Friday November 22, 2019

Audi’s RS halo effect continues to shimmer

While cars like the revived Audi RS 3 and TT RS aren’t key to Irish buyers, they do have a positive impact on the brand’s wider sales, writes Matt Robinson

2nd June, 2019

It may not have been obviously apparent, but both the Audi RS 3 and the TT RS have been absent from the German company’s price list for the best part of a year.

While neither model is powered by a diesel engine, the change to emissions laws in the wake of the huge scandal of late 2015 and early 2016 was enough to take several of the Volkswagen Group’s products out of production, while...

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