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2021 Audi new cars

Audi bucked the trend in a challenging 2020, and 2021 looks like to be another solid year for the brand from Ingolstadt.
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Audi had a solid 2020 despite the challenging conditions, with sales up 2.6 per cent to the end of November. That slight increase comes against a market decline of 16 percent over the same period.

Primarily, Audi has spent 2020 making up for lost time, after taking a number of cars off sale last year due to the requirement to meet more stringent new European WLTP regulations.

Audi has spent the back end of 2020 launching a raft of refreshed and updated models, which has ensured there's been plenty of news surrounding the German mainstay.

2021 looks like being another solid one for Audi, with A4 Allroad getting a power bump and the Q7 55 TFSI and Q5 facelift launching in Australia early, followed by a raft of updated and new models coming throughout the year.

ModelWhat's new?SegmentDue
Q5FaceliftMedium SUVEarly 2021
A4 Allroad 40 TDIUpdateMedium carEarly 2021
Q7 55 TFSIUpdateLarge SUVQ1 2021
SQ5 TDIFaceliftMedium SUVQ2 2021
Q2FaceliftSmall SUVMid-2021
SQ2FaceliftSmall SUVMid-2021
RS E-Tron GTNew modelLarge carMid-2021
A3 hatch and sedanNew modelSmall carSecond half of 2021
S3New variantSmall carSecond half of 2021
Q5 SportbackNew modelMedium SUVSecond half of 2021
SQ5 Sportback TDINew modelMedium SUVSecond half of 2021