Interior layout

Audi RS3 review

Audi RS3
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Interior layout

The interior layout, fit and finish

The regular Audi A3 is impressive enough inside thanks to lots of soft-touch plastics, well-damped switches and beautiful chrome accents – and you get more of the same in the RS3. The minimalist design is head and shoulders above both BMW and Volkswagen rivals for quality.

True, some people might find the predominantly dark grey ambience a little too restrained, but there are enough bespoke touches to highlight that you’ve forked out for an RS model. The flat-bottomed steering wheel is a lovely thing to hold, embossed RS logos on the Nappa leather seats add a touch of class and you get Audi’s Virtual Cockpit – a digital display that sits behind the steering wheel in place of conventional instrument dials – as standard.

If that’s not enough, you can add a 14-speaker Bang & Olufsen stereo, diamond-quilted Super Sports seats and a wireless smartphone charger for compatible devices.

 

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