The future generation of the Audi A2 is expected to hit the market sometimes in 2014 and the model will probably ride on the new MQB platform.
With the current generation of the Audi A2 being around since 1999, the German based automaker is currently trying to refresh the model, but this won’t happen with a simple facelift and the company is actually working on the future generation of the vehicle. The car manufacturer may keep the future generation of the Audi A2 into the shadows for the moment, but according to the guys at autoexpress.co.uk, the model will hit the market sometimes in 2014.
The upcoming generation of the Audi A2 will most likely rider on the new MQB platform, the same one used for the new generation of the Audi A3, which made its debut at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, and also the same one which will underpin the future generation of the Volkswagen Golf. The MBQ platform should offer the future Audi A2 generous legroom and the “ability” to carry up to five people, so the model will definitely be larger than the concept which was presented in 2011 at the Frankfurt Motor Show. More details on the future Audi A2 will be announced over the next years.