Considering its satisfied costumer and sales target in Europe, now Audi starts to expand their market to America by releasing new 2013 Audi RS5. Just like the European costumer, Audi will give the same grace and satisfaction for the fans in US. Same with 2013 Audi A7, this sport car will greet its US costumer with an impressive design and as always, many advance electronic features that has become Audi’s credit in their journey.
At the first glance, you will notice that 2013 Audi RS5 is wrapped brilliantly sporty. Its exterior part is equipped with two oval exhausts system, big rear diffuser, and rear spoiler. 2013 Audi RS5 comes with standard 19-inch wheels and optional 20-inch wheels. Some redesigning is found on its headlights that look smaller than 2013 Bentley Continental GT, and a new light tube around the headlights is replacing the LED running lights. That’s why car is more stylish than 2013 Dodge Charger AWD.
You can choose whether you want an aluminum or titanium packages for your 2013 Audi RS5, which offer you with both benefits and drawbacks at the same time. The titanium package provides you 20-inch rims with titanium accent which give you a wild looks, but unfortunately the black plastic grille looks far from the luxury image. On the other side, the aluminum package comes with chrome grille that give you more elegant touch.
This car’s interior is so fashionable and classy. Detail attention is given to enhance its sporty feeling. Its carbon-fiber trims and new flat-bottom steering wheel looks beautiful with the addition of RS5 logo. 2013 Audi RS5 also ensures your driving position with its ergonomic design on its front seat. But in order to get your perfect experience, there are still many things that Audi has to fix regarding this ergonomic issue. Many advance technology are put in 2013 Audi RS5’s cabin as standard features, let say the upgraded MMI System, which comes with navigation system if you decide to have the MMI Plus version. For your entertainment, SIRIUS radio and its sound system are ready to fulfill your needs. Disappointment comes from the absence of USB port, so instead of plug in your devices to the, you should have an SD card to transfers your data.
2013 Audi RS5’s powertrain comes from a 4.2 liter V8 engine which generates 450 horsepower and 317 lb-ft of torque, 20 horsepower more than other V8 engines that are equipped to the R8 type. The only transmission available for Audi RS5 2013 is a 7-speed dual-clutch automated manual. That’s why this car is faster than 2013 Kia Sportage.
If you’re interested in buying this Audi masterpiece, it’s on sale now with a $68.900 price tag.
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