After showing off the diesel-powered SQ5 SUV, Audi is planning on doing one better by bringing an all-out petrol powered high performance SUV to Geneva.
Right on the tail of Mercedes' announcement of the A45 AMG, Audi reveals the RSQ3, which comes with a 2.5-litre straight-five engine under the hood, sending 306 bhp of power to all four wheels through an S-Tronic 7-speed dual-clutch transmission.
Externally, there are larger wheels shod with sportier rubber, a retuned suspension which now sits lower than the standard Q3 (Say goodbye to any semblance of off-roading ability now), new bumpers front and back and a rear diffuser and roof spoiler.
A flat-bottomed steering, RS branding all over and sporty aluminium trimmed pedals round out the package.
This is still classified as a concept car, but most of it looks production ready, so don't be surprised if Audi slaps a price tag on it sometime soon.