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Five-Cylinder Fever! Audi Announces TT RS and RS3 Pricing

Audi is one of the most famous brands for expensive cars. They always look so clean and nice, they are luxury cars. According to the article they have brought back their TT RS model and it is now a 5 cylinder model, making it a more efficient car. It is also said to be more pricer than most audis. However, it is apparent that its worth the money due to the leather interior and the overall design of the car. Its most popular feature are its LED headlights.

Key Takeaways:

  • Now that those who were imprinted by Group B cars as children have reached their prime earning years, Audi has smartly returned the departed TT RS to us and deigned to send along the RS3.
  • Equipped with 400-hp turbocharged five-cylinder engines, just like Michèle Mouton used to run—only less laggy, more efficient, and featuring the aid of modern traction and stability control, therefore perhaps less likely to hurl an enthusiastic motorist off the side of a mountain.
  • The TT RS starts at $65,875, which is expensive when you consider that it shares its bones with your neighbor Herff’s Volkswagen Golf Alltrack, but the sum begins to sound reasonable when you note that it’s got one more cylinder than corporate sibling Porsche’s 718 Cayman S, makes 50 more horsepower, and costs $1475 less.

“All 2017 models will have carbon-fiber inlays, a Bang & Olufsen sound system, 19-inch five-spoke wheels with a titanium finish, MMI Navigation Plus, red brake calipers, and a black-tipped RS sport exhaust.”

http://blog.caranddriver.com/five-cylinder-fever-audi-announces-tt-rs-and-rs3-pricing/