Audi A3 Receives Visual Refresh for 2025 Model Year, Retaining Mechanical Integrity

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The Audi A3 enters the 2025 model year with subtle visual enhancements both inside and out, maintaining its mechanical configuration without significant alterations, unlike its performance-oriented counterpart, the S3.


Audi’s approach to this facelift focuses primarily on visual updates, with the A3 receiving a wider grille, a revamped front bumper, and distinctive alterations to the rear bumper and diffuser. Notable changes extend to reshaped headlights and taillights, offering customizable “light signatures” for daytime running lights. Additionally, three new color options, including Progressive Red, District Green, and a matte variant of Daytona Grey, join the palette.


Inside the cabin, redesigned air vents and updated door handle finishes contribute to a refreshed aesthetic, complemented by a more compact shifter design that optimizes space on the center console. The existing 10.1-inch touchscreen infotainment system remains unchanged but now offers increased downloadable app options.


While the visual enhancements are prominent, the A3’s core remains intact, retaining its standard 201-horsepower turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four engine. Front-wheel drive comes standard, with the option for all-wheel drive. Detailed specifications for the revised model, including pricing, are expected to be released later in the year for the U.S. market.

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