At 4.41m in length, it’s also 25mm longer than the Q3 thanks to the new bumpers, and weighs in at 1,730 kg. An exclusive shade of Sepang Blue pearl effect further distinguishes the RS Q3. Power is sent to the tarmac via a seven-speed S tronic dual-clutch transmission that offers D (drive), S (sport) and M (manual) modes through Audi’s Quattro permanent all-wheel-drive system. Launch control is also a feature, while with automatic stop/start, Ingolstadt’s high-performance SUV claims to return 26.73 mpg (US avg.).The RS Q3 is sitting pretty on a set standard 19-inch alloys, with a choice of 20-inch alloys available as an option.