Audi Says More RS Models In The Works For U.S.

While speaking with Automobile Magazine, Audi of America director of product management Filip Brabec confirmed that the US will receive a number of new RS-branded models.

In an interview with the publication, Brabec said that the company is “looking to significantly expand the presence of RS in the U.S. Past RS will cars have successors, and then some.”

While the exec declined to give any specifics about what he meant by “and then some”, it is likely in reference to the impending Audi RS3 sedan and potentially, RS variants of the Q5 and Q7 which would sell well in the SUV-loving States.

Compared to other countries, RS models in the U.S. are scarce and currently, only the RS7 Sportback is offered following the recent ending of RS4 sedan and RS5 coupe production.

Alongside the RS3 sedan and possible Q5RS and Q7RS models, other potential cars the marque could sell across the Atlantic would be the Audi RS4 Avant, Audi RS6 Avant and the upcoming TT RS.

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