New Audi A3 Sedan

Audi A3 Saloon

Sporty through and through.

Exterior design

Muscular taut surfaces, coupé-like roof contour and especially the wedge-shaped design lines and shadow edges instantly emphasise the vehicles’ pronounced forward-moving stance.Flat, wide and compact: the three hallmark design characteristics of the Audi A3 Sedan. Even the vehicle proportions accentuate the dynamic character of these new models.While the Audi idiom of sporty elegance embodies the basic traits of the design, a wealth of other design details on the Saloon also make a thoroughly distinctive statement.

Get comfortable

Interior design

We’ve introduced a number of finishing touches to the interior of the Audi A3 to make your driving experience both comfortable and unique.

You’ll find an impressive attention to detail in everything from the 7” slimline, electrically extending colour display screen to the optional luxurious leather seating, which means that every journey you make will be a personal one.

Audi A3 Saloon

Turbocharge Your Drive

A3_TFSIThe TFSI® engine FSI® direct-injection technology is a unique Audi innovation that was originally developed for the Le Mans 24-hour endurance race to deliver more power and torque, as well as enhanced fuel efficiency. Precisely the right amount of fuel and air are injected into the combustion chambers, enabling the engine to ‘breathe’ more easily.

It results in reduced heat loss and increased output, with around a 15% reduction in fuel consumption and significantly lower exhaust emissions. We’ve also developed TFSI®, with turbocharging – giving cars an extra injection of power.


A3 TDIThe TDI® engine We introduced TDI® to the roads in 1989, and since then, we’ve continuously refined it, including developing common-rail technology. Under this system, a series of piezo injectors uses electrical charge to precisely control the amount of fuel injected into the engine.As well as reducing noise, this allows combustion to happen at a lower temperature, with less oxygen, which lowers emissions.

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