The Audi Q3 isn’t what I’d call a super-car, it’s more like a premium version of the popular Volkswagen Tiguan which is why the company relied on 2-liter diesels for their sales. But with looks like that, it’s no surprise customers wanted this Audi to become a performance car, which is why the RS Q3 came out last year, the first SUV to ever wear the RS badge.
German tuning garage MTM though it could improve upon Audi’s work, so they worked their magic on the RS Q3, and launched an impressive customization project. The 2.5-liter turbo engine now develops 410 bhp, 100 more than original intended, thanks to the sports exhaust and a new ECU map fitted onto the car. Customers may opt out for the 3,357 Euro M-Cantronic engine mod and the 4,699 Euro exhaust system, which will enable the RS Q3 to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 4.3 seconds and reach a top speed of 270 km/h.
The Audi also features a performance braking system with massive 380 ventilated front disks, 20-inch Bimoto alloys and Michelin 275/35 R 20 Pilot Super Sport tyres for an improved handling. I’m guessing everyone is satisfied, right? Surely, this powerful and sleek looking Audi should please you all.