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    Audi A3 clubsport quattro concept (2.5 TFSI with 525 PS and 600Nm)

    192mph Audi A3 clubsport quattro concept...

    S3 Saloon-based concept car features a blistering 2.5 TFSI five-cylinder engine producing a colossal 525 PS and 600Nm

    • Board Member for Development Prof. Dr. Ulrich Hackenberg: "Extreme power and dynamics in compact format"
    • 2.5 TFSI engine developing 525 PS and 600Nm – 0-62 mph in 3.6 seconds, 192 mph top speed, 1,527 kg
    • Wörthersee Meeting in Reifnitz, Germany from May 28–31

    (15 May 2014)

     

    The Audi S3 Saloon surrenders to the Wörthersee treatment this month, swapping its already potent 300PS output for a mighty 525PS and metamorphosing into the A3 clubsport quattro concept for the annual meeting of fans of the Volkswagen Group brands in Reifnitz, Germany (May 28-31).
     
    Adding 600Nm of torque to the mix courtesy of a 2.5-litre, five-cylinder TFSI engine which replaces the S3 Saloon’s four-cylinder TFSI, the A3 clubsport quattro concept will be the Audi star of a show that will also include the 420PS Audi TT quattro sport concept and a host of other Audi models.
     
    "The Audi A3 clubsport quattro concept shows our car and tuning fans at the Wörthersee just how much sporty potential there is in the A3 family and in our top of the line engines such as the 2.5 TFSI. We have pushed the limits in every respect with this show car: power, dynamics, sound, design," says Prof. Dr. Ulrich Hackenberg, Member of the Board of Management for Technical Development. The powerful five cylinder TFSI engine is already available in the first ever SUV to wear the renowned RS badge – the RS Q3. The turbocharged engine with direct injection boasts an impressive CV - since 2010, it has been voted “International Engine of the Year” in its category four times in succession.
     
    192mph potential
     
    In the show car, the 2,480 cc five cylinder unit has a specific output of 211 PS per litre, and combined with a kerb weight of 1,527kg the power-to-weight ratio of the concept stands at an impressive 343.8PS per ton. The 600 Nm (442.5 lb ft) torque peak is available between 2,300 and 6,000 rpm, pushing the A3 clubsport quattro concept from 0 to 62 mph in 3.6 seconds on the way to a top speed of 192 mph. Extensive modifications make this extreme performance possible. These include a large turbocharger with up to 1.5 bar of relative boost pressure and a modified intercooler.
     
    The basic concept behind the five cylinder already makes it a special engine. The 1 2 4 5 3 ignition sequence gives it its own unique rhythm, which in the A3 clubsport quattro concept is reinforced by an intake and exhaust system designed for maximum throughput. The characteristic sound of this TFSI engine is a throaty snarl. In addition to its distinctive sound and technology, the 2.5 TFSI also looks stunning set beneath its carbon fibre-reinforced polymer (CFRP) bonnet.
     
    The Audi A3 clubsport quattro concept features a seven speed S tronic transmission with a compact three shaft layout. Its tall seventh gear reduces fuel consumption, and the final gear ratio has been modified accordingly. The driver can allow the dual clutch transmission to work fully automatically in modes D and S or choose to change gears manually using the paddles on the steering wheel or the shift lever. A launch control function manages starts with maximum power and controlled wheel slip.
     
    The heart of the quattro all wheel drive system is a hydraulically activated, multi plate clutch on the rear axle that has been specially designed for the high torque of the powerful five cylinder. Like the engine management system, its electronic controller is integrated into the Audi drive select driving dynamics system for the best configurable dynamics in any situation required by the driver.
     
    The clutch can direct a portion of the torque from the front to the rear axle if the driver turns sharply into a corner. Its advanced chassis enables the Audi A3 clubsport quattro concept to deliver its tremendous power to the tarmac with impressive control and composure.
     
    Aluminium components in the front MacPherson suspension reduce the weight of the unsprung masses. The four link rear suspension can process the longitudinal and transverse forces separately. The steering rack of the progressive steering system is designed so that the steering ratio becomes more direct with increasing steering input. In addition, steering boost decreases as speed increases.
     
    Adjustable suspension
     
    Compared to the production Audi S3 Saloon, the body has been lowered by 10 mm and spring and damper settings have been adjusted to suit the increased performance. All three parameters can be adjusted via the struts of the coilover suspension so that the show car can be perfectly adapted to the task at hand, be it on the road or the race track.
     
    The Audi A3 clubsport quattro concept rides on 9.5 J x 21 wheels shod with size 275/25 R21 tyres. The internally vented front brake discs measure 370 mm in diameter. All four discs are made of carbon fibre ceramic, making them extremely lightweight and abrasion-resistant.
     
    The ESC electronic stabilisation control, which can be partially or completely deactivated, supports the show car's responsive handling with lightning-fast reactions. At the cornering limit, torque vectoring via brief applications of the brakes of the inside wheels ensures that the Audi A3 clubsport quattro concept turns easily into the corner. It enables maximum mid-corner adjustability, with the front axle straightening the show car out again as it exits the corner.
     
    The Audi A3 clubsport quattro concept is based on the modular transverse matrix (MQB). This enables a low centre of gravity and a finely balanced distribution of axle loads, which is a prerequisite for the car's handling ability. Hot shaped steel components in the floor of the passenger cell form a strong structure. The extreme strength of the steel allows for thin walls and thus very low weights.
     
    The spectacular appearance of the Magnetic Blue body immediately conveys the dynamic potential of the Audi A3 clubsport quattro concept. The Singleframe grille up front is framed in matt aluminium. A quattro badge adorns the grille's high-gloss black honeycomb insert, which has been optimised for high flow. The bonnet, whose front edge extends slightly over the grille and the LED headlights, sports the four rings.
     
    A distinctive element at the front of the show car is the continuous blade of exposed CFRP below the Singleframe grille. Like the winglets on a model aeroplane, its ends are bent upward to structure the large air inlets framed in massive edges. As with a racing car, a splitter at the bottom of the front skirt increases the downforce on the front axle.
     
    The side view of the saloon has also gained some sharp accents. Two straight edges above the wheels that end in the doors frame the wing and the rear sidewall. The “blisters” give the body broad shoulders while also evoking the classic quattro models from Audi and the current RS 4 Avant. The round fuel cover in the C pillars and the more compact side mirrors are further typical Audi sports car elements. The side sill trims are made entirely of CFRP (carbon fibre-reinforced polymer).
     
    At the rear, a large diffuser that extends upwards in the middle makes a bold statement. Three fins divide its high-gloss black honeycomb insert; two additional grilles joined by a blade conceal the tailpipes of the exhaust system.
     
    Air brake boosts stopping power
     
    When the driver of the Audi A3 clubsport quattro concept applies the brakes at high speed, the air brake is activated. Electronically actuated, the rear segment of the boot raises from its standard spoiler setting to a near-vertical position in the blink of an eye. At 155mph, the air brake reduces the stopping distance by around twelve metres, in part because the ESC can allocate more braking power to the rear axle thanks to the increased downforce.
     
    The cabin of the Audi A3 clubsport quattro concept seats four comfortably. Racing seats with high side bolsters await the driver and front passenger. The backrests are open-worked below the integrated head restraints and CFRP shells cover the backs – a visual expression of Audi's lightweight construction concept.
     
    Black faces, red needles and white numbers define the look of the instrument cluster. A shift light in the rev counter indicates when the rev limit of 6,900 rpm is reached, and the seven inch monitor of the MMI navigation plus system displays a special graphic when the engine is started. Two large, separate buttons on the three spoke, multifunction sport steering wheel are used to start and stop the engine as well as to choose Audi drive select modes.
     
    Fine details emphasise the performance potential of the Audi A3 clubsport quattro concept. The footrest and pedals are made of stainless steel; two open-worked bars form the handles for the door openers. The selector lever of the seven speed S tronic transmission sports a red ring, a CFRP badge and a clubsport logo. The show car’s name can also be found on the instrument cluster and on the door sill trims.
     
    This year's motto at the Wörthersee meeting is “Audi Sport,” and the Audi stand has been transformed into the Audi Pit Lane. In keeping with this, the A3 clubsport quattro concept is joined by a familiar sports car from the line of show cars and ten additional high-performance models from various vehicle classes.

    192mph Audi A3 clubsport quattro concept -- Press Release

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    Re: Audi A3 clubsport quattro concept (2.5 TFSI with 525 PS and 600Nm)

    I really hope (but doubt) they will make it.

    It would be an instant classic.

    A small, overpowered, 4WD saloon. Very cool concept.


    Re: Audi A3 clubsport quattro concept (2.5 TFSI with 525 PS and 600Nm)

    I don't think they will make a 525 HP A3, but the technology will be applied further up the range, most probably.

    I like the evolutionary transition of the Audi look to something more modern looking. The Audi style is more to my taste than recent BMW and Mercedes.


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    Re: Audi A3 clubsport quattro concept (2.5 TFSI with 525 PS and 600Nm)

    kiss sign me up!


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    DaveGordon:

    kiss sign me up!

    +1 Smiley

    The new M3/M4 feels pretty lame compared to this compact rocket.


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    Re: Audi A3 clubsport quattro concept (2.5 TFSI with 525 PS and 600Nm)

    I like !


    Re: Audi A3 clubsport quattro concept (2.5 TFSI with 525 PS and 600Nm)

    Oh wow this thing is EPIC!! reminds me of the original RS2, which is now a cult classic already! Please build it Audi! 


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    Re: Audi A3 clubsport quattro concept (2.5 TFSI with 525 PS and 600Nm)

    Man that would be sweet. Give it the new digital dash and it would be my new beater in a heart beat.

    It will never get made though. This car would have nearly as much performance as the next Gallardo and R8 hahaha. Not gonna happen.


    Re: Audi A3 clubsport quattro concept (2.5 TFSI with 525 PS and 600Nm)

    would order one in an instant !


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    Audi A3 Clubsport Quattro...

    (15 May 2013)

     

    Audi reveals A3 Clubsport Quattro ahead of Worthersee debut - the 518bhp 2.5-litre concept previews the new Audi RS3...
     
    This is the Audi A3 Clubsport Quattro Concept, revealed online by the German manufacturer ahead of a public debut at the upcoming Worthersee tuning event at the end of May.
     
    Based on the S3 saloon, the show car previews the upcoming production RS3, which we recently spied testing on public roads in Germany.
     
    Power comes from Audi’s 2.5-litre five-cylinder TFSI engine – currently found in the RS Q3 – and heavily revised for the concept to produce 518bhp, with torque rising to 600Nm.  A larger turbocharger, revised intake and exhaust system and reworked intercooler are just some of the modifications helping boost the A3 Clubsport Quattro’s output.
     
    While it’s fairly unlikely we’ll see the engine make it’s way over to the new RS3 in this exact form, according to Audi board of management member Dr Ulrich Hackenberg, the concept shows “how much sporty potential there is in the A3 family” and in “top-of-the-line engines such as the 2.5 TFSI.”
     
    In the A3 Clubsport Quattro, this power will be put down via a seven-speed dual clutch S-tronic gearbox and permanent quattro all-wheel system. All in, Audi claims accelerating from 0-62mph will take a measly 3.6 seconds, with the display car topping out just shy of 193mph.
     
    Helping keep things on the straight and narrow is an aluminium-infused McPherson front suspension system and four-link set-up at the rear, as well as carbon ceramic brakes and an electric air brake to aid stopping at high speeds.
     
    Underpinned by the popular MQB architecture, the 1,527kg A3 Clubsport Quattro also benefits a 10mm reduction in ride-height, which creates a “low centre of gravity” according to Audi and so ensures “dynamic handling.”
     
    Although we can’t confirm this without driving the concept, it clearly benefits the concept’s low-slung, aggressive appearance. Finished in ‘Magnetic Blue’, the trademark six-point grille is framed in matt aluminium, and encircles the black-gloss honeycomb intake – itself adorned by a stylised quattro badge.
     
    The bonnet itself overhangs the front fascia slightly, slightly shadowing the LED headlights in the process, as well as the exposed CFRP front blade, large air inlets and splitter.
     
    Twin oval exhausts, partially concealed by a connecting grille, and a large diffuser that bulges in the centre, dominate the rear.
     
    Inside, while the four-seater cabin includes front racing seats, an MMI navigation plus system, stainless steel pedals, Clubsport badging a predominantly black trim with grey and ‘Sepang Blue’ details.  
     
    How much of the A3 Clubsport Quattro will make it over to production remains to be seen, but expect the RS3 to arrive later this year, priced at around £39,000.

    Audi A3 Clubsport Quattro -- Auto Express article

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    Re: Audi A3 clubsport quattro concept (2.5 TFSI with 525 PS and 600Nm)

    This car is Utopian, don't expect it and don't get excited.

    It is to demonstrate Audi's new design refresh.

    The engine in that or similar state of tune might find its way into several of the VW Group's models including, who knows, one or two Porsches.


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    reginos:

    This car is Utopian, don't expect it and don't get excited.

    It is to demonstrate Audi's new design refresh.

    The engine in that or similar state of tune might find its way into several of the VW Group's models including, who knows, one or two Porsches.

    That 5-cylinder Audi engine has won several awards over the past four years...

    ...and it would be great to see more overt model collaboration between Audi and Porsche...

    ...a la Audi RS2! Smiley

    Smiley SmileySmiley


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    Ideal engine for the Macan and the rumoured small-Panamera.


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    noone1:

    ... Give it the new digital dash and it would be my new beater in a heart beat. ...

    The new digital dash is an ergonomic disaster. Audi will be forced to dump it following a record number of lawsuits resulting from accidents caused directly by this abomination.


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    Doubt you'll see any lawsuits about it. It's no more distracting than anything any head unit. It's the drivers job to pay attention, not Audi. Digital dash is coming to every car in the near future.


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    Boxster Coupe GTS:

     

    ...and it would be great to see more overt model collaboration between Audi and Porsche...

    ...a la Audi RS2! Smiley

    Smiley SmileySmiley

    Still looks fantastic Smiley


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    I would be more interested in the upcoming VW Golf R400...yes...a VW Golf with AWD and...400 horses. Yipee. 

    Not a concept, coming latest next year. Should be quite a rocket (0-100 kph in 3.9 seconds and 280 kph Vmax).

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    Shouldn't any 911 be faster then a Golf yes


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    Gnil:

    Shouldn't any 911 be faster then a Golf yes

    Interesting point. Go ask VW. Smiley

    On a more serious note: This is exactly the problem with Porsche now. The competition has become very very strong. However, looking at Maserati for example, or even Aston Martin, I start to think that many Porsche buyers don't care about pure performance figures anymore, which is kind of sad (and disappointing).


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    Aston is sill behind, they desperately need PDK...


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    While many cars (and it is an ever increasing number) have more horsepower and are faster in a straight-line than a 911, almost all of them fall off the road in the first curve. To me the overall package including handling are at least as important as the horsepower figure itself. Hence as long as the 911 is faster around a track then I have no issues at all with high powered station wagons, hatchbacks and SUVs. Then there is the "driving pleasure" part which is the most important and few cars are even close to the 911...


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    RC:

    I would be more interested in the upcoming VW Golf R400...yes...a VW Golf with AWD and...400 horses. Yipee. 

    Not a concept, coming latest next year. Should be quite a rocket (0-100 kph in 3.9 seconds and 280 kph Vmax).

    Smiley

    It might be for real, but it is also not special like the Audi A3 clubsport quattro concept. This VW Golf is like any other Audi S-model, but in a Golf body.


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    RC:

    I would be more interested in the upcoming VW Golf R400...yes...a VW Golf with AWD and...400 horses. Yipee. 

    Not a concept, coming latest next year. Should be quite a rocket (0-100 kph in 3.9 seconds and 280 kph Vmax).


    Acutally this R400 better should be a real rocket. I recently test drove the new Golf R for a couple of days and though it surely is a quite perfect car, it is somehow - boring.

    Obviously too much of perfection kills the excitement. Smiley


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    Rossi:
     

    Obviously too much of perfection kills the excitement. Smiley

    +1


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    Rossi:
     


    Acutally this R400 better should be a real rocket. I recently test drove the new Golf R for a couple of days and though it surely is a quite perfect car, it is somehow - boring.

    Obviously too much of perfection kills the excitement. Smiley

    This is true. Best example: Macan Turbo. The first Porsche which actually didn't ignite that specific "must have" feeling inside me. Also, if my 991 Turbo S wouldn't sound great above 3000 rpm and allow ridiculously fast curve speeds, I would call it boring too sometimes.

    Porsche has a serious issue here in my opinion. I just hope they "get" it in time before they become another BMW.


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    RC:
    Rossi:
     


    Acutally this R400 better should be a real rocket. I recently test drove the new Golf R for a couple of days and though it surely is a quite perfect car, it is somehow - boring.

    Obviously too much of perfection kills the excitement. Smiley

    This is true. Best example: Macan Turbo. The first Porsche which actually didn't ignite that specific "must have" feeling inside me. Also, if my 991 Turbo S wouldn't sound great above 3000 rpm and allow ridiculously fast curve speeds, I would call it boring too sometimes.

    Porsche has a serious issue here in my opinion. I just hope they "get" it in time before they become another BMW.

    <clears throat> This is exactly why some of us have expressed displeasure with the wide scale adoption of automated manual, mainly dual clutch variants, in many sports cars.  Something tangible is lost once a vehicle becomes too perfect and too easy to drive.  Even the really fast cars are now being developed to appease the lowest common denominator driver.


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    The Cayman GT4 will be manual transmission with optional PDK. Interesting to see the demand for manual on this supposedly focussed model.


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    RC:
    Rossi:
     

    This is true. Best example: Macan Turbo. The first Porsche which actually didn't ignite that specific "must have" feeling inside me. Also, if my 991 Turbo S wouldn't sound great above 3000 rpm and allow ridiculously fast curve speeds, I would call it boring too sometimes.

    Porsche has a serious issue here in my opinion. I just hope they "get" it in time before they become another BMW.

    Like many of us have done in the past you might just be ready for something else... Porsches are nice but there are many other exciting cars out there. Frankly I wouldn't see me in any variant of 911 right now except a Singer...


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    reginos:

    The Cayman GT4 will be manual transmission with optional PDK. Interesting to see the demand for manual on this supposedly focussed model.

    We've heard that before.  Typically, what happens is that the vast majority of cars for sale in the States will be equipped with the PDK unless specially ordered with the manual.  


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    CGX car nut:
    reginos:

    The Cayman GT4 will be manual transmission with optional PDK. Interesting to see the demand for manual on this supposedly focussed model.

    We've heard that before.  Typically, what happens is that the vast majority of cars for sale in the States will be equipped with the PDK unless specially ordered with the manual.  

    Unlike the GT3, manual will be available on the GT4. This can only be good news for the friends of the stick.


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