Pointlessly, extravagantly beautiful for its own sake

The Audi RS Q3 is not in the least eco-friendly and won’t even be sold here, but it’s a hugely significant creation for Audi aficionados

15th December, 2019
Pointlessly, extravagantly beautiful for its own sake
Audi RS Q3: a ‘bombastic’ performance

The Audi RS Q3 is entirely pointless, yet it is actually a hugely important car. In fact it’s so important that to engineer and develop its predecessor, the first-generation RS Q3, Audi cancelled development of a gorgeous, fast, fantastic, RS 5 Coupé-based “New Quattro”. Forever after, true motoring enthusiasts hated the RS Q3.

Audi loved it, though, and so did several thousand customers. So here we are – still with...

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