The Ingolstadt marque has a smokin’ bonanza lined up, including the RS5 Coupe and RS4 Avant, both powered by turbocharged 2.9-litre 450hp powerplants; and an elegant A7 Sportback to tempt those who want a spacious grand tourer.
But there are two models which deserve closer scrutiny: the A8L limousine and the Q8 coupe-SUV.
The A8 is poised to have the most autonomous functions of any car here. If all the functions are approved by the authorities, the big Audi would be a chauffeur-driven car which does not need a chauffeur.
Little is known about the Q8 at the moment, except that it is about the size of the Q7. But going by the sleek shape of the concept, we can’t wait.
All will be available in the first half of the year, except the Q8, which will arrive in the second half.
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