Just revealed and — at least for now — the firm’s range- topping SUV. Its sharp look sets a new standard for the entire brand’s styling.
Rumoured for a 2020 reveal if the SUV sales surge continues, the A1-based Q1 SUV would be a heavily road-biased model.
Audi’s global SUV sales rose 11% last year, driven to a significant extent by the popular Q2’s first set of full-year sales figures.
The Q3 has been squeezed by the arrival of the funkier Q2, but the all-new model due this summer is set to reinvigorate its appeal.
Confirmed for production next year as a sleek, coupé- styled five-seat SUV to rival the likes of the BMW X2 and Range Rover Evoque.
The second-generation car was launched in 2016. The Q5 is firmly established as a staple of the market. Last year’s sales matched those of the year before.
Now Audi’s electric SUV has dropped the ‘Q6’ name to become just E-tron, this Q5- based crossover is expected to use the model name.
Huge, classy and highly profitable — as well as popular. Little wonder Audi is spinning as many variants of this big SUV as it can.
Unconfirmed and hugely speculative reports suggest that Audi could be lured into the booming ultra-luxury SUV market.
Electric SUV will be revealed at the end of August. It will have a 248-mile driving range and a mission to make sure the Jaguar I-Pace’s leadership is shortlived.
Refined at low speed and still drives very handsomely, but pure-petrol versions make more sense
Audi's sportier luxury SUV remains composed on UK roads, but the single launch engine doesn't provide the performance suggested by the car's styling
Range-topping SUV is short on the styling and performance pizzazz needed to make it a Range Rover Sport-toppling style icon, although it’s an accomplished luxury car