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Top-End RS Models to Push Audi Above and Beyond

If you ask any of the drivers in the greater Phoenix area and beyond, Audi is among the best for power, performance, and luxury in the industry. However, the rivalry with fellow German automaker BMW is heating up more than ever before and Audi is realizing their unfortunate lack of sales in comparison. However, those worries are soon to be the past, as a whole new lineup of RS models will hit the scene. We have no doubt they'll please luxury car aficionados of any preference.

These Audi RS models will be top-of-the-range; they'll come with higher prices offset by higher levels of performance and luxury to increase the appeal of the brand's vehicle range. These RS models will all offer all-wheel drive and bigger engines, without sacrificing that distinct Audi ride that we know and love.

Four models will be coming out this year: the RS6 Avant, RS5 convertible, RS Q3 SUV, and the RS7 Sportback. The bigger engines will pump out significantly more power. For example, the RS6 Avant's 560 horsepower is nothing to turn your nose up at, no matter how seasoned of an auto enthusiast you are.

Audi will also be releasing an all-new Q6 SUV to compete directly with the BMW X6 Sports Activity Coupe. We won't be seeing it until sometime in 2016, unfortunately, but we know at this time that it - along with all models in the Q range - will be sharing its platform with the next-gen Audi Q5.

We can't wait to test out all of the new RS models ourselves but, until then, why not come on down to Audi North Scottsdale? We'll show you all of our current new Audi models and set you up with a test drive. If you love it like we think you will, our skilled financial team will help you secure a loan or Audi lease that can fit any budget, worry-free.

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