The Audi Q4 crossover has been spied between tests at one of the company's evaluation facilities.
Up front the new model doesn't look too far removed from the Q3, with the two vehicles sporting virtually identical headlights. The Q4 does seem to feature a different grille insert, and a revised front bumper design.
It's around the back where the biggest changes have taken place, with the Q3's upright tailgate and D-pillar replaced with more rakish and less practical pieces. There's also a more aggressive design for the rear fascia.
Although nothing's been confirmed yet, we expect the Q4 to feature a touchscreen MMI infotainment system, as well as a similar set of turbocharged drivetrains.
Lending credence to this theory, last month Andreas Mindt, head of exterior design for Audi, told Autocar the Q4 is "a bit more than a coupe version of the Q3, to my eyes a lot more".
A 2016 trademark swap between Audi and Fiat Chrysler gave the German marque the right to the Q2 and Q4 names.