What is the difference between Q3 and RS Q3?

Ordinary Q3s have four-cylinder engines which make no more than 132kW, but the RS Q3 has a 294kW 2.5-litre five-cylinder turbo-petrol engine. Plus, with 480Nm there’s whopping torque for a small SUV.

Is the Q3 fast?

Somewhat ahead of the pack is the 394bhp RS Q3, which manages the 0-62mph sprint in 4.5 seconds. The new 45 TFSI e plug-in hybrid takes 7.3 seconds and has a top speed of 130mph.

What does RS mean on an Audi Q3?

Racing sport
RS Audi Vehicles RS is the range-topping version of most of the models that have S and RS versions, it stands for “Renn Sport” or “Racing sport”. RS models are the range-topping versions and have even more aggressive styling than S models so you won’t think it’s an S line.

How fast is an Audi Q3?

Audi Q3 gets a top speed of 212kmph with the 2.0 litre TDI diesel and the 2.0 litre TFSI manages a bit more and tops at 230kmph, impressive.

Will there be an Audi SQ3?

2020 Audi SQ3 / RS Q3 Exterior Styling Both the SQ3 and RS Q3 will come with larger wheels than the standard Q3 models, with the RS getting impressive 20-inchers.

Where is the Audi RSQ3 made?

The Audi RSQ3 is built in Germany and is then shipped to Australia.

What’s the difference between S and RS?

RS is Audi’s highest performance ‘top-tier’ trim level, positioned distinctly above the “S” (“Sport”) specification level of Audi’s regular model range. All “RS” cars pioneer some of Audi’s latest and most advanced technology and engineering prowess, therefore, “RS” cars are considered by some as “halo vehicles”.

What is the Audi Q3 0 to 60 time?

Audi Q3 0-60 Times

Trim Engine 0-60
2019 Audi Q3
Prestige S-Line Quattro 2.0L Turbo I-4 7.3 sec
Prestige S-Line Quattro 2.0L Turbo I-4 7.4 sec
Prestige S-Line Quattro 2.0L Turbo I-4 7.8 sec