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The Audi A3 car is divided into generations:
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The Audi A3 model was first produced in 1996 as a subcompact executive car. Since its production, four generations and three facelifts have been created. In 2014, this model won the Worlds Car of the Year award. Today, the Audi A3 model is popular among drivers for its sportiness, comfortable driving, and high-quality materials used in the interior.
Audi A3 models are driven by either front-wheel or quattro all-wheel drive system. The main body type of Audi A3 is hatchback, but since 2008, it has also included convertibles and since 2013, sedans. Audi A3 is available with automatic and manual transmission.
Each Audi A3 model has different technical specifications due to different engine or body types. The following table provides summary technical data for Audi A3 models.
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Audi A3 8L (1996–2003)
The new model - Audi A3 - was a huge success for Audi. It was the car that made small premium cars popular.
Before the release of this model, most drivers who wanted to buy a luxurious and high-quality car could only choose from large cars, which not everyone wanted or needed. The new, high-quality, small, premium Audi A3 was exactly what the market was missing. The first generation of Audi A3s sold so well that Audi could barely keep up with production.
The first Audi A3s were produced with a 3-door hatchback body, and after 3 years, a 5-door version called the "Sportback" was introduced to the market. The Audi A3 8L was sporty, with all-wheel or front-wheel drive, and its 4-cylinder engines were mounted transversely. The Audi A3 was also the second Audi model to feature a five-valve-per-cylinder system.
As with any older model, the first-generation Audi A3 may have some quirks that don't match current trends, but at the time of its release, it was a real hit.
Audi A3 8P (2003–2013)
The second generation of the Audi A3 was unveiled at the 2003 Geneva Motor Show. The A3 8P was built on a new platform and had a different exterior design, as well as new engines.
Although the Audi A3 8P was built on the same platform as the VW Golf (PQ35), it looked different. The car's design was created by Walter da Silva, who incorporated new design grilles into the front of the A3 and made the A3 shape a bit more sporty. A new bumper was added to the rear of the car, and smaller rear lights were mounted in the corners. The range of engines was expanded with new gasoline engines with FSI injection system.
In mid-2003, the line was supplemented with two more powerful engines - the 2.0 Turbo-FSI version with 200 hp and the 3.2 liter VR6 with 250 hp.
The second-generation Audi A3 was refreshed in 2008 and was available in 3-door hatchback, 5-door Sportback hatchback, and cabriolet body styles.
Audi A3 8V (2012–2020)
The third-generation Audi A3 model was lighter, had better equipment, and featured lower fuel consumption than before.
The Audi A3 8V was 80 kg lighter than the previous generation model and featured a better aerodynamic coefficient of just 0.32. This was achieved by a narrower front of the car, a curved front window, and a special door design. Additionally, an aerodynamic and aesthetic spoiler was added to the rear. The third-generation A3 design was exceptional on the road and practical on the inside.
In 2012, the A3 was also the first model produced on the new MQB platform. The creation of this platform was expensive, but it allowed most Volkswagen Group cars (Audi, Škoda, Seat, etc.) to share mechanical parts more easily and flexibly.
Due to its excellent driving characteristics, competitive price, and excellent selection of petrol and diesel engines, this car was recognized as the car of the year. Although the third-generation A3 could only appear as a subtle evolution of previous models, it actually surpassed its predecessors in every aspect.
Audi A3 8Y (2020-present)
The fourth-generation Audi A3 made its debut in 2020 at the virtual Geneva Motor Show. While it may not be a leader in terms of quality, it is certainly a good choice in the highly competitive premium hatchback segment.
The design of the new Audi A3, both inside and out, is inspired by Lamborghini. Its exterior appearance is quite bold, and some design elements are quite controversial, such as the detail around the front fog lights, which looks like a hook. Depending on the chosen equipment or trim level, the front lights are Matrix-LED. The length of the car has increased only 3 cm compared to the previous generation and is 4.34 m in total.
The fourth-generation Audi A3 has a narrow range of engines, offering three regular internal combustion engines - a 1.5-liter TFSi engine with 150 horsepower and a 2.0-liter TDI engine with two power outputs, 110 hp and 150 hp respectively. Drivers can also choose innovative natural gas-powered engines and a hybrid option.
With this generation, the 3-door hatchback was dropped, leaving only the A3 sedan and the 5-door Sportback in the market. Although the A3 is not particularly spacious, it is undoubtedly the most spacious premium hatchback for families.