Middleweight performance sedans are quite in vogue with luxury carmakers. Whether it’s Mercedes-AMG‘s -43 and -53 line, BMW’s M Sport cars or Cadillac’s
Vsport V brand, the idea of using the reputation of super-sporty models to help move semi-sporty ones is both popular and profitable these days.
Audi, however, has been building these sorts of cars for a very long time. Its S models straddle the line between the conventional A-branded (and now Q-branded) luxury cars and the track-ready, tire-shredding RS vehicles.
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