Audi has given the biggest indication year as to the look of the forthcoming A3, after it released images of the car’s infotainment system containing views of the car.
The press photos of the A3’s new MMI screen clearly displayed graphics displaying the C-segment car, which will debut at the Geneva motor show in March.
The car will have a more aggressive look than the current model, with slimmer headlights and a deep front bumper featuring large airvents. The sides feature a pronounced swage lines and an acute C-pillar kink.
Although the images only show the three-door model, Sportback, saloon and cabriolet models will all be offered, each with a representation of the more angular Audi rear end.
The images released by Audi show an A1-inspired cabin with large round airvents, an all-new MMI terminal and a pop-up screen designed to look like an iPhone. The new interior was debuted at the Consumer Electronics Show in Los Angeles.