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ALL-NEW Audi RS3 2022 UK review: a Mercedes-AMG A45 S beater?

The Audi RS3 has always been a bit of a blunt instrument, but it can now go around corners just as well as it can tear up a drag strip. The exhaust sounds incredible, too. That's partly thanks to what's under the bonnet. It's the familiar 2.5-litre turbocharged five-cylinder engine producing 400hp (the same as the old car) though torque gets a slight increase to 500Nm. It'll go from 0-62mph in a blistering 3.8 seconds courtesy of a seven-speed DSG and all-wheel drive. However, you can also send most of the car's power to the rear axle for some drifty fun. Yes, that's right, you can now drift your Audi RS3. But there's so much more to the new hyperhatch, so come take a closer look in our in-depth review of the all-new Audi RS3.