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Mmmmm, more hatchbacks.
Sadly, this one won't be coming to the US.
It will, however, capture our hearts in a way that the RS3 sedan (which is coming Stateside) cannot.
It's exactly the same car, apart from the rear end.
It still sports a 400-horsepower, 2.5-liter I5.
Its 0-62 time is a scant 4.1 seconds, which isn't bad for what could technically be a family car.
Compared to the regular A3 Sportback, it's lower and wider.
The interior features Nappa leather and sport seats.
There's also an RS-specific readout in the gauge cluster screen that displays G-forces, tire pressures and torque output.
Thankfully, we at least get the sedan, so we can still have some fun with this one.