Audi A3 1.6 TDI ultra: get the A3 of 3.2 l/100 km

Audi_A3_TDI_ultra_DM_1The Audi A3 version debuts. Launches a new variant, version, with less consumption approved the full range of Audi A3. Comes the Audi A3 1.6 TDI ultra and does, performing with a combined consumption of only 3.2 l/100 approved km. Volkswagen had already achieved this consumption with the Volkswagen Golf BlueMotion. Now is the turn of this Audi A3 1.6 TDI Audi ultra.

With 110 horses, the German brand has achieved an Audi A3 capable of a fuel tank autonomy 1,500 km how? An aerodynamic improvement and optimization of the gearbox to the third pillar of sustainable range Audi, where we also find e-tron models and g-tron, supported by the electricity and gas respectively.

Resorting to block 1.6-liter 4-cylinder TDI, with an output of 110 hp instead of the usual 105, the Audi A3 1.6 TDI achieves ultra approve a 3.2-liter consumption, enabling the compact, available in both 3-door body as in the Sportback variant, with a 50 liter tank, reach 1,500 km range while homologous acceleration in the 0 to 100 km / h in 10.5 seconds and a top speed of 200 km / h.

To achieve this new consumption figure in Audi have resorted to aerodynamic improvements provided by the S Line absents while resorts to a lower height, with a 15 mm body lower. It has tires with low rolling resistance with dimensions of 205/55 on 16-inch wheels and also the rate of change has also been optimized to find the lowest consumption.

The Audi A3 1.6 TDI ultra is the first model under this name, something similar to what we found in the BlueMotion Volkswagen or Skoda GreenLine with, but not the last. The Ingolstadt have already announced that there will be more art in brand models and engines under this name, not only diesel, TFSI mechanical also.

The new Audi A3 has already passed through the hands Diariomotor team, so do not miss the Audi A3 test for details of the compact of Ingolstadt. Nor miss the premium compact comparison to see how it ranks against the competition: the BMW 1 Series and the Mercedes Class A.

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