Audi has been hard at work trying to stretch the TT lineup and produce a sub-brand from it to help boost sales without increasing costs excessive. In this effort, the German automaker has revealed a few TT-based concepts in the last few years, including the 2014 TT Allroad, the 2014 TT Sportback, and the 2014 TT Offroad. For one factor or another, the first two models were ditched, however according to a report from CAR Magazine, the TT Offroad has actually gotten the green light for production under the TTQ name.
The Q2 broadens Audi's reach into the luxury crossover section, and the SQ2 will provide consumers something with a bit more than the 190 horsepower provided by the standard Q2's 2.0-liter fuel and diesel motor. The SQ2 undoubtedly takes on the exact same shape as its lower brethren, so all of it reality it's more of a jacked up hatchback than a crossover, however thinking about BMW is most likely thinking about an M variation of its upcoming X2 crossover, the SQ2 should find itself with some good competitors eventually.
In May 2012, Audi trademarked the "RS8" nameplate, validating that the Audi A8 will get an even more effective version at some point. In early 2013, Ingolstadt likewise confirmed it will release more RS models starting with the RS7. Quick forward to 2015 and the RS8 is still a secret, which indicates it's about time we start hypothesizing a bit about this future sports high-end sedan. The fact that Audi has yet to confirm the RS8 isn't really at all surprising, as it is most likely we will not see it in dealerships until the next-generation A8 shows up. With the full-size sedan set to go on sale for 2017 model year, the RS8 will not be here till the 2018 model year.
Audi is preparing to give the Audi A1 hatchback an extensive refresh, with the all-new second-generation model coming in 2018-- and our spy professional photographers have actually offered us a glimpse of how the brand-new model will look. The 2018 Audi A1 will be bigger and more glamorous than the current car due to its new MQB A0 underpinnings and improved interior technology.
The 2018 Audi Q3 will certainly probably come without larger changes. This small crossover is just one of the principals in the segment. It initially was available in 2011 and also it is defined by the company's well-known high quality and also appearance. Inning accordance with the current records, the next-generation model is in development however it surely will not be available in following few years. This generally indicates that the first-generation model will be in production for one more year or 2. So, it is clear that we will certainly not see bigger changes for the following year. The 2018 Q3 will certainly continue with the same identifiable layout and with the virtually exact same features when it concerns tools. The engine schedule will certainly likewise stay the same. It will show up by the end of the year.