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Saturday, November 26, 2005

Audi RS3: Test mule spotted in the wild?

Audi RS3
Is this the rumored Audi RS3? Audipassion is telling us that this is an Audi RS3 test mule, pretending to be an ordinary Audi A3 Sportsback, spotted in the wild.
OK, it's not so wild, it's just in front of Audi's headquarter in Ingolstadt, Germany.
The reason why they think it's an Audi RS3 test mule: the sticker on the steering wheel saying that the engine revolution is automatically limited to 7500 rotations per minute. That's unordinary for a normal Audi A3.

Is that evidence enough? Please decide by yourself. We stay doubtful a bit.

Audi RS3
Audi RS3
Audi RS3


Source: Audipassion (only in French)


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