Geneva 2011: Audi A3 Concept Production Model

Recently we presented some teased shots of the all-new A3 concept sedan Audi was planning to unveil at the Geneva Motor Show. Well, the time has finally come and Audi officially revealed the attractive entry-level AWD four-door sedan. The A3 sedan sports carbon fiber reinforced plastic that's been put to use on the front grille, front air takes, 20-inch wheels, side mirrors, and rear diffuser, while aluminum is featured inside and out.

Power comes from a 2.5-liter turbocharged 5-cylinder with 408-horsepower. An important fact about the A3 almost production-ready concept is that the vehicle's chassis improvements are derived from Audi's RS3. Inside, the interior can be described as conservative. The cabin features a customizable information display, and plenty of passenger space. The back seats in particular sport some iPad holders, a feature that will go well with the Apple fans out there. Check out the live photos from the event.

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