The Coupé drives 30.1mpg on the WLTP combined cycle and the 29.7mpg Sportback, with corresponding CO2 outputs of 213g/km and 215g/km.
In the Audi Sport Edition, the RS5 features 20-inch anthracite alloy wheels, tinted rear windows, a glossy black exterior trim and a high-performance exhaust system.
Inside, the seats are finished in Alcantara and leather, with LED ambient lighting, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, blinds monitoring and panoramic sunroof as standard.
The return of the RS5 occurs when Audi begins to re-market its entire product range, after a 3.5% drop in profits last year, when new WLTP standards forced each of them to withdraw for testing.
The German brands range of high-performance models with the S-badged brand has undergone a major transformation, and the S4, S5, S6 and S7 models have become a 48V V6 turbocharged diesel model.
At the firms annual press conference in March, board member Hans-Joachim-Rothenpieler said Audi could not “afford to develop cars that did not meet our customers wishes,” but still wanted to preserve its “sporty DNA.
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