Audi RS3 Sportback: ofrece 340 CV
Autor: Autocasión 1 agosto, 2011
El Audi RS3 Sportback alberga un motor de 2,5 litros que proporciona una potencia de 340 CV. Este modelo se presentó como la versión más radical y deportiva del Audi A3. Te mostramos cómo suena y cómo rueda el en este vídeo.
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El Audi RS3 Sportback llegó a nuestros concesionarios a principios de 2011. En su interior alberga un motor de 2.5 cc y ofrece 340 CV de potencia. Se trata del primer RS3 del mercado que viene a “rematar” la actual generación del Audi A3.
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Loren 3 agosto, 2011
Igar73 3 agosto, 2011
Por si alguién no lo recuerda, un euro equivale a 166.36 ptas de las de antes… 56.000 euros!!!!!!!! Traducid, traducid y decirme que sentido tiene.
Andika 1 mayo, 2012
I think you are asking for too litlte. There are already electric cars that are cheap, fast, with good design and that last longer on a charge than a typical ICE vehicle. But electric vehicles can do much better only if we are not tied to the expectations of what we have with ICE vehicles.There are already electric cars that look good. I am thinking of the Tesla and the Lightning GT. But then again I like the Aptera and the Zap Alias so I suppose there is no accounting for taste. If you look up the makers of your “beautiful” cars you will find that BMW, Mercedes, and Audi are all working on building Electric vehicles. Maybe it looks more beautiful with their label on it. Electric Cars that are the same price as Non- electrics? They can and will do better. There are several factors in determining price. What the vehicle costs, how long it lasts, and what it costs to operate. The Nissan Leaf, arguably the first modern production electric vehicle after incentives costs $25000 in the US. There are many ICE vehicles that cost more. There are perhaps 5 moving parts in the drivetrain. Try that trick with an ICE vehicle. There is are oil, filters, or coolant to change. There is no tuning to go bad. The engine runs smoothly and quietly and it is 6 times more efficient than an ICE vehicle. Such game changers mean the the vehicle has virtually no maintenance requirements, is very cheap to operate and will last decades. Most ICE vehicles are essentially scrap after 10 years. Every new electronic device starts expensive and becomes cheap fast. The electric car is so simple it will of course be much cheaper than the ICE vehicle. Fast? Here is a street legal electric car that routinely beats “muscle cars” at the drag strip.2 There is really no contest. The electric vehicle has torque from 0 rpm and with no transmission required there is no shifting to slow the acceleration either. Far? Most people don’t really have any idea what the present record is for an electric car. In 1996 a Solectria Sunrise went 375 Miles on a charge.3 In 2009 a Tesla Roadster went 313 miles on a charge.4 And earlier this year, “The Japan Electric Vehicle Club has succeeded in getting an electric car to run 1,003.184 kilometers without a recharge.”5 (623.349 miles) That is enough for most to call it a day. Electric vehicles have many times crossed the US. Here is a truely “far” road trip of 26000 km in an EV.6Fast Charging? Why charge it at all? Subways and trams don’t need batteries. Why should we wait for the technological breakthrough of fast recharging ultracapacitors. There are plans to swap used batteries for fresh ones that should be fairly quick but for storage nightly charged stationary ultracaps charging mobile ones may be a better option. But with today’s technology we could make every ICE vehicle an EV without batteries or conversions by simply loading it on to electric platforms that transport vehicles around our cities and long distance at great speeds. They would be powered through the roadway by induction and no one would ever have to buy a battery. For existing electric vehicles an induction pick up could power and charge the vehicles. It is not when will the technology exist. It is here. The issue is when will we stop asking why, how or when and start asking why not now.
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