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Audi at the GTI meeting at Wörthersee: E-bike and Q3 for tuning fans

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Audi at the GTI meeting at Wörthersee
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E with a bit of power it can be for tuning fans from all over the world who meet every year at Lake Wörthersee. On the show stage, Audi is showing the RS Q3, the hot version of the compact off-roader. It will hardly play a role that the study, which gives an outlook on the Power-Q3, already celebrated its world premiere at Auto China in Beijing a few weeks ago.

Audi RS Q3 with 360 PS at the Wörtherseetreffen

Wheel arch extensions, honeycomb grill, lowering, dark chrome elements, wide tires - this is how the Audi RS Q3 presents itself to its audience. Under the hood of the compact SUV that Audi will show at the GTI meeting at the Wörthersee, a 2.5-liter turbo direct injection engine with five cylinders and an output of 360 hp works. Thanks to this robust TFSI, the Power-Q3 should sprint to 100 km /h in 5.2 seconds and reach 265 km /h.

Number two on the Audi-Wörthersee stage will also be an old acquaintance. The Audi Q3 Jinlong Yufeng, which was also shown for the first time in China. With this model, the Audi employees also want to show at Lake Wörthersee how leisure-oriented the model can be, because it takes up the topic of kitesurfing - Jinlong Yufeng translates as 'golden dragon in the wind'.

The Audi Q3 Jinlong Yufeng carries a carrier system with two kite boards on the roof. The yellow paint and the off-road add-on parts in matt gray are intended to give the Q3 an additional fun factor, along with the widened track and a height of 30 millimeters. The already well-known 2.5-liter tube petrol engine with an output level of 310 hp should provide fun. After all, the five-cylinder is so potent for a sprint time of 5.5 seconds and a top speed of 250 km /h.

GTI- Meeting with Audi Q3 Red Track

Number three in the Q3 bundle is a new release. The study is called the Audi Q3 Red Track and is reminiscent of the Vail presented at the Detroit Motor Show. It is aimed at fans of skiing and is therefore allowed to take two pairs of Audi CFRP skis for a walk on the roof. If the ski tour takes longer, there are two flashlights with radiant heaters and a thermos on board. For chilling out, the Audi Q3 Red Track also has a reversible luggage compartment mat with heated seat cushions. Two LED headlights housed in the roof rack illuminate the way into the valley. AroundTo attract even more attention, the Audi Q3 Red Track is painted red in line with its name and has matt gray add-on parts. These will soon also be available in the aftermarket.

The Audi Wörthersee study is powered by the 2.5 liter five-cylinder, this time in the power version with 340 hp and 450 Nm torque. The all-wheel-drive Q3 should enable 263 km /h and accelerate to 100 things in 5.4 seconds. 20-inch alloy wheels with 255/45 tires maintain contact with the road. As with the 'Golden Dragon', the Red Track can look forward to being raised by 30 millimeters and widening the track by 40 millimeters.

Audi e-bike at speeds of up to 80 km /h

The Audi e-bike, which celebrates its world premiere at the GTI meeting on Lake Wörthersee, only comes with two wheels. The CFRP bike weighs 21 kilograms without the battery housed in the frame. This should be charged in 2.5 hours and have a capacity of 530 Wh at 48 volts. The nine kilo lithium-ion battery can be exchanged in a few simple steps. The e-motor with a peak output of 2.3 kW sits at the lowest point of the Audi e-bike and acts directly on the bottom bracket.

Five driving modes are available. In 'Pure' mode, the driver is entirely dependent on his muscle strength. In the 'Pedelec' operating mode, it is supported by an electric motor - this enables a top speed of 80 km /h with a range of 50 to 70 kilometers. In the 'eGrip' program, the bike is fully electric, the driver can keep his feet still and be chauffeured at a maximum of 50 km /h. Propulsion can be controlled using a freely configurable twist grip.

On a bike in wheelie mode

Whom two wheels is too mundane, you can be on the back wheel in wheelie mode. An electronic control supports the driver thanks to 'Power-Wheelie' with an adjustable wheelie angle for experienced drivers or in the 'Balanced Wheelie' mode in which the electric motor compensates for the driver's movement. If the driver leans forward, the e-bike becomes faster, if he leans backwards on a bike, it slows down. But slowly shouldn't be an option for the clientele of the GTI meeting.

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