The soon-to-be-launched Audi A3 Sedan has yet again been spotted testing on the Indian soil. The car was spotted testing in Mumbai by Teambhp member carfreak77.
The A3 sedan will be the cheapest sedan from the Ingolstadt based car maker in India. The new Audi A3 sedan has a styling that is distinctive of a typical Audi sedan and at first glance, the car looks like a slightly smaller version of the Audi A4.
The designers at Audi have done a remarkable job with flawlessly integrating a boot in the A3 hatchback. The A3 sedan’s wheelbase is 2.64m long and the car has an overall length of 4.46m and width of 1.8m. The A3 sedan has a kerb weight of 1250kg and the car has a boot space of 425 litres.
- In international markets, the entry level diesel variant of the A3 Sedan is powered by a 2.0 litres TDI engine that has a max power output of 150bhp and a peak torque figure of 320Nm. The motor enables the new car to accelerate to 100kmph in 8.7 second and have a fuel economy of approx 25kmpl.
- The base petrol engine on offer is a 1.4 litres TFSI engine that has a max power output of 140bhp and 250Nm of peak torque. This variant of the car can accelerate to 100kmph in 8.4 seconds and return a fuel efficiency figure of approx 20kmpl.
- A more powerful 1.8 litres TFSI engine is also on offer. This engine produces 180bhp of max power and 250Nm of peak torque. This variant of the car can accelerate to 100kmph in 7.3 seconds and return a fuel efficiency of close to 18 kmpl. Transmission options will be a 6-speed manual or the 7-speed S-Tronic gearbox.
The car comes kitted out with Audi’s MMI system, a 7-inch screen, Adaptive cruise control, Lane change assist and Pre-sense safety.
The Audi A3 will be launched in India with a sticker price of around INR 18 lakhs for the base model.
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