Sitting revving up the new Audi RS 3 Sportback on the start line of the Shelsley Walsh Hill Climb, I couldn’t help but think Audi’s CEO Rupert Stadler wasn’t referring to this particular monster hot-hatchback when he suggested technology will become more important than horsepower to his customers.
Because just a day after he made this suggestion to automotive and software executives in Berlin, I drove the world’s most powerful compact hatchback that boasts more than enough super-car beating horsepower to justify its UK on-the-road price tag of £39,995.
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