When I look on the specs of the new models on the Danish Audi site, it comes to my attention that the 0-100 km/h acceleration (0-62 Mph in U.K.) is lower than before.
Sportback 1.8 TFSI 6-speed is now 7,8 seconds at 0-100 km/h (7,8 at 0-62 Mph) which was 8,2 seconds before.
Sportback 1.8 TFSI S-tronic is 7,8 seconds at 0-100 km/h (7,7 at 0-62 Mph - it says so on www.audi.co.uk). It was 8,0 seconds before, so the manual gear is prette much just as fast now?
3-door 1.8 TFSI 6-speed is now 7,6 seconds at 0-100 km/h, which was 8,0 seconds before.
3-door 1.8 TFSI S-tronic is 7,8 seconds which was the same before.
So have they upgraded the engines, lowered the weight, change the gear boxes or?