People typically buy small crossovers because they offer extra room, a taller ride height, and often all-wheel drive over small sedans and hatches. Driving dynamics aren't usually a priority. So how do you explain the Audi RS Q3?
I'll forgive you if you forgot that there's an RS version of Audi's smallest crossover, the Q3; the base car won't even go on sale in the U.S. until later this year. We aren't slated to get the RS version. But unlike, say, the 2015 Audi S1, would we even want this car?