The prototype of the “charged” crossover Audi RS Q3 seen at the Nurburgring

The prototype of the “charged” crossover Audi RS Q3 seen at the Nurburgring

May 8, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

On the Nürburgring race track, a prototype of the high-performance Audi RS Q3 crossover was seen. Though the car was covered with camouflage film, we still already know what the novelty will look like. The crossover will be officially launched later this year.

Just as we are waiting for, when Volkswagen finally introduces the high-performance crossover Tiguan R, we also strive to see its more powerful relative from Audi. We are talking about a very powerful crossover RS ​​Q3, which, as we know, will be officially presented before the end of the year. That is how it can be judged on the basis of the published graph of the appearance of brand models. This document was published by the Spanish division of the company at the end of January.

The confirmed debut of the “hot” RS Q3 in Europe in 2019 is a surprise, considering that Audi has not yet introduced a less powerful version of the SQ3.

We have seen a lot of prototypes parading 4 S-specific tailpipes of the exhaust system, but now there is not a word about when the official debut will take place. The car may be unveiled in the coming months.

  The partially disguised prototype of the high-performance Audi RS Q3 was again spotted on the Nürburgring race track. Camouflage does not really hide anything, and we can see what looks like a complete serial body with more powerful wheel arches and massive air intakes. Large brake calipers on the front axle, along with oval tailpipes for the exhaust system, as well as reduced ground clearance for the sake of improved handling, are clear signs that this is not the usual version of a luxury crossover.

  It is expected that under the hood of the long-awaited novelty will be 2.5-liter unit with 400 horsepower. Quattro all-wheel drive will work with an automatic transmission.

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