See pics: New Audi A3 promises better driving dynamics than ever
Audi is all set to launch the new A3 Sportback. The world premiere of the new sporty hatchback will take place at the Geneva Motor Show in March.
Audi is all set to launch the new A3 sportback. The world premiere of the new sporty hatchback will take place at the Geneva Motor Show in March.
Equipped with a new 4-speed quattro AWD, the new A3 Sportback will have improved stability, traction and driving aesthetics.
The Audi drive select system is the interface between the regulated suspension and drive systems and the driver. It can be switched between five modes – comfort, auto, dynamic, efficiency, and individual – via a physical button located near the gearshift or selector lever.
The progressive steering is equipped with a highly efficient electromechanical drive that outputs power only when it is needed. It works together closely with various assist systems, such as the adaptive cruise assist, the collision avoidance assist, and the park assist.
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The driver can choose different ESC operating modes, either ESC On mode or fully working Sport mode, Moderate control mode and ESC Off mode, or turning off the function that will cause the wheels to slip without limits.
The driver can switch the basic damper settings between the three modes of comfort, auto, and dynamic in the Audi drive select system. In doing so, the suspension increases the range between a soft rolling motion during smooth driving and with taut handling so that the driver gets an intense experience of the spread. In the case of a sporty driving style in curves, the dampers support the car and ensure that it does not dip as much when braking. This ensures that the wheels stay in closer contact with the road.
First Published Date: 17 Feb 2020, 03:12 PM IST
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