The German automaker has recently revealed it will “significantly rejuvenate its product range” over the next period – according to a recent release detailing its near future product strategy.
The main news is that electrified products are inching closer to production and the carmaker is also preparing two completely new sport utility vehicles – all of them arriving by the end of 2019. We already know one of these crossovers will be the production version of the Q8 concept, arriving sometime next year. Now Audi has also confirmed the rumored Q4 – a coupe-fied version of the Q5 will arrive in 2019 – two years earlier than it was originally expected.
There are also numerous updates to be expected: most importantly the flagship A8 coming later this year, most likely at the Frankfurt Motor Show. In 2018 the all-new A7 will also arrive, while the Q2 compact crossover will “become available in additional international markets” – perhaps even the United States. While the company is navigating alongside parent VW Ag the troublesome Dieselgate scandal, last year Audi saw sales surging 3.6 percent while brand revenue also soared by 1.5 percent.