Does it only do it in 3rd gear?
When you put it in sport mode and pulled it down a gear or two, did you get any engine braking at all, or was it still like it was in neutral? Seems like the lockup sprag in the torque converter is spinning freely. Doe the torque converter lockup once you get up to speed? Can you feel it engage and see the RPMs drop down about 300 RPM, if you just drive down a level road at a constant speed (say 50 MPH) and keeping for foot on the gas , push down on the brake pedal slightly. You should feel the torque converter unlock and then relock when you take your foot off the brake. Engine RPMs should come up about 300, and then go back down about 300 when the converter unlocks and locks again.
That little rectangular gasket just above the mechatronics unit in the transmission may be torn (they do it all the time) and some of your transmission pump pressure could be bleeding off causing the lockup converter to not fully engage. Its a 10 dollar gasket buried behind 200 bucks of transmission fluid and about an hour or two of labor to drop the mechatronics unit to get at. Just a guess, I hate AT problems.
Speedo's are driven off of the ABS sensors, so that may be just a lag in the IPC display, Its not connected to the transmission at all.