The German luxury car manufacturer group Audi is on its way to launch new Audi A3 2021. Audi is offering the redesigned model with more premium interior, razor-sharp view, and premier technology, making it a worthy option in the entry-level luxury sedan class. It will be sold as sedan exclusively in North America and as a hatchback sports model in Europe and other global markets. The company will present the segment’s fourth generation with a sporty exterior, and Lamborghini influenced cabin styling.
The company has announced a sportier model, but for now, the company will release only a new model. The new model is three centimeters longer and wider with the same wheelbase as its predecessor. The redesigned body with a drag coefficient of 0.28 will be a
strong rival for Mercedes Benz A-class and BMW 2-series Gran Coupe.
The total cargo space would be 13.4 cubic feet (380 liters) with rear seats in place and increases to 42.3 cubic feet (1200 liters) on the folding of seats. The company has onboarded some smart-looking headlight & taillights and offers different daytime running lights depending upon the model; customers can even equip their car with the new matrix LED headlights at an extra cost.
The price is not yet released, but we guess it to be around $35,000 for a base model named premium, the second part premium plus at $ 38,000 and prestige $40,000 usual as other Audis currently on the line-up. We will update the pricing and trim details once we get official confirmation.
2021 Audi A3 Release:
Audi has started taking preorders in Germany and is expected to start to deliver the cars in summer 2020, and for the United States market, the car will hit the market in 2021.
The Audi A3 in the European market will be available in a turbocharged 1.5-liter gasoline traditional version and a hybrid, both producing 150 horsepower; it will be joined a smaller three-cylinder 1.0-liter unit offering 110 horsepower. For diesel lovers, there will be a 2.0-liter producing 116 horsepower and 150 horsepower powertrain options.
America will be offered a 2.0-liter engine option with either front- or all-wheel drive. Customers can choose from a six-speed manual or seven-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox. The officials have also provided some hints for plug-in hybrid or e-Tron to be launched later.
There is no official claim for the mileage part, but we expect the company will onboard fuel efficiency to compete rival: the A-class sedan and 2-series Gran Coupe offers as high as 35 mpg on the highway. The interior cabin space has been adapted from a larger A4 sedan with large air vents along with a stitched panel lining the top of the dashboard. The front seats will be faux-suede upholstery with a quilted seating surface.
The variant will feature a 10.1-inch infotainment touchscreen or might a bigger optional 12.3-inch unit. The climate control and vehicle driving modes will be handled by buttons. The company will offer a digital gauge display as standard fitting along with a large map feature, which makes it easier for the car driver to navigate.
The model will be equipped with a plethora of driver-assistance features like automated emergency braking system, lane-departure warning, adaptive cruise control, and more advanced specs to be offered with optional packages. The car will be packed with standard warranty coverage like a limited warranty of 4 years or 50,000 miles and a Powertrain warranty for four years or 50,000 miles.