2019 Audi S3 Cabriolet Release Date & Price – Audi revealed the S3 Cabriolet on Wednesday, before its Geneva motor show debut. The go-fast version of the small A3 Cab shares the exact same prevalent MQB architecture as the relaxation of the 3 range, nevertheless, it receives a hotter engine, a lower posture and, of course, a ragtop. It’ll show up in Germany over the summer, and probably in this article a while right after the S3 sedan in early on 2019.
2019 Audi S3 Cabriolet Changes
The S3 Cabriolet becomes Audi’s turbocharged 2.0-liter TFSI engine generating 300 hp and 280 lb-ft of torque. A six-speed S-Tronic dual-clutch transmission delivers power to all four wheels, however, the fronts do most of the work. The S3 results 33 mpg (on the European cycle), according to Audi. The soft top becomes an electrohydraulic drive, with framing created from the mineral magnesium, aluminum, and high-power stainlesss steel to continue to keep weight down. Audi affirms the top starts up in 18 seconds, at speeds up to 31 mph. The S3 is almost the same in size to the A3, with a 174.3-inch length, 70-inch width, and 54.7-inch size. The S3 is about an inch reduce to the ground.
Twelve colors are supplied for the fresh paint, three for the soft top. For the S3, Audi’s big grille receives a chrome surround and features a platinum gray place. The intakes are highlighted with bodywork and feature chrome “rib” facial lines and honeycomb inserts. S3 badges embellish the front and rear. Standard equipment involves a sports leather steering wheel, brushed stainless steel-metallic pedals, keyless entry, and startup, xenon headlights, S3 trademarks in the door sills and various other pieces. Paddle shifters are optionally available, as is a multifunction flat-base steering wheel, LED headlights, navigation, and a premium sound system.
2019 Audi S3 Cabriolet Release Date & Price
The S3 Cabriolet will cost 48,500 euros when it comes to Germany, which converts to $66,700. We’re confident it won’t cost very much whether it arrives right here: Generally the S version is about $15K more than the A, which would place this near $45,000.