May 29, 2012

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2012 Audi RS Q3 Concept Desert Places

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1. 2012 Audi RS Q3 Concept Static Front Angel


Powerful: the drivetrain

The extremely powerful 2.5 TFSI in the RS Q3 concept combines two classic Audi technologies – gasoline direct injection and turbocharging. From 2,480 cc of engine displacement, it generates 265 kW (360 hp) of power. The car catapults itself from zero to 100 km/h (62.14 mph) in 5.2 seconds, and its propulsive force takes it to a top speed of 265 km/h (164.66 mph).



2. 2012 Audi RS Q3 Concept Static "Desert" Front Angel


A seven-speed S tronic transfers the forces of the sonorous 2.5 TFSI to the quattro permanent all-wheel drive. Generally, it directs these forces almost exclusively to the front wheels. When slip is detected there, it can redistribute forces to the rear axle via a hydraulic multi-plate clutch with electronic control – instantaneously and variably.



3. 2012 Audi RS Q3 Concept Static "Desert" Side

The alloy wheels of the Audi RS Q3 concept continue the dynamic RS Q styling and have the dimensions 8.5 J x 20. The front surfaces are high-gloss, while the sides are sandblasted. The tire size of 255/30 is not exactly typical for an SUV, but certainly for an RS model.
4. 2012 Audi RS Q3 Concept Static "Desert" Rear Angel
5. 2012 Audi RS Q3 Concept Static "Desert" Side
6.  2012 Audi RS Q3 Concept Static "Rear Side"
7.  2012 Audi RS Q3 Concept Static "Front Angel"
8.  2012 Audi RS Q3 Concept Static "Rear Side"
9.  2012 Audi RS Q3 Concept Static "Rear Angel"
10.  2012 Audi RS Q3 Concept Static Front Views


from Audi Press Release  Audi RS Q3 concept

    • Interpretation of a high-performance athlete with 265 kW (360 hp)
    • Powerful 5-cylinder unit combines gasoline direct injection with turbocharging
    • Acceleration to 100 km/h (62.14 mph) in 5.2 seconds and top speed of 265 km/h (164.66 mph)