The second version of the compact, Audi A3, was presented at the Geneva Motor Show in 2003. This new version, which broke in the new platform A5, was exclusively equipped with 4-cylinder engines at first (from the 1.4l of 125hp to the 2.0l of 200hp). In 2003, it was equipped with a V6 3.2l of 250hp coupled with an automatic S-Tronic gearbox with double clutch, and with the transmission Quattro. The latter was replaced in 2006 by a 2.0l TFSI of 265hp, which equipped the sporting version S3 of the Audi compact, presented in the same year. >From 2004, Audi presented the A3 Sportback, which was in fact the 5-doors version of the Audi A3. Even if some stylistics details differentiate it from the 3-doors version it cannot be considered as a new version: the famous single Frame radiator grill, signature of Audi, appeared with redesign rear lights and adopted a more elongated style. In 2008, the Audi A3 enjoyed resurgence with a new design of the radiator grill, new LED optical and indicators integrated to the outside rear-view mirror. The last version of the Audi A3 8P Sport, and the most exclusive, the RS3, arrived much later, in 2011. On the basis of the A3 Sportback, it was equipped with the Quattro technology, coupled with a V5 TFSI of 340hp! It is finally after almost 10 years of commercialization, and a restyling, that the Audi A3 bowed out to give way to its successor.