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There are 2 things causing this issue.
The smaller weaker motor
The electronic throttle body delay in response.
The CVT that requires more rpm to get the torque up.
There is nothing you nor Audi can do for this concern. At some point after the vehicle is older an aftermarket company will come out with a performance enhancing chip that will help out some but its going to take at least another year.
Sorry I do not have a magic fix, I wish I did, but this is just the way the car is.