The C63 is fun. It's gone the second orders open up for RS4/RS4 Avant.
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I forget if it was posted here or on Audizine, but I believe by 2019 or 2020, Audi is suppose to be bringing between 7-9 RS models to North America (including the US).
The US definitely won't get an Avant, but an RS4 sedan 2019+ would be a possibility, but for the US market they may just skip the RS4 and bring the RS5/RS6 since they are bringing over an RS3. R8 is suppose to be going V6 twin-turbo also.
Back on topic, the Avants never did anything for me, but then again i'm not a wagon guy so what would I know.
RS6 was here but it sold poorly so now we only have RS7. I don't think that will change.
Given that GLC63 and X4M are both likely to happen, I see RSQ5 being a done deal too (GLC43 and X4 M40i compete with SQ5). RSQ3 is questionable for US market. Don't forget TTRS. So that's your 7 or 8 RS models:
1. RS3 sedan
2. RS4 sedan
3. RS5 coupe
4. RS5 sportback
5. RS7 sportback
6. TT RS coupe
7. RS Q5
8. RS Q3 (maybe)
Personally, I'm really hoping they bring the RS3 and/or RS4 over in sedan form. I'd jump over either but I would hold out on the RS3 if the RS4 was confirmed. Unfortunately I doubt a manual option would be available in either, forcing me to hold onto the S4 to keep a manual
We for sure are getting the sedan RS3, and if theres a sedan RS4 I bet we'll be getting that as well.
Excited to see how this plays out. I've planned for quite a while to purchase an S4 when I'm done with my GLI, it just feels like a logical next-step car. Similar in size, a sedan, but with more power and AWD. The possibility of an RS, though, definitely interests me.
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