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LOS ANGELES -- The new A3 is a compact sedan with premium car appointments.
Audi positions the A3 as an entry-level car to its brand.
Base models will be front-wheel drive, although Audi Quattro will be available.
The new A3 can be had with an impressive array of connected cabin tech.
Audi refined its MMI controller, changing the buttons somewhat and including a touch pad on the dial.
As in its other cars, the A3 uses Google Earth imagery in the navigation system.
Combining an Nvidia processor and a 4G data connection, the navigation system renders quickly.
The navigation system even shows Google Street View imagery.
An Internet Radio feature brings in more than 7,000 Internet-based radio stations.
Audi's standard elliptical menu structure includes an icon for connected services.
Audi includes weather, fuel prices, news, and information on local landmarks, with data brought in over the car's mobile connection.
Audi adds Facebook and Twitter integration in the A3.
A new smartphone app will release later in 2014, which integrates new features into the car.