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2022 Audi Q6 E-Tron and electric Porsche Macan will share platform, CEO confirms

The upcoming Audi Q6 E-Tron will be developed alongside an electric Porsche Macan, Audi CEO Markus Duessman has confirmed. The arrival of the upcoming mid-size electric SUV siblings first surfaced in a leaked Volkswagen Group presentation in December 2020, however Duessman's comments to publications including Auto Express serve as confirmation the Q6 E-Tron and electric Macan will share a platform...

2021 Audi Q5 price and specs: Price rises and updated styling for facelifted SUV

2021 Audi Q5 price and specs revealed Price rises between $1800 to $4500 depending on variant Updated styling, more tech for mid-size SUV Choice of two diesel, one petrol engine – for now Full Australian pricing and specifications for the 2021 Audi Q5 have been announced, ahead of the facelifted model's showroom arrival in early 2021...

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 Q6 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...

2021 Audi Q5 Sportback revealed

Audi has extended its ever-widening line-up even further, by unveiling the 'coupe' sibling to its Q5 SUV, the 2021 Audi Q5 Sportback. The sportier-looking variant's unveiling comes roughly three months after Audi debuted the reworked Q5, making it the third Audi SUV to receive a coupe-style Sportback makeover (after the Q3 and e-tron)...

2021 Audi Q5 revealed, due in Australia next year

Audi has revealed details of its updated Q5, with the medium SUV set to gain new styling and technology when it reaches Australia next year. The 2021 Audi Q5 gets a new single frame grille design that has been separated from the bonnet. A new headlight design has a redesigned daytime running light...

Audi Q5 Sportback spotted for the first time

Audi’s all-new Q5 Sportback has been spotted for the first time ahead of a scheduled unveiling later this year. The Audi Q5 Sportback – a Q5 SUV but with a sloping, coupe-like rear roofline – will be the only completely new addition to the brand’s line-up in 2020...

Audi Q5 Sportback confirmed, due to be unveiled later this year

Audi has confirmed its new Q5 Sportback – based on the latest generation Q5 pictured above and below – will debut this year as part of 20 models the German brand hopes to release across 2020. Announced by Audi chairman Bram Schot during the carmaker’s 2019 annual results, the Q5 Sportback – a Q5 wagon but with a sloping, coupe-like rear roofline – will arrive alongside updated A3 and Q2, but will be the only completely new addition to the brand's line-up this year...

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Plenty has happened in the world of car news over the last 24 hours. If you haven't had time to read all the news on CarAdvice.com, catch up on your way home with Car News Daily, as Mandy Turner reads each news story word-for-word...

2017-20 Audi Q5 recalled

Audi has recalled the 2017-20 Q5, over concerns its wheel arch trim could loosen and detach from the car. According to the company, incorrectly fastened wheel arch covers could work loose over time and detach from affected vehicles. If the covers detach, they pose an accident risk to other road users...

Volkswagen could face record fine, Justice Foster blasts ACCC and VW

Volkswagen’s German head office could be hit with an even bigger fine than the proposed $75 million penalty – already the highest of its type in Australia – for “misleading or deceptive conduct” on diesel vehicles that cheated emissions tests. However, the outcome of the hearing and the total amount of the fine may not be known for months after Justice Foster reserved his decision in the Federal Court in Sydney today...