Introducing the Audi RS 3 and Audi TT RS

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Introducing the powerful new Audi RS 3 Sportback & Saloon

A new Audi RS 3 Sportback joins the new Audi RS 3 Saloon at the top of the A3 range. Fitted with the world’s most powerful production five-cylinder engine, a 2.5 TFSI, the RS 3 Sportback delivers an impressive 400PS. And with striking looks and a sporty interior that offers outstanding comfort, the RS 3 Sportback perfectly balances performance with everyday practicality.

Its distinctive sound will be heard on UK roads soon. To be one of the first to hear more about our latest RS model, simply register below.

More power. More technology. More presence.

This latest addition to the A3 family features impressive performance credentials, style and in-car technology. The Audi Virtual Cockpit in the new RS 3 Sportback and Saloon has a special RS screen complete with a lap timer and boost pressure indicator to create a truly sporty driving experience.

The immense power of the 2.5-litre TFSI engine is transmitted to the road through a seven-speed dual-clutch S tronic transmission and quattro four-wheel drive. Capable of 0-62mph in 4.1 seconds, and featuring RS Sports suspension and RS braking system as standard, our latest RS model is an everyday sports car.

The new Audi TT RS Coupe & Roadster

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Prices for the all-new Audi TT RS start from £51,800 (OTR) for the Coupe and £53,550 (OTR) for the Roadster. The models will be open for ordering late September. Its renowned five-cylinder engine is lighter and more powerful than ever, delivering 400PS and 480Nm of torque. The powerful new engine, seven-speed S tronic gearbox and quattro drivetrain enable the car to accelerate from 0-62mph in just 3.7 seconds (3.9 seconds Roadster) and to a top speed of 155 mph (174 mph with optional packages).

The TTRS has a high level of specification as standard and includes features for which Audi Sport is renowned:

  • MMI Navigation Plus
  • Audi Connect (3yr subscription)
  • Deluxe automatic AC with integrated digital displays
  • Electronically operated wind deflector (roadster only)
  • 19" alloy wheels
  • RS braking system
  • RS sport suspension
  • TT RS sport leather multifunction steering wheel with satellite buttons

  • Fixed rear wing
  • Twin-pipe RS exhaust with oval tailpipes
  • Super sports seats
  • Fine nappa leather upholstery
  • LED headlights
  • LED tail lights including LED dynamic rear indicators
  • Audi parking system plus​


Racing car inspiration

Controls and display in the new TT RS are focused completely on the driver. All information is displayed as standard on the digital Audi virtual cockpit with 12.3-inch screen. The driver can choose from three views, including a special RS screen that highlights the rev counter and provides information on tyre pressure, torque and g force.

For the first time in the RS portfolio, the RS sport leather steering wheel with shift paddles has two operating satellite buttons for turning the engine on and off, as well as the Audi drive select driving dynamics system,in addition to multifunction buttons. The driver can influence the exhaust flap control using the sound button on the centre console.

New Engine

Voted ‘Engine of the Year’ six times in a row, the 2.5 TFSI engine is now lighter than ever before, has reduced internal friction and increased power delivery.These improvements increase the engine’s performance by 17 per cent, while its capacity remains unchanged at 2,480cc.

It is more powerful too, producing 400PS with a maximum torque of 480 Nm between 1,700 and 5,850 rpm. This ensures fantastic pulling power, which accompanies its unmistakable growling sound. The TT RS Coupé accelerates from 0 to 62 mph in 3.7 seconds, the Roadster in 3.9 seconds, with a top speed of up to 174mph.

Matrix OLED Headlights

For the first time in a production Audi, Matrix OLED (organic light emitting diode) rear lights will be offered on the new TT RS. These emit an extremely homogeneous, high-contrast light. The light can be continuously dimmed, it does not cast any shadows and does not require any reflectors – this makes the OLEDs efficient, light and visually impressive.

Each rear light contains four wafer-thin units which become smaller from the inside out. The biggest bears the TT logo and the four Audi rings. The TT RS has LED rear lights and LED headlights as standard. Alternatively, the latter are available as intelligently controlled Matrix LED units.