On tests, the prototype of the updated Audi RS3 was first seenOctober 31, 2019
Judging by the published “spy” photos, the high-performance German novelty will receive a more aggressive front end and wide wings.
In May of this year, foreign journalists managed to capture the early prototype of the updated Audi RS3, which drove along the Nurburgring race track. True, then the car was “hiding” under the body of the current RS3, and only some signs, such as wider wheel arches, indicated that we still had the next generation of the model.
Now we have the first shots of the new RS3 in its native body.
The car is almost completely covered with camouflage film, but there are several places that camouflage can not hide. It seems that the engineers of the German brand decided to significantly change the current exterior of their “charged” hatchback. So, the wings have become wider, hinting that the new model will become wider. The front of the car received other headlights, a large false radiator grille and several other air intakes, which, as before, are on the bumper. Updates can be seen in the rear of the car – a new design of the rear lights, a modified lining of the rear of the bumper and a unique spoiler. Inside the “charged” RS3 should look very similar to the updated A3, which will be shown in March next year.
The next-generation Audi RS3 should receive an updated version of the current 2.5-liter turbocharged five-cylinder engine, with a capacity of 394+ horsepower. The official presentation of the next-generation Audi RS3 is likely to happen towards the end of next year.
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