The most technically advanced Audi A3 models ever built

The new Audi A3 models are the most technologically advanced Audi’s ever built and will go on sale in the UK in September, initially as a three-door hatchback. The new A3 will also be built as a four door saloon, with the booted variant of the C-segment Audi currently under consideration for the UK.

A new benchmark is set with sci-fi technology and gadgets that impressively appear in both the premium hatch and the range-topping saloon.

The new Audi A3’s styling is precise and highly expressive. It has a sporty and taut stance on the street, with a sculpted athletic like body, low engine hood and prominent shoulders.

The A3 also has a longer wheelbase and is slightly wider, resulting in more interior space. The cabin has been completely re-designed ‘breaking new ground’ when it comes to workmanship, materials and quality.

Features include a highly capable infotainment system, with the new MDI set-up offering Google data including 3D Google Maps. Audi’s new A3 model will also feature a powerful 1.4 engine, which thanks to its cylinder deactivation system, will offer CO2 emissions as low as 106g/km, making the car amongst the greenest in the industry.

A 1.2 litre petrol engine will be added at the base of the range and Audi will introduce its first electric A3; the Hybrid E-Tron. Plans are also underway to introduce a 1.6 litre turbo-diesel before the year draws to an end.

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Andrew Kirkley
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  • 21st May 2012

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