Identifiable thanks to revised styling and an upgraded interior, the 2021 Audi SQ5 continues Audi’s fine S-badged SUV tradition with the model that is perhaps the best example in its model range.
At the local launch, we’re driving the 35TFSI and 40TFSI Quattro S Line grades, with full pricing and specification detail in our news story. The 1.5-litre 35TFSI starts from $42,900 before on-road costs, while the 2.0-litre 40TFSI starts from $49,900 before on-road costs.
Audi’s continued growth across its range is impressive, given the current climate especially, and the latest addition is the 2021 Audi SQ2, the baby of its performance SUV range.
Audi's E-tron has removed its mirrors and replaced them with cameras but what are they like to live with?
Without doubt, the 2021 Audi E-Tron’s strongest selling point will be the fact that it looks, and feels, like any other Audi. That is, its design is classy, its styling sharp and on brand, and its execution is premium. In other words, it’s just like any other Audi product – except for the method of propulsion employed.
Which is the best high-performance Audi in the R and RS range? Let the arguments begin.
The new kid on the block is a 2.0-litre, quattro all-wheel drive equipped version called the 40 TFSI. This new version comes in two formats – a regular version which we have on test today, or the more expensive, range topping S Line.
The new 2020 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.
We had the opportunity to chat with Frank Stippler about the record-breaking lap at the Nürburgring, at the recent launch of the #Audi #RSQ8. Better yet, we rode shotgun with Stippler in the record-breaking RS Q8.
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? Paul Maric finds out.
The Audi S3 has made has been a solid choice for a sports hatchback or sedan for a number of years now, and with a 2019 update of inclusions, Trent Nikolic asks the question: is the S3 still an alluring proposition? In particular, sedan format?