Audi a3 fog light grill
Fit for Audi a3 fog light grill RS5 B8.5 2013‑2016, and please note that it is only fit for RS5 B8.5 / A5/S5 Modified RS5 bumper. Fine surface treatment is anti‑scratch, dust‑proof, lightweight and colorfast, no harm to your car.
Great accessories to protect your front fog lamps from scratches or damages. Easy installation without extra adjustment, direct replace old fog light grille. Made with high quality ABS material, thick and has a strong luster, makes your car more attractive.
Styling takes a well-judged step forward
Audi has managed to negotiate the difficult balancing act of building a new car that’s both instantly identifiable and familiar, and looks a decent step forward over what came before. So, the proportions remain largely unchanged, as does the six-light profile, but crisp, modern detailing and side sculpting have moved the game on.
Up front, the interesting LED Audi a3 fog light grill contribute to a more powerful-looking design that flanks Audi’s new smiley corporate grille. The rear gets bold-looking LED units, while for those looking on it for the first time, it’s the side-sculpting that really lifts the third-generation A3. Whether you judge this level of detailing a success or not, there’s no denying that it’s helped create a much more bold-looking car that’s a step ahead of the messy BMW 1 Series and Mercedes-Benz A-Class.
The fully-adaptive matrix LED headlights aren’t just there for show. The might be an optional extra, but are very effective. They consist of a pixel field of three by five LED segments that draw special light signatures. We’ve driven the new A3 at night and the adaptive headlamps’ quick reactions prove useful in different driving situations.
What’s it like inside?
Not much has changed in the size and footprint of the new five-door hatchback, but the use of space inside has been optimised so that the A3 Sportback is still one of the more spacious cars in the compact class. Incidentally, as in the previous generation, there will no longer be a three-door car in the current generation. It’s Sportback or nothing.
The interior is significantly shaped by the new MMI operating and infotainment, and it’s one of the key areas of improvement in the new A3. Compared with its predecessor, all functions are networked much more closely. The logic is easy to get your head around and the system works quickly and efficiently. That Volkswagen connection means that this is still one of the best infotainment systems in the mass market, although we miss being able to use it without touching the screen.
It’s fully connected, so you get access to numerous Audi Connect online functions. For now the new A3 can communicate with other vehicles (so-called Car-to-X services) in order to find free parking spaces in the city or string together several green traffic lights. There’ll be much more to come here, as cars become ever more connected and more switched-on…
To control the new system, the driver can use the central touch display, the multifunction steering wheel or the voice control. Interestingly, any owner of a previous A3 won’t be scared by the newcomer. The chunky steering wheel, the logic and heft of the switchgear, that unburstable quality that’s been present ever since the original 1996 A3 are all present and correct.
Think of it like a new digital layer that’s been superimposed on the usual qualities we’ve come to expect of the range. It’s always been sensible, stolid a little bit sensible; now the styling has added a modicum of extra visual interest and the infotainment is bang-up-to-date. It’s a sensible middle evolution of what went before.
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