Audi RS 3 gets new engine, powertrain, and aerodynamics

Audi has launched a new electric sports car, the RS 3, to compete with the likes of the Nissan Leaf and Tesla Model 3.

The RS 3 is expected to hit the market in 2021, with an MSRP of $55,000.

The car will sport a range of 150 miles on a single charge, and is expected at least in part to use a hybrid powertrain.

The engine is expected be a 1.8-liter, all-electric engine that will pack in 350 hp and a top speed of 200 mph.

The vehicle will also be equipped with a new body, including a front splitter, rear diffuser, and a front wing.

It will be the first electric sports vehicle from Audi in many years.

The company is also introducing a new Audi Sport app to help customers learn more about their Audi.

The new car will also feature a range-topping rear axle.

Audi RS3 Concept image courtesy of Audi RS Cars and Audi Audi-Audi, Inc. In the meantime, Audi has also released a few teaser images of the new car, including one that shows the new rear bumper.

Audi has been teasing the RS3 for a while now, but it has only recently released the vehicle in production form.

It has been rumored that the car will go on sale in 2021 as a hybrid, though the exact specs haven’t been finalized.

The teaser images also show the RS2 in its new exterior colorway, which will likely be black.

Audi is also expected to launch the RS 2 electric sports sedan in 2021.

The first RS2, which was unveiled in 2017, was powered by a 1-liter turbocharged turbocharged petrol engine that produced 260 hp and 295 lb-ft of torque.

The last RS2 was unveiled last September, and it is the first to have a fully electric drivetrain.

That vehicle, the Audi Q5, was also the first mass-market electric sports model.

The 2017 RS3 was the first RS sports car to use an all-wheel drive system.

The upcoming RS3 is expected not only to be more efficient and fuel-efficient than its predecessor, but also to be a more powerful electric sports sports car than the RS Q5.

The next-generation RS car, which has yet to be named, will be powered by an all electric engine, according to Audi.

We’ll keep you updated on this story as more information becomes available.