It's the first-ever rear-wheel-drive Audi, but is a departure from quattro a good thing? Paul Maric drives the new Audi R8 RWS to find out.
Has the return to turbocharged V6 power been a backwards step for the Audi RS4 Avant? Or has newfound pace compensated for the lamented loss of the sonorous naturally aspirated V8?
The second-generation Audi RS5 muscle coupe loses the sonorous old V8 in favour of a torquier turbo six. It's fast, grippy and loaded with tech, though driving purists may long for more character...
The new Audi SQ5 is slower, thirstier and costlier than before, yet it's better.
With warm hatch performance matched to all-wheel drive surety, the Audi Q2 2.0 TFSI quattro is arguably the sweet spot in the German car maker's compact SUV range.
As the entry-level version in the 2017 Audi Q5 range, the 2.0 TDI design model doesn't set any new benchmarks – but that could be exactly what you want.
It may be conservative on the outside, but the 2018 Audi A8's interior has been completely rethought. It's a shame, though, the most cutting edge elements won't be available in Australia.
While it may not look all that different, the all-new Audi Q5 brings with it a revitalised driving experience and loads of technology.
It's hard not to recommend the Audi TT RS Roadster, for its sheer audacity to dare to be what it is.
The Audi S5 Sportback tries to blend S4 Avant practicality with S5 coupe style. This car plays to the four-ringed brand's strengths: brimming with cutting-edge tech, quattro surety and austere design.
Germans absolutely love their cars – and their motorsport – and if you ever needed evidence of that, switch on any DTM race and check out the fans. DTM, or Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters, is Germany's touring car championship that races across Europe and is contested by three brands — Mercedes-AMG, Audi and BMW...