Audi Sport. Born on the track. Built for the road.
RS 3 Sedan
The latest five-cylinder powerplant carries on the tradition of Audi Sport® performance. The 2019 Audi RS 3 features a 2.5-liter TFSI® turbocharged engine that’s known for its unique firing order and inimitable sound, producing 394 horsepower and 354 lb-ft of torque. An even more distinct engine note can be struck through the available Sport exhaust system within the available Dynamic package.
RS 5 Sportback
Sprinting from 0–100 kph in just 3.8 seconds, the 2.9-liter V6 biturbo engine generates 444 horsepower and 443 lb-ft of torque. Along with the available RS sport exhaust system with its unmistakable sound and driver-controllable exhaust flaps, the new RS 5 Sportback is a powerful drive for the senses.
RS 5 Coupé
Sprinting from 0–100 kph in just 3.7 seconds, the 2.9-liter biturbo V6 engine generates 444 horsepower and 443 lb-ft of torque, a significant 126 lb-ft more than the previous generation. Along with the available RS sport exhaust system with its unmistakable sound and driver-controllable exhaust flaps, the RS 5 Coupe is a powerful drive for the senses.
Inspired by the 1984 Audi Sport Quattro, the five-cylinder 2.5-liter TFSI® engine on the Audi TT RS produces 160 hp per liter, resulting in a total output of 400 hp. It’s quicker than its predecessor, going from 0-100 kph in only 3.6 seconds. The stats are impressive, complementing the signature sound — and the undeniable thrills — of the engine that represents the next evolution of an icon.
Sharing just under 50% of the same parts as the R8 GT3 LMS race car, the Audi R8 Coupe is bred through the lens of motorsport. The 532-hp or 602-hp V10 plus engine epitomizes the mid-engine drivetrain concept, providing ideal vehicle balance through its center of gravity and dynamic weight transfer characteristics. And now, a limited run of a rear-wheel drive option in the R8 V10 RWS is a weight-reducing and even more accessible way to drive the iconic Audi R8.
The 2018 R8 Spyder takes its supercar status to the next level. The powerhouse 532-hp V10 engine puts out 398 lb-ft of torque and adds balance through its mid-engine drivetrain design. To turn it up even more, an available 602-horsepower V10 plus engine boasts 413 lb-ft of torque, and reduces curb weight through the use of carbon fiber materials in its construction. Either way, the R8 Spyder shatters performance expectations.