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#Ontheroad, Audi RS3 Sportback and Federica Brignone: the challenge of two winners

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#Ontheroad, Audi RS3 Sportback and Federica Brignone: the challenge of two winners

ROME – The synergy between the world of four wheels and lifestyle: the new video column of Repubblica Motori. #ONTHEROAD tells stories and curiosities related not only to the automotive world, but more generally to Made in Italy.

We will get to know prominent personalities of the most varied sectors, ranging from the world of sport, culture, fashion, to get to involve even those who have made passion for the car their philosophy of life. Each week, a different car, with an eye to sustainable mobility, will be the leitmotif of our interviews. Stay tuned! #ONTHEROAD

We will discover all the qualities of the Audi RS3, a thoroughbred sports car with a lot of power (400 Hp) and the “famous” 2.5-liter TFSI 5-cylinder engines. An icon that has written the history of the Ingolstadt RS brand. A few numbers: 0/100 in 3.8 seconds and the maximum speed of 250 km / h is self-limited. To have fun, in addition to the already “known” traditional programs, the engineers have added, “Rs individual”, “Rs Performance” and “Rs Torque Rear”, which transfers most of the power to the rear wheels.

And aboard the Audi RS3 we went to meet Federica Brignone who has made adrenaline and sportiness their reason for living. She was the first Azzurra to win the overall World Cup and three specialty World Cups in as many different disciplines. She is the most successful Italian ever in the World Cup, with 49 podiums and 20 victories. Fresh from medals at the Beijing Olympic Games (silver in giant slalom and bronze in Combined), #ontheroad with us: Federica Brignone, a great fan
of engines, an avid driver, with an eye to sustainability. His project “Traiettorie Liquide” to raise awareness
public on issues related to environmental protection.

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