Audi A3 Review
2013 Audi A3 finally made it’s official debut at the Geneva Motor Exhibition 2012. The new A3 will be instantly recognizable as an Audi, with confidence grill, LED lamps equipped and clean lines from nose to tail. This portrait is more aggressive and sporty impression and attractive than the previous A3, as is driving a car on a new platform. Audi A3 has the interior design with a sporty look than the other Audi models, with a circular air vents dominate the dashboard, and Audi’s MMI control interface also make an appearance. As the system is found in various Audi models further, you will be able to use a finger to trace the movements of characters in the touchwheel.
You can already get the Audi A3 which has marketed the first time in Europe in late summer. As for the U.S. sales details are yet to be confirmed.
Audi A3 Engine
At launch, the 2013 Audi A3 will be available in three engine options, at least in the European domestic market – a 1.4-liter TFSI petrol with 120 horsepower, a 177 horsepower TFSI with 1.8, and 2.0-liter turbodiesel, producing 141 horsepower and strong torque. Fuel economy has increased an average of 12 percent over the previous model. More engines will follow, as will the famous Audi quattro all-wheel-drive system.