4 November 2010
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The new RS5 is one of the best front-engined Audis ever. The firm has found new-found levels of throttle adjustability and a near GT-R level of drivetrain complexity. But is it good enough to topple the BMW M3? Autocar took the pair to Millbrook's Alpine Hill Route to see what came out on top in the battle of the B-road super-coupes.

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2 February 2013

One of the best things about the Audi is the way it manages to look like it's flying even when it's standing still. Smile

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