Audi A3 is currently available only as a hatchback and cabrio version. But, according to some rumors, Audi is planing to introduce a sedan version of it’s A3 in US at the end of the year. That would give the German automaker an entry-level sedan below the A4.
No details have been released about the four-door A3, but we can see how this move makes sense for Audi considering how much the A4 has grown in size over these years.
When the sedan will hit the market, it will be one of a kind amongst its competitors. The 1 Series from BMW is only available as a coupe and convertible in the U.S., while Mercedes doesn’t have any small offerings, though the next-generation B-Class hatch is being considered for U.S. consumption.