The Audi Q4 will be produced in 2019, the car maker has confirmed; production will take place at Audi's plant in Győr, Hungary.
The Q4 will sit on the same MQB underpinnings as the second-generation Q3.
It is scheduled to follow the Q6 and Q8 into showrooms in 2019 at a price expected to start about £28,000. Meanwhile, the Q8 has been confirmed to enter production in Bratislava, Slovakia, in 2018.
With the next generation of the Q3 set to grow in size in order to provide space in the range for the recently unveiled Q2, the Q4 looks set to trump its closest rivals on outright dimensions.
Audi insiders have revealed to Autocar that the Q4’s overall length will be at least 4500mm — about 110mm longer than today’s Q3. The Q3 is currently built in Seat's Martorell facility, but production will move to Győr in 2018.