The second-generation Audi A1 has arrived in Australian showrooms and is a big step forward, but it comes at a cost.
The new Audi RSQ3 is still powered by a barnstorming 2.5-litre five-cylinder in a market dominated by four-cylinder engines. It's a potent point of difference too.
With fresh BMW and AMG rivals now in market, Audi fans are hanging out for a new Audi Sport hatch. Will the 2020 S3 satisfy?
Audi's flagship A1 40 TFSI could well be the finest compact hatchback on the market. But at a touch under $47K list, is it all the city car that you will ever want for?
Refreshed for the 2020 model year, does the Audi TTS still stack up as a genuine sports car?
You’d think attempting a Nürburgring Nordschleife production lap record would be a pretty straightforward affair. Book the track, turn up with your vehicle and driver, and have at it until you either set a time that sees your in-car video go viral on the internet, or head back to the workshop to try and figure out what can be improved for the next attempt...
The all-new Audi A1 shares a platform with the Volkswagen Polo, but offers a more premium experience, plus a cracking engine. Is it enough to justify the extra spend?
There’s no more mental Audi RS3 on sale, with its angry five-cylinder motor thrashing out 294kW and 480Nm. You could argue, however, that the smart money wouldn’t splash out the $85K required. Rather, it would plump for what we have here: the less ludicrous yet impressively quick 2019 Audi S3...
Audi has applied the black pen to its options list to create the Audi A3 40 TFSI S line plus. But do the extra goodies add up to a compelling proposition?
Audi's loaded some added value into its S4 Avant, making its likeable Q-wagon all the more compelling.
For those needing the performance of a supercar and the space and comfort of a family SUV, the Audi RS Q8 is quite possibly the perfect solution.