X-Tomi Design envisioned the upcoming RS3 in both three-door and five-door Sportback guises based on the recently unveiled A3 Clubsport quattro sedan concept.
Several days ago Audi dropped a major hint concerning the RS3 with the A3 Clubsport quattro concept presented as a sedan. As expected, the concept has fueled the imagination of independent car designers such as X-Tomi who created three- and five-door versions of the concept. The aggressive body kit of the concept was carried over and matched with a lowered suspension, massive alloys, roof-mounted spoiler and a dual oval-shaped exhaust setup.
Taking into consideration the concept's body style, Audi could decide to offer this generation of the RS3 as a sedan and will likely be powered by a 2.5 TFSI five-cylinder engine. In the clubsport quattro it churns 525 PS (386 kW) but in the production version it will likely generate somewhere in the region of 400 PS (294 kW) sent to the quattro all-wheel drive system via a 7-speed S tronic transmission.
An official reveal of the Audi RS3 is expected to occur in the months to come, possibly in October at the Paris Motor Show.