Tuned Audi RS3 fights against BMW M2 CS and Mercedes-AMG A45 S in drag racingAugust 9, 2020
A team of enthusiasts from the YouTube channel carwow decided to test whether the upgraded version of the Audi RS3, thanks to its additional power, can overtake the BMW M2 CS and Mercedes-AMG A45 S in a straight line race.
In our article today, we want to talk about the three most powerful premium compact cars from the famous German cars. These are the BMW M2 CS, Audi RS3 and Mercedes-AMG A45 S (pictured above). These cars offer tremendous dynamic performance, as well as low weight, a fairly short wheelbase, as a result of which they can boast of good maneuverability. So which of the German troika made the faster car? Representatives of YouTune-channel Carwow tried to answer this question.
Let’s start with the Bavarian new BMW M2 CS, which is based on the impressive M2 Competition and has the same engine as the more powerful BMW M4 Competition, as well as carbon fiber trim, updated suspension and a brake package.
This powerful coupe packs 450 horsepower under the bonnet and allows the tiny BMW to go from 0 to 100 km / h in just 3.8 seconds. The new M2 CS can rightfully be called one of the most exciting BMWs of today.
Newest car Mercedes-AMG A45 S with 421 hp – the world’s most powerful compact hot hatch. The 2.0-liter inline 4-cylinder A45 S engine is one of the most impressive engines built by Mercedes-AMG. The A45 sends all the power through an 8-speed dual-clutch transmission to the all-wheel drive system.
Finally, we have the new Audi RS3 car, which has a turbocharged inline 5-cylinder engine under the hood, producing 394 horsepower as standard. The car in question in this video has been slightly tuned and now has 450 hp. The tuners installed a more efficient intake system, an intercooler, and also slightly reconfigured the electronic engine control unit.
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