ABT QS3, now with ratings up to 270 hp


We have tried to ABT QS3 in Automotive Stage, this is the preparation of ABT on the Audi Q3. Its aggressive appearance is conditioned by a body kit that makes it seem the little beast compact SUV much sportier and faster. ABT was accompanied by a performance kit for TDI and TFSI engines, and now announces new options for empowerment that come from the hand of images taken of the model in reality, rather than the computer renderings we saw.

The first engine is the 2.0 TDI boostable 140 hp, which already has a standard torque similar to a naturally aspirated V6 gasoline. With the ABT chip Power power power increases up to 170 hp and torque grows to a healthy 370 Nm. ABT does not forget the 170 hp 2.0 TDI, whose power grows to 205 hp and torque beyond 400 Nm. The petrol engines are also outside the chute extra power, specifically the 2.0 TFSI.

The 170 hp engine increases its power in an amazing 41% and is now final delivery of 240 hp. It is prepared for such an engine increases power without internal reinforcement, recall that ships with 270 hp in the Volkswagen Golf R. The torque increases from 280 to 340 Nm, a figure identical to those of some diesel blocks. If you still want more strength to our ABT QS3 must know that the 211 hp version can be enhanced to 270 hp.

For our 270 hp sport SUV ABT recommends the purchase of ABT rims up to 21 inches in dark colors, as well as an exhaust sound deeper and more aggressive, with four exhaust aesthetic breadsticks. To improve the dynamics, we should not forget a lowered suspension harder, with the potential to improve cornering the small Ingolstadt. If we can take care about even burned a disc brake kit with up to 345 mm.

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