five-cylinder RS Q3 Sportback cross-coupe, a six-cylinder RS4 Avant station wagon and an eight-cylinder RS Q8 crossover. Duelists were checked in drag, starting “on the move” and measured the effectiveness of braking.
The Audi RS Q8 crossover is the most powerful, heavy and expensive among the presented models – under the hood is a 600-horsepower (800 Nm) twin-turbo V8, the mass reaches 2300 kilograms, and the price in the UK starts from 104 thousand pounds
The Audi RS Q3 Sportback cross-coupe is equipped with an in-line “turbo five” with a capacity of 400 horsepower and a torque of 480 Nm. The compact all-terrain vehicle is 600 kilograms lighter than the RS Q8, and half the price – the price in the United Kingdom starts at 53 thousand pounds.
The Audi RS4 station wagon weighs 1,750 kilograms and is equipped with a 2.9-liter 450-horsepower (600 Nm) twin-supercharged V6. Updated two-volume is from 65 thousand pounds
According to the results of the 402-meter race, the race “on the move” when starting from 79 kilometers per hour and measuring braking performance at a speed of 113 kilometers per hour, three different winners were revealed. The fight in drag on a quarter-mile distance turned out to be tight: 0.1 seconds separated the two leaders.
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