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    Que vergonha... Estes gajos matam o mercado automóvel nacional, é uma pena que assim seja.


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    Audi RS3 to have 367 HP, go on sale early next year

    Some potential new information has emerged about the Audi RS3.According to a couple of different sources, the model will be available as a five-door Sportback that features a turbocharged 2.5-liter five-cylinder engine with 367 HP (270 kW). It will reportedly be connected to a S tronic transmission and a quattro all-wheel drive system.

    There's no word on performance figures but the car could be offered with an optional dynamic package. It remains unclear what this package would contain but the name suggests it could improve the car's handling or styling.

    If everything pans out, the model will go up for pre-order in April 2015 and the first deliveries will occur in July 2015.



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    Que vergonha... Estes gajos matam o mercado automóvel nacional, é uma pena que assim seja.
    Será que este caso, será um daqueles em que compensa ir buscá-lo novo à alemanha? Os preços cá em Portugal são de facto ridiculos.

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    Audi A3 Clubsport Quattro concept

    Audi has revealed a spectacular new 518bhp version of its recently introduced A3 saloon that is set to underpin its display at this year’s Wörthersee fan meet in Austria later this month.

    The powered-up four-door, which goes under the name A3 Clubsport Quattro, is officially described as a concept. Audi development boss Ulrich Hackenberg has however hinted that elements of the new car will be seen on future production models, including an upcoming RS3 saloon slated for introduction in 2015.

    At the heart of the Audi’s latest high-powered concept car is a heavily reworked version of the German manufacturer's turbocharged 2.5-litre direct-injection petrol engine – as fitted to the RS3 and TT RS in recent years. The five-cylinder unit has been extensively redeveloped to achieve previously unattained factory levels of power and torque.
    Included among the modifications confirmed by Hackenberg is a larger turbocharger running 1.5bar of nominal boost pressure, a more efficient air-to-air intercooler and larger intake and exhaust manifolds.

    Power has increased by a whopping 183bhp over the standard specification engine, rising from 335bhp to 518bhp. This provides Audi’s traditional five-cylinder unit with a stunning specific output of 207bhp per litre. Torque is also up by 112lb ft, swelling to a peak of 443lb ft between 2300rpm and 6000rpm.
    With a claimed kerb weight of 1527kg, the new Audi concept boasts a power-to-weight ratio of 339bhp per tonne – exactly the same figure quoted for Audi’s range topping 542bhp 5.2-litre V10-powered R8 V10 Plus.
    The prodigious reserves are channelled to all four wheels via a beefed-up version of Audi’s seven-speed S-tronic dual clutch automatic gearbox featuring a unique final drive and integral launch control function. It works with an electro-hydraulic Haldex-style multi-plate clutch four-wheel drive system described as being "suitably modified" to handle the additional torque loading.
    Official performance claims suggest the A3 Clubsport quattro accelerates from 0-62mph in just 3.6sec and hits a top speed of 193mph, some 1.3sec and 38mph faster than Audi quotes for the 296bhp turbocharged 2.0-litre four-cylinder-powered S3 saloon.

    Among the changes brought to the A3’s standard MacPherson strut front and multi-link rear suspension is a 10mm reduction in nominal ride height and the adoption of firmer springs and dampers. In keeping with its extreme nature, the one-off concept also receives towering 21-inch wheels shod with ultra-low-profile 275/25 tyres.

    The big wheels house brakes boasting 370mm carbon-ceramic discs and multi-pot aluminium calipers at each corner. They operate in combination with an air brake function integrated into the spoiler housed in the rear edge of the boot lid. Electronically actuated, it is programmed to work at braking speeds above 155mph and is claimed to reduce stopping distances by up to 12 metres by allowing the braking system to allocate more braking power to the rear axle due to the increased downforce it generates.

    Building on the appearance of the standard S3, the A3 Clubsport Quattro receives a vivid Magnetic Blue paint scheme, a heavily restyled front bumper featuring a grille with a brushed aluminium frame and a high-gloss honeycomb insert, as well as sizeable air ducts, an integral carbonfibre splitter, distinctive LED headlights and widened front fenders.
    Further back, there are carbonfibre sills underneath the doors, smaller mirror housings, widened rear arches and a deeper rear bumper housing two sizeable round chromed tailpipes and a large diffuser. The standard fuel filler flap has also been replaced by a more stylish aluminium element.




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    S3 ABT








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    Essas jantes são maravilhosas

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    Já apareceu algum teste do Audi s1 contra rivais?

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    Top Gear drives the 520bhp Audi A3 - BBC Top Gear



    What is it?
    It might look like a mildly enraged A3 saloon with big, kerbable, fancy alloy wheels and some deft detailing. But it's not. This is the A3 Clubsport Quattro, and it's Audi's Crystal Ball of RS. It's also bloody mad.

    You mentioned RS. I'm interested.
    Thought you might be. It's the A3 Clubsport Quattro concept, built for the enthusiastic crowd of the annual Worthersee tuning event, and packing so many horsepowers you wonder if Audi has any left to spare for its other cars.

    How many horsepowers?
    520bhp. In any sane universe, a small, Audi saloon with nearly as much power as a V10 R8 supercar surely signals the collapse of civilisation and the coming of the Four Horsemen. And yet in this application, it sort of works.

    Before we get to that, some technical information. Under all the paint and bling, this is the new A3 saloon, which means the new MQB platform and all the weight-saving goodness that brings with it. Into this chassis is fitted Audi's venerable and now five-time International Engine of the Year winner (in the 2.0-litre to 2.5-litre class) 2.5-litre turbo. Then, it all goes a bit Looney Tunes.

    Though at heart the same engine you'll find in the Audi RS Q3, here it gets a much larger turbocharger with the capacity to pump out 1.5 bar of boost, a better, modified intercooler, a modified camshaft, a new intake and exhaust system and remapped ECU. Mention is made of the firing sequence - 1-2-4-5-3 - which gives the engine that distinctive RS snarl, and it's been hooked up to a seven-speed dual clutch gearbox and quattro all-wheel-drive. Obviously.

    So is it fast?
    You're better off asking what flavour you prefer your windows. The car has a specific output of 208bhp per litre, pushes out an impressive 443lb ft of torque, and because it weighs just 1527kg, boasts a power to weight ratio of 339bhp per tonne.

    0-62mph? You're looking at 3.6 seconds, which makes it faster than the RS6. Top speed? 192mph. One hundred and ninety two miles per hour in a car a whisker fatter than a VW Golf.

    So what's it like?
    Our time was limited to a few hot laps and some standing-start bursts of acceleration, so it all came in a blur. Plus we had the head of Quattro on board too - Heinz Hollerweger - so the impetus to not end up in a tree with a senior Audi director on board was paramount.

    From a standstill, you bury your right foot on the Clubsport's throttle and wait for everything to spool up and hook together. There's nothing. Then nothing. Then a little more nothing. Then, around 2,300rpm, everything goes ballistic. That monster turbo wakes up and punts you down the road with such savagery, you need to keep a steady eye on your surroundings. Lest you become part of them.

    It's a laggy thing, in a magnificently old-school way. And we kind of admire its honesty. Big turbo, big power, lots of lag, lots of speed. As expected, keep the revs in the cooking zone - between 2,300rpm and 6,000rpm - and you'll experience an addictive and impressive turn of pace.

    It sounds magnificent too; a snarly, hard-edged metallic noise that evokes enough ancient RS memory to confirm its bloodline. Sounds better on the outside than in, mind. In fact, inside, it doesn't shake and vibrate and threaten to break free from the chassis, as a concept really should. There's some noise, and then lots of speed. It just feels incredibly well bolted together.

    What about its handling?
    A few laps aren't enough to exploit this A3's potential, but it's very much a point-and-squirt kind of car. As long as you're in the right rev range, this thing accelerates out of bends with spite. The steering feels commendably hefty (you'll still want to feel something more, though), and turns in sharply and cleanly enough.

    It's even possible to get that back end moving, which makes the Clubsport actually a bit of fun to properly throw around. Weight distribution is 57:43 front to rear.

    Obviously, on a buttery smooth test track, the ride's harshness was impossible to tell, but 21-inch wheels, a 10mm drop in ride height and racing coilover suspension would suggest the need to exercise caution over distressed tarmac.

    The brakes, meanwhile - huge 370mm ceramics up front - are immense. Get them up to temp and you can absolutely stamp on them to your heart's content.

    And it looks good, right?
    Agreed. Those flared arches - a la RS4 - and bolstered CFRP side sills give it a bruiser's touch. Then there are the silver mirrors, front and rear diffusers (for better airflow), that rear spoiler that doubles as a functioning air-brake (when travelling at speeds over 50mph), single-frame front grille, and round fuel cover. Inside it's pure A3, which is to say, wonderfully finished with a bulletproof dash and instruments.

    Can I buy one?
    Well, as we told you yesterday, this could be more than fantasy concept fluff. Depending on how the US and China respond, we could see an RS3 saloon by early 2016.

    Audi's Quattro boss told TG.com that the Clubsport Quattro was an experiment to see how those markets took the small, RS saloon. Obviously it will never hit production with 520bhp - that was just a test of the engine's absolute limit - but over 360bhp? Much more manageable. And if it can retain that snarl, make more of a racket inside and ensure the ride isn't bone-breaking, we're interested...

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    Por Defeito [SaabKyle04] - Audi S3 8V Sedan

    Última edição por PetrolHead95 : 30-09-14 às 16:28:23
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    E as medidas dos pneumáticos, continuam a serem maiores à frente do que na traseira?

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    E as medidas dos pneumáticos, continuam a serem maiores à frente do que na traseira?
    "The standard five-spoke alloy wheels are 19 inches in diameter and come with 235/35-profile tyres front and rear."

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    Also available are matt titanium or high gloss anthracite black 19-inch alloy wheels with 255/30-profile tyres up front and 235/35-profile tyres at the rear."


    Artigo completo da Autocar


    The performance hatch is powered by a reworked 2.5-litre five-cylinder petrol engine producing 362bhp, and will offer a supercar-challenging 0-62mph time of 4.3sec when it goes on sale in the UK next summer.Scheduled to make its public debut at the Geneva motor show in March, company officials suggest the new model will be priced close to the £39,950 of its predecessor. The four-wheel-drive Ingolstadt mega-hatch has been extensively re-engineered for 2015 in a bid to dethrone the rapidMercedes-Benz A45 AMG as class champion.

    Among the second-generation RS3 Sportback’s more noteworthy developments is a new MQB platform structure that makes extensive use of hot-formed high-strength steel and a body shell incorporating an aluminium bonnet – a combination which sees it shed some 55kg over the model it replaces.

    The new car will initially be available in a five-door hatchback body style, although Audi sources hint that a saloon version of the new RS3 is being readied as a riposte to the CLA45 AMG.
    The new go-faster Audi is distinguished from its lesser A3 siblings by its aggressive front end styling. Included is a uniquely shaped grille featuring a matt aluminium-look frame and high-gloss honeycomb insert as well as a prominent bumper with large air ducts and decorative matt aluminium-look blades.

    Further back, there are widened front fenders, matt aluminium-look door mirror housings and widened sills beneath the doors. The rear receives a uniquely shaped spoiler above the tailgate, a more pronounced bumper with integrated diffuser along with more matt aluminium decorative elements and a pair of large oval tailpipes.

    Power for the new RS3 Sportback comes from a reworked version of its predecessor’s turbocharged 2.5-litre five-cylinder petrol engine – the EA855, as it is known internally.

    Mounted transversely, the 490mm-long unit gains a number of detail changes to meet EU6 emission regulations while providing a generous 32bhp increase in peak power over the engine used in the first-generation RS3, including the adoption of a new turbocharger which develops up to 1.3bar of boost pressure.

    Its 362bhp equates to a specific output of 146bhp per litre – some 3bhp shy of the turbocharged 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine used in the latest S3, which delivers a peak output 296bhp. Torque is also increased by 11lb ft, taking it to 343lb ft delivered between 1625 and 5550rpm – a slightly wider band of revs than previously.

    By comparison, the RS3 Sportback’s key rival, the Mercedes-Benz A45 AMG, produces 355bhp and 332lb ft from its turbocharged 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine.

    However, AMG officials have already promised an increased output when a facelifted version of the A45 AMG arrives towards the end of 2015, hinting that the Audi’s reign as the most powerful car in its class may be a short-lived one.

    The RS3 Sportback’s heady reserves are channelled through a standard seven-speed S-tronic dual-clutch automatic gearbox offering both manual and automatic shifting. Like the engine, it has been upgraded with what Audi describes as “new solutions for filling the clutches with oil and the interplay with the engine” for improved shift times.

    With the driveline switched into dynamic mode, the downshifts are performed with an automatic double-clutching effect for added smoothness.

    The S-tronic gearbox is allied to a modified electro-hydraulic multi-plate clutch four-wheel drive system. Now mounted within the rear axle assembly for improved weight distribution, it sheds 1.4kg over the previous system through the elimination of a pressure accumulator. Drive is constantly varied front to rear with between 50 and 100 per cent going to the rear, depending on the conditions.
    An electronically controlled torque-vectoring function also provides controlled braking of individual wheels for a more neutral line during hard cornering.

    In a bid to heighten aural qualities, Audi has provided the RS3 Sportback with a two-stage exhaust, with flaps used to control the flow downstream of the muffler.

    With an official kerb weight of 1520kg, the new RS3 Sportback tips the scales at 55kg under its predecessor. Along with the gain in power, this provides it with a 28bhp improvement in its power-to-weight ratio, at 238bhp per tonne.

    Audi claims a class leading 0-62mph time of just 4.3sec, beating the old RS3 Sportback and A45 AMG by 0.3sec. Top speed is nominally limited to 155mph, although buyers will be able to specify an option that raises it to 174mph.

    Reining in the car’s enhanced performance is a newly developed brake system. It uses vented 370mm steel discs with sizeable eight-piston calipers up front and 310mm steel discs with single-pot calipers at the rear. In a first for its class, the new RS3 Sportback also comes with the option of 370mm carbon-ceramic front discs.

    Underpinning Audi’s most powerful series production hatchback is a heavily reworked version of the third-generation S3’s MacPherson strut front and multi-link rear suspension.

    It has been lowered and also gains a number of unique components, including aluminium pivot bearings at the front end. The tracks are also unique to the RS3, increasing by 24mm up front to 1559mm and by 4mm at the rear to 1515mm. The standard five-spoke alloy wheels are 19 inches in diameter and come with 235/35-profile tyres front and rear.

    As an option, buyers can opt for a magnetic ride system which provides adaptive damping. It is controlled by a standard Audi drive select system, which allows the driver to alter the characteristics of the throttle, steering and damping in four modes: Comfort, Automatic, Dynamic and Individual.

    Also available are matt titanium or high gloss anthracite black 19-inch alloy wheels with 255/30-profile tyres up front and 235/35-profile tyres at the rear.

    Inside, the new RS3 Sportback receives a series of high-quality appointments commensurate with its price tag. Included are leather-upholstered sports seats, a leather and Alcantara-bound flat-bottomed multi-function steering wheel, a leather and aluminium-trimmed gear lever, unique instrument graphics, stainless steel pedals and Alcantara door trim elements.

    Buyers can opt for optional RS bucket seats. With integrated side airbags and a carbonfibre shell, they are claimed to be 7kg lighter than the standard sport seats. Further options include an interior design package with red accents on the knee pad, air vents, floor mats and seat belts.


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    "Also available are matt titanium or high gloss anthracite black 19-inch alloy wheels with 255/30-profile tyres up front and 235/35-profile tyres at the rear."

    Esclarecido!
    Thanks

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    como eles gostam de espetar a palavra quattro em tudo que mexe, ainda por cima mais nenhuma marca faz isso

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    Que mania tem agora de por cromados com fartura em tudo quanto é carro! um desportivo cheio de cromados, para mim não joga.

    Esses 7 cavalos vão fazer toda a diferença para os comparativos.

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    Mais fotos do RS3





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    Está muito bruto este RS3 mas assim tinha que o ser.
    Há que se distanciar do Golf R.

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    Estou a ver mal, ou os discos da frente teem um formato irregular? nunca tinha visto. Alguém sabe quais são as vantagens?

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