RS3 sedan belongs to German manufacturer Audi comes to anyone who wants to have a bigger option than A3 and S3. It is believed that the RS3 will use the platform of Volkswagen’s MQB that has been used by A3, S3, TT line and some other products belong to the German brand. This sedan will still apply the Quattro AWD technology and maybe will also be given a better balance than he RS3 hatchback. It is because Audi puts aluminum engine block that makes it lighter.
It is expected that the Audi RS3 sedan will be little more than TT RS sedan, which means that the car will be able to provide 400 HP from its 2.5-kliter turbocharged 5-cyl engine. The new aluminum engine block will also help improve the powertrain to be more powerful. As we know, in the TT RS, Audi puts an engine that can produce up to 354 lb-ft of torque. Many analysts believed that the four-door version will also provide the same torque band. Unfortunately, Audi seems to eliminate manual transmission because this car will use a quick-shifting 7-speed dual-clutch A/T transmission. Just like the latest Audi’s RS3 Sportback, the RS3 sedan will be able to provide 100% of its torque to the rear axle when the AWD system’s computers work well. Many analysts are optimistic with the existence of this sedan. They said that though the car does not provide a third pedal, the RS3 sedan should give something different to people.
The Audi RS3 sedan will be revealed by the German manufacturer later this year and it is expected to land in the United States in early next year as a 2018 model. However, some analysts said that the four-ring must put a logic price tag, which is about $50.000 just like what has been done by Mercedes-AMG and BMW