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2021 Audi SQ5 Sportback revealed, Australian launch due second half of 2021

The 2021 Audi SQ5 Sportback has been officially unveiled in Europe. The SQ5 Sportback combines the sloping roofline and coupe-inspired body of the standard Q5 Sportback, with the performance-oriented drivetrain and chassis of the recently-revealed facelifted SQ5 TDI...

2021 Audi TTS: Power boost announced, Competition Plus and Bronze Selection editions unveiled for Europe

The 2021 Audi TTS is set to receive some updates for the European market. Audi's mid-grade, performance-oriented TTS coupe and Roadster has received a power increase in Europe for 2021, alongside Competition Plus and Bronze Selection special editions for Europe. The two-doors' 2...

2020 Audi Q5 recalled for welding fault

Audi Australia has issued a recall on eight examples of its Q5 SUV, citing incorrect welding. The affected vehicles were sold between June and July, 2020 (MY2020). The recall notice, lodged with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), says “due to incorrect welding, the gap on the adjusting mechanism for the backrest of the front seats may be faulty”...

Audi Q5 E-Tron, Porsche Macan EV arriving in 2022 – report

Details have emerged out of Europe of the Volkswagen Group's planned electric vehicle (EV) onslaught over the next two years. A screenshot of a leaked presentation shown during a Volkswagen Group investor meeting earlier this week – published online by Romanian publication Automarket – reveals the launch dates for a range of the Volkswagen Group's upcoming all-electric models...

Jaguar Land Rover is seeking to block Volkswagen Group SUVs in the US

Jaguar Land Rover has filed a lawsuit to block certain SUVs from the Volkswagen Group from being imported into the United States, alleging the VW Group has used its patented all-terrain technology without permission...

Volkswagen Group developing 'Landjet' electric flagship for Audi, Bentley and Porsche – report

The Volkswagen Group is developing a new flagship electric vehicle for three of its premium brands, according to a report from German newspaper Handelsblatt. Codenamed 'Landjet', development of the top-rung electric car is reportedly being led by Audi's autonomous- and electric-focused Artemis division, and is slated to be aimed squarely at a potential next-generation version of the Tesla Model S...

2021 Audi Q7 gains V6 petrol in Australia, A4 Allroad and TT score power increases

Audi has announced an array of engine changes to its Australian Q7, TT and A4 Allroad models. The changes include a new petrol engine for the Q7 SUV, as well as power bumps for the TT coupe and A4 Allroad. A new gearbox also accompanies the performance increase on the sporty TT coupe...

2021 Audi SQ2 revealed, Australian launch timing confirmed

The facelifted 2021 Audi SQ2 has been officially unveiled. The updated version of the smallest Audi S model currently on sale will make its way to Australian shores for the first time in mid-2021. The pre-facelift model was previously confirmed for our market in recent years, before it was delayed and ultimately ruled out...

2021 Audi SQ5 TDI revealed, Australian launch timing confirmed

2021 Audi SQ5 TDI officially unveiled Launches in Australia in the second quarter of 2021 3.0-litre diesel gains efficiency tweaks, but loses 4kW of power Adaptive dampers standard, air suspension available as an option Audi has unveiled the facelifted SQ5 TDI, ahead of its Australian launch in the second quarter of 2021...

Audi RS 6 GTO concept unveiled

Audi has unveiled the RS 6 GTO concept, a high-performance wagon inspired by an iconic race car of the brand's past. Based on the showroom-specification RS 6 Avant wagon, the RS 6 GTO concept pays homage to the short-lived Audi 90 Quattro GTO race car, built for the US-based IMSA racing series in 1989...

A guide to bargain hunting in the SUV segment

The Australian new-car market is showing signs of recovery. Pundits were forecasting another sharp decline, in the region of 20 per cent, as per previous months affected by the Coronavirus pandemic. To their surprise, October was a stellar month – Australians were buying new cars at almost the same rate as this time last year, pre-pandemic...