2013 Audi A3 Fully Revealed Ahead of Geneva

The next generation Audi A3 has been completely revealed ahead of the Geneva Motor Show.

We brought you a leaked photo of the new Audi A3 earlier this week and now we have a slew of photos of the new hatchback in its next-generation form. The 2012 A3, based on VW's new Modular Transverse Matrix (MQB) runs on the company's new line of gasoline and diesel plants offering power in the range of 105hp to 180hp. The lineup of engines are mated to either a manual BVM6 gearbox or an S-Tronic automatic 7-speed tranny.

The photos show off the new A3 hatchback's exterior and interior. The 2012 Audi A3 will make its debut in two weeks' time at the Geneva Motor Show, opening its doors on March 6th.

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