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    Rumorpile: Details of the Audi RS3 Sedan

      We learn a little bit more on the upcoming RS3 sedan

    We know that the Audi RS3 sedan is real and a leaked roadmap showed that it could be coming in 2017. Now Car and Driver has learned some details about the hot sedan.


    Speaking with a source, Car and Driver says the RS3 sedan will be powered by an all-new, turbocharged 2.5L five-cylinder with 400 horsepower. This engine will debut in the new TT RS at the Beijing auto show later this month. A new seven-speed dual-clutch transmission will route power to all four wheels. Depending on how the car is optioned, top speed will either be 155 or 174 mph.


    It is expected that Audi will show the RS3 sedan sometime later this year, with sales beginning in the U.S. in 2017.


    Source: Car and Driver

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