Part of Audi's equation for growth is its market share in China, where it enjoyed a record breaking sales in just the last quarter alone and is the few foreign label approved by the government for state official usage. To reaffirm its strategy in the Chinese market, the luxury auto maker is set to unveil its new RS Q3 concept at Auto China 2012 in Beijing next week. Quipped with a 2.5-liter turbo engine with direct-injected five cylinder, the same powerplant found on the Audi TT RS, the performance-grade Q3 is capable of 0 to 62 mph in just 5.2 seconds. An aggressive styling, coupled with carbon fiber finishes, black trims, tinted headlights and a fish mouth-like grille up front. A redesigned rear continues the aggressive stance while a new integrated bumper improves aerodynamic efficiency. Finally, to highlight the importance of its Chinese customers, Audi refashioned the RS Q3's speedometer with Chinese numerals instead.