Discover the Dynamic Audi RS 3

When it comes to luxury sedans, there’s nothing quite like an Audi. The new 2019 Audi RS 3 goes all out when it comes to style, power, and prestige. Take a look and see what this brand-new vehicle can do for you.

Dynamic Exterior

The sleek exterior features a bold front grille with the Audi logo that makes this powerhouse unmistakable when you drive it out on the road. The LED headlights look refined on the front of the vehicle, and come with rear indicators to make driving that much easier. Owners can truly make this car their own, with 6 color options available. From a sporty Tango Red to a pristine Nardo Gray to a cool Ara Blue, there’s plenty of ways to customize the look (and feel) of the RS 3.

The bold design doesn’t stop there. Standard are 19” Titanium wheels which can be upgraded to a bi-color black. Other exterior upgrades include a black optic trim and high-gloss lip spoiler to make a look that will catch eyes wherever the RS 3 goes.

Powerful Engine

What’s under the hood? A turbo-charged 2.5 L 5-cylinder engine that produces 394 HP and 354 lb-ft torque. Coupled with a 7-speed, dual-clutch automatic transmission, and drivers can take this vehicle from 0 to 60 in 3.9 seconds! The RS 3 features a quattro all-wheel drive to make handling easier and rides smoother. The rated fuel economy is also fairly decent, coming in at 19 MPG in the city and 28 MPG on the highway.

Luxurious Exterior

Audi cuts no corners when it comes to decking out the interior. Standard and optional features include a 12.3” digital display in the cockpit for a tech-forward driving experience. With Bluetooth audio, it’s easy to connect your phone and listen to your favorite tunes on your commute.

But it doesn’t stop there. The standard S Sport seats are made of premium Nappa leather, wrapping you in and your passengers in complete comfort. Your passengers will also appreciate the dual-zone automatic climate control, folding center armrest, and ambient interior lighting to truly make this ride one to remember.

However, if you want to take the interior to the next level, you can also upgrade the design with the RS Design Selection Interior Package. This updated look will include highlighting interior elements in Crescendo Red, emphasizing the edge of the seatbelts with a stylish red color, and embroidering the floor mats.

Safety Features

Depending on the package you choose, you can equip your Audi with some serious safety features. The Driver Assistance Package offers convenient assistance features like adaptive cruise control, high-beam and lane assist. You can also include side thorax airbags for rear passengers with another additional package.


The 2019 Audi RS 3 starts at MSRP $56,200.

Final Thoughts

Those who want a luxury sedan that screams prestige, power, and style know that Audi consistently delivers on this front; the 2019 Audi RS 3 is no exception here. With a bold and dynamic standard vehicle that offers plenty of desirable upgrades, most can find a style and package to suit them.


History Facts - World War I

  1. World War I, also known as The Great War, started on June 28, 1914. A Serbian terrorist murdered Archduke Franz Ferdinand, the heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne, and his wife. Austria-Hungary responded by declaring war on Serbia.
  2. The first country to use gas against their enemies was France, not Germany. They fired the first series of tear gas grenades (xylyl bromide) against the Germans in August 1914. Germany then first used tear gas in January of the following year, against the Russian armies.
  3. Due to the war, all German-language books were burned in the United States. Schools banned the teaching of German, and some German-derived words that had been in common use were modified as well.
  4. During World War I the term "dogfight" was born. To avoid planes stalling when they would turn quickly in the air, pilots had to turn the engines on and off every so often. The vibration sounded a lot like dogs barking, hence the term.
  5. During the war, Herbert Hoover was appointed to be the United States Food Administrator. His primary responsibility was to provide food and sustenance to the US Army and its allies. He convinced US citizens to plant gardens in their backyards, dubbing them "victory gardens.
  6. An estimated 30 different poisonous gases were used throughout the war. Soldiers were ordered to put rags soaked in urine over their faces to protect them from the fatal effects of these gases.

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