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[s3 update]

2013 Audi A3 Sportback officially revealed

Debuts in Paris next week

The Ingolstadt-based automaker Audi has released full details and photos of the upcoming 2013 A3 Sportback ahead of the car

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Damn, that looks nice. Too bad, the engine blows. Bring out the S3 or RS3!

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Nice but as tsupersonic said, engine totally sucks on it. I was really close to buying their Q5 earlier this year.

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Damn, that looks nice. Too bad, the engine blows. Bring out the S3 or RS3!

Nice but as tsupersonic said, engine totally sucks on it. I was really close to buying their Q5 earlier this year.

Which one? It comes with four engines and with 1.8 TFSI it's gonna get like 7.1 seconds to 100 km/h which is easily chip-tunable to achieve 6.2-6.5s.

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Which one? It comes with four engines and with 1.8 TFSI it's gonna get like 7.1 seconds to 100 km/h which is easily chip-tunable to achieve 6.2-6.5s.

Ah, just realized these are the lighter Euro spec models. It'll probably come with a 2.0 TFSI when it reaches the USA, same as the current A3.

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I adore it!

Not sold on the exterior completely but the interior is gorgeous. Wonder how it handles.

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Interior is indeed amazing.The exterior is a step backwards

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2013 Audi S3 breaks cover

Following yesterday

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3075 lb's (and AWD) with 296 HP and 280 lb-ft torque? Nice! I wonder what kind of tuning potential this has. Those are impressive mileage numbers too.

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That gear change lever doesnt look too comfy!

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