Review: Audi RS5 (2017)

Rating:

Lighter and faster than previous RS5 yet still incredibly refined and comfortable for a performance car. Lovely sound from V6 engine.

Lacks the hard edged aggressiveness of a BMW M4.

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11 June 2019 Audi RS5 returns in Sport Edition form

After a brief hiatus, Audi's RS5 Coupe has returned in Audi Sport Edition form - and, for the first time, as an RS5 Sportback model. Sales of the RS5 Coupe and Sportback will be limited to just 250... Read more

26 September 2017 RS5 Carbon Edition launched

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3 May 2017 New RS5 revealed

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Audi RS5 (2017): At A Glance

Reaffirming its status as halo model of the A5 range the all-new Audi RS 5 Coupé made its world debut at the 87th annual Geneva Motor Show on 7th March 2017, offering significant pace from its brand new V6 biturbo TFSI, a lighter overall weight and a healthy hike in torque.

It also offers cutting-edge driver assistance and connectivity systems to the comprehensive standard specification.

The 450PS, sub-four second to 60 GT is open for orders from May 2017 with first RHD UK cars from summer 2017.

What does a Audi RS5 (2017) cost?

List Price from £64,735
Buy new from £58,193
Contract hire from £645.25 per month
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