In the course of some proverbial fine-tuning, Audi Sport GmbH is increasing the sportiness of the Audi RS 4 Avant and Audi RS 5. The new competition package is bursting with extras that both sharpen the cars’ appearance and make for a more emotional driving experience. With its optional coilover suspension (RS sport suspension pro), the competition plus package boasts a maximum in dynamics and driving fun while not compromising its top suitability for everyday use. Sometimes less is more: Reduced insulation between the engine compartment and the interior means the RS 4 Avant and RS 5 will thrill customers with an exciting, next-level sound experience. The potent biturbo V6 has 331 kW (450 PS) of power and a torque of 600 newton meters from 1,900 to 5,000 rpm4. The Audi RS 4 Avant and RS 5 with the competition packages will be available from dealers starting July. Prices start at 7.875 euros for the competition package and 11,875 euros for the competition plus package.
Audi RS Q3 vs. Mercedes-AMG GLA 45: Which is better? 7 facts about the power SUV
You shouldn't come at these SUVs with off-road nonsense: Mercedes-AMG GLA 45 and Audi RS Q3. Both swim in the pool of compact performance vehicles and both want to be the fastest here. While the Audi is already on the market, the Benz is just celebrating its premiere. We have compiled a comparison of the 7 most important facts.
With the new Jogger, Dacia is expanding its model range to include a versatile family vehicle with up to seven seats. The name stands for the authentic character and the outdoor spirit of the brand. Dacia will offer the Jogger either as a five- or seven-seater. With its generous amount of space, its variable concept and its pragmatic detailed solutions, the variable model qualifies as a family vehicle for everyday use and leisure. The short and concise name of the new Dacia Jogger is easy to pronounce and universally understandable. It stands for dynamism and embodies the Dacia outdoor spirit. The suffix "-er" as in the successful Duster SUV model underlines the robust character and versatility in daily use for the whole family.
The all-new 2022 Kia Carnival Multi-Purpose Vehicle (MPV) replaces the outgoing Sedona to become a multifaceted and unexpected companion. Staking claim on the unoccupied space between SUV and family hauler, the Carnival arrives with a new name and is the first vehicle to be sold in the U.S. with Kia’s new logo proudly displayed on its sculpted hood. It pushes the boundaries on expected fronts in much the same way the Kia K5 did to redefine what a midsize sedan should be. Penned at Kia’s California design studio, the Carnival wears a bold and boxy appearance and conveys the visual language found on the brand’s recent and highly successful line of rugged utility vehicles - Telluride, Sorento, and Seltos. Inside, the three-row seven- or eight-passenger MPV delivers a premium level of refinement, savvy technology, and flexibility. And with best-in-class passenger room and best-in-class cargo room there is enough space to accommodate people, playthings, or plywood, depending on the day’s errands…or adventures. The Carnival is motivated by a 3.5-liter V6 engine making a best-in-class 290 horsepower. This powertrain provides up to 3,500 pounds of towing capacity for confident trailer, boat, or camper excursions. And that confidence is amplified by an expansive roster of standard Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)1. Together, these elements make Carnival an exceptional combination of modern design, capability, safety and luxury.