Audi releases its new RS5 coupe
It’s faster, differently illuminated, very slightly more efficient, and costs the same
As the Geneva Motor Show approaches the new cars keep on coming, and this is the new Audi RS5 - a quicker, softly resculpted version of the 2010 RS5.
The 0-100kph dash has been whittled down to 4.5 seconds (preciously 4.6 seconds), fuel economy improved from 11kpl to 11.5kpl, and CO2 emissions have been pared down from 252g/km 246g/km.
Outside, you get a marginally different grille, rerouted LED lights and an almost-indistinguishable new bumper.
Inside, there's a bit more kit offered as standard - DVD navigation, Bluetooth, cruise control and an iPod connection.
It keeps the Lambo-derived 444bhp 4.2-litre V8, seven-speed S tronic ‘box and quattro four-wheel drive system as standard. The last RS5 wasn't a huge favourite in the TopGear office, it has to be said, but that didn't stop Jeremy driving one very quickly against an M3...
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