Audi Sport: Defined

Audi Sport: Defined

Progress is… Born on the track, built for the road. For Audi Sport, progress is pushing every
limit, and that is just the starting line. Audi Sport cars are designed by motorsport
engineers and tested for 5000 miles on the Nurburging. The R8 coupe shares 50 percent
of the LMS race car’s parts from the space frame to even the same V10 engine. And for the first time in the U.S.,
the R8 isn’t the only example of an Audi Sport street and race car similarity. Introducing the RS3 LMS,
our newest factory built race car. Over 150 parts are shared with its street
car sibling: the all new RS3. The links between the track and road
aren’t just skin deep. That connection is strongest under the hood. There is a certain sound for those who know it of instant recognition. An Audi is just around the corner. Since the rally race days and on,
competing against six and even eight cylinders, Audi dominated the track with just five. The all new RS 3 carries on that 40-year legacy
with our most powerful version yet. With 390 horsepower and 354 pound feed of
torque, the RS3 can achieve 0 to 60 in 3.9 seconds. And that unique five cylinder sound will be
forever synonymous with Audi. Exceptional performance in car derived from
the track is of no surprise, but the driver-centric design and technology of
an Audi Sport car just might be. The beauty and craftsmanship of RS design
is represented perfectly in the all-new TTRS. The honeycomb single-frame grille, RS bumpers, and
cross-drilled rotors help define its design philosophy. The steering wheel controls of the R8,
RS sport seats, and the Virtual Cockpit sport mode round out the race car-like interior. Launch control in Audi Sport cars beguile their
listed 0 to 60 times for one reason that needs no introduction. In the DNA of Audi Sport lies a certain aesthetic,
a certain power, and a certain statement. This isn’t just a sportier car for the road,
but a representation of a near century-long record of dominance on the track. That DNA is only available in one small family. A family that in the U.S. continues to grow
with yet even more models coming in the near future. Born on the track, built for the road.
This is the fearless legacy that continues to define us. This is Audi Sport.

100 Replies to “Audi Sport: Defined”

  1. Is there any chance we get the RS3 sportback in the US? I got my S3 sedan less than a month ago but still feel like I want the Sportback.

  2. "…In the U.S. With even more new models coming in the future."

    Great to hear that Audi Sport.

    But enough is enough! Bring us the RS6 Avant!

  3. I had to pause this video mid-way, to take a breather.  KEEEEP IT UPPPPP AUDI!!!!!!  THIS IS BADASS!!  #FutureRS7owner

  4. Best Shots And Stunts, I Have Never Seen These Amazing Shots In Any Of The Car Companies Commercial Etc…

  5. Very expensive marketing here to push the new Audi Sport brand, I think it's excellent work and investment. Now even if you are just buying a normal A3 with 150ps, you feel good about the brand.

  6. Careful with Audi, Their CPO program cant guaranty that the car you purchased was not in a accident, This just happened to me and Audi basically said to bad.

  7. My goal in life is to work for audi as a technician ❤ wish me luck im 16 right now studying mechanics in highschool

  8. Wow! The return of the killer RS saloon blows me away in this commercial. Makes me wanna get my '07 RS4 out of the garage, but I'd have to charge the battery first due to the dreaded PARASITIC AMPERAGE DRAIN from the bonked Bluetooth module. On the plus side it's only got 44K miles and still pins me into the Recaros every time I punch it. This model trounces the RS4 in 0 to 60 while getting far better gas mileage. A very worthy evolution indeed.

  9. Deutsch engineering is best. I thought it really funny when he started spamming the garage door button because it wouldn’t open kek.

  10. Audi is a great brand. I would love to see the TT RS in a mid engine rear wheel drive biased version!!! This last version is ok but with 60% of the weight up front and mostly front wheel drive it comes in 2nd place to the Cayman S on a track.

  11. We need the rs3 sport back in america😫 I love small cars, but I’m also a hatchback boiii. Hopefully by the time I can make enough money to afford one, they’ll be here😂

  12. Audi owner here. Audi cars and beatiful looking piece of junk. Better have wattany for life of ownership. Also dont forget, cvt worst trans ever built. Audi wont fix it knowing they produced and sold garbage to the consmer.

  13. Inline 5 2.5 liter Turbo : RS3, TT RS, RS Q3
    V6 2.9 liter Biturbo : RS4, RS5, RS Q5
    V8 4.0 liter Biturbo : RS6, RS7, RS Q8
    V10 5.2 liter Naturally Aspirated : R8
    This is Audi Sport !

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