Audi will increase prices across its range by an average of two per cent from later this month due to what it describes as "prevailing currency exchange rates".
The price rises come into effect from 25 May; the price of new cars ordered before then will be fixed at their current levels.
Increases range from a 0.6 per cent rise on the cost of a Q7 to a three per cent rise on the list price of Audi's R8 V8 and V10 models.
On the currency exchange rates, Audi said: "Their impact has necessitated an average rise of around two per cent, which in some cases will be partially offset by specification improvements." It points to the TT as an example of this; it has had both visual and equipment upgrades to help offset the rise in the list price.
Previously advertised prices for the upcoming A1, RS5, R8 Spyder and new A8 are not subject to the price increases.