Audi RS5 review

Category: Coupé

Section: Passenger & boot space

Audi RS5 Sportback 2019 RHD rear seats
  • Audi RS5 Sportback 2019 front low camera tracking shot
  • Audi RS5 Sportback 2019 rear low camera tracking shot
  • Audi RS5 Sportback 2019 RHD dashboard
  • Audi RS5 Sportback 2019 RHD rear seats
  • Audi RS5 Sportback 2019 centre console detail
  • Audi RS5 Sportback 2019 high front tracking shot
  • Audi RS5 Sportback 2019 front cornering shot
  • Audi RS5 Sportback 2019 high rear tracking shot
  • Audi RS5 Sportback 2019 headlight detail
  • Audi RS5 Sportback 2019 boot open
  • Audi RS5 Sportback 2019 front low camera tracking shot
  • Audi RS5 Sportback 2019 rear low camera tracking shot
  • Audi RS5 Sportback 2019 RHD dashboard
  • Audi RS5 Sportback 2019 RHD rear seats
  • Audi RS5 Sportback 2019 centre console detail
  • Audi RS5 Sportback 2019 high front tracking shot
  • Audi RS5 Sportback 2019 front cornering shot
  • Audi RS5 Sportback 2019 high rear tracking shot
  • Audi RS5 Sportback 2019 headlight detail
  • Audi RS5 Sportback 2019 boot open
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Passenger & boot space

How it copes with people and clutter

Clearly, you won’t be considering a coupé if space is your number one priority, but the  three-door RS5 isn’t as impractical as you might imagine. A pair of six-footers will squeeze in the back easily enough, although they’ll have to slouch to keep their heads from brushing against the rooflining.

The four-door Sportback saloon is obviously a better choice if you’re looking for space, and its rear seats offer plenty of knee room even behind taller drivers. Head room is also generous, even around the panoramic roof.