RS Q3 Sportback headlines first Audi Foundation fundraiser for 2024

Audi Foundation – First fundraising raffle for the year is now underway, with a limited-edition Audi RS Q3 Sportback edition 10 years valued at $124,853* (driveaway) on offer to one lucky participant.

Audi RSQ3 Sportback limited edition 10 year exterior

  • Raising funds to continue the work of the Audi Foundation and its eight charity partners
  • Just 12,000 tickets on offer for the chance to win an RS Q3 Sportback edition 10 years
  • Mannering: “The work undertaken by the Audi Foundation and its partners is life-changing for the many it touches”

The first Audi Foundation – The 12th such fundraiser in the Audi Foundation’s seven years of operation, these eagerly anticipated events provide vital funds that enable the Audi Foundation and its eight not-for-profit partners to continue their life-changing work.

“We’re indebted to the thousands of people who continually support the work of the Audi Foundation and its charity partners through initiatives like our fundraising raffles,” says Jeff Mannering, Director of Audi Australia and Chairman of the Audi Foundation.

“Since the Audi Foundation was established, it has generated more than $6.5 million and the work undertaken with those funds by the [Audi] Foundation and its partners have been life-changing for so many,” Mr Mannering said.

Audi Foundation partnerships

The Audi Foundation has differentiated itself from its inception in 2017, adopting the approach of forming long-term partnerships with charity organisations with a proven track record in their respective areas, as opposed to one-off donations. Working with not-for-profits RU OK?, ReachOutbatyr AustraliaHumpty Dumpty FoundationCountry Education Foundation of AustraliaZephyr Education Inc.Youth Opportunities and The Children’s Cancer Institute, this targeted approach and long-term vision continues to positively impact countless individuals and families right around the country.

In addition to these long-term projects, the Audi Foundation’s ‘Supporting Sustainable Communities’ pillar allows for providing additional support to communities in times of crisis – the bushfires that ravaged communities in 2020 and the devastating floods in 2022 two prime examples.

Once again tickets are priced at $50 with a total of just 12,000 tickets on offer. Participants must be Australian residents 18 years and over, with all eligible entrants going into the running to win the Chronos metallic grey RS Q3 Sportback edition 10 years valued at $124, 853* (driveaway).

Audi RSQ3 Sportback limited edition 10 year interior

RS Q3 Sportback edition 10 years limited to 555 vehicles only globally

Limited to just 555 vehicles produced worldwide, the RS Q3 Sportback edition 10 years is a formidable vehicle from Audi Sport produced to commemorate a decade since the first Q model joined the coveted RS ranks. Its five-cylinder, 2.5-litre TFSI powerplant with its distinctive engine note produces a massive 294kW of power between 5850 and 7000rpm with maximum torque of 480Nm available from 1950rpm right through to 5850rpm. Mated to a seven-speed S tronic transmission and with power down to all four wheels via Audi’s revolutionary quattro system, that translates to a lightening 0 to 100km/h sprint of just 4.5 seconds.

Riding on bespoke 21-inch Audi Sport wheels, with huge brake callipers finished in high-gloss black, the edition 10 years has a powerful visual presence to match its performance. Its black exterior styling package includes window trims, badging and door mirror caps all finished in black, while the Matrix LED headlights also feature smoked highlights in keeping with the dark theme.

Inside too exclusive features abound, from the multi-function wheel in Alcantara to matt carbon inlay and black Dinamica elements. The special lightweight RS front bucket seats feature one-piece backs, with the back of the front seats beautifully finished in matt carbon for maximum weight saving, while their combination of Dinamica and fine Nappa leather with honeycomb pattern features subtle copper-coloured stitching to further set them apart.

State-of-the-art technology and infotainment go without saying, from the Audi virtual cockpit and MMI navigation plus, wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay to the sublime 680 watt Sonos 3D sound system. A full suite of safety and driver assistance systems complete what is an outstanding vehicle and fitting Audi Foundation raffle grand prize.

Ticket details Audi Foundation

Tickets are priced at $50 and are available to purchase online at https://audifoundation.com.au/prizedraw. All entrants go into the draw to win a new Audi RS Q3 Sportback edition 10 years in Chronos grey metallic valued at $124,853* (driveaway). The raffle is open to all Australian residents 18 years and over.

The raffle concludes on Wednesday 10 July, 2024 at 17:00 (AEST). The winner will be drawn randomly from all eligible entrants on Friday 12 July at 15:00 (AEST), at Audi Centre Sydney, 895 South Dowling Street, Zetland, New South Wales. Winners of the draw will be announced at https://www.audifoundation.com.au and notified by telephone and in writing.

Notes

>       Audi Foundation Raffle 12 Prize Draw

>       Audi Foundation Website

*All registration and on-road costs included. No optional extras or accessories included unless stated. No vehicle insurance provided. Prize value based on registration of the vehicle in NSW.

This prize can be collected from any Audi Australia dealer (See www.audi.com.au for a list of dealer locations). This prize is not transferrable or redeemable for cash. Conditions apply – see terms and conditions.

Note  : Images are not of the actual prize vehicle and some features shown may differ.

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