Audi is a name that is known around the world for their premium quality automobiles and ever since they entered the Indian market in 2007, the German company has excelled in almost every segment they offer. They sell cars that feature exceptional build quality, superior engines, and luxurious interiors which make them some of the most sought after vehicles in the world. From sports cars to sturdy SUV’s, Audi has it all and they are about to launch a fresh new lineup that will be available in the upcoming months. Here are some of those expected releases and their specifications.
|Audi A6 2019||60.0 Lakh|
|Audi A8L 2019||1.0 Crore|
|Audi Q2||30.0 Lakh|
|Audi e-tron||1.5 Crore|
|Expected Launch||October 12, 2019|
|Engine||3.0L TDI Diesel, 3.0L TFSI Petrol|
|Transmission||8-Speed Tiptronic, 7-Speed S-Tronic|
The new eighth-generation Audi A6 was first launched at the Geneva Motor Show in 2018 and is finally set for an India launch in October, 2019. Compared to the previous model, which is one the most used cars from the company, the car has increased in size which gives it more head and leg room. The design behind the A6 is based on the yet-to-release-in-India A7 and A8 and features a hexagonal grille with brand new sleek headlamps. Even the front bumper has been upgraded and now comes with 2 large air dams on either side of it. On the back, the A6 looks quite similar to the A8 with its chrome strip and hexagonal faux exhaust tips. Inside, the Audi A6 has the same minimalistic design found on most modern models. In terms of its features, the A6 now comes with two displays – an 8.6-inch touchscreen control panel along with a 10.1-inch touchscreen infotainment setup on the dashboard. The new model is powered by a 3.0L TDI diesel engine that is fitted with an 8-speed Tiptronic transmission while the 3.0L TFSI petrol variant features a 7-speed S-Tronic gearbox.
|Expected Launch||October 15, 2019|
|Engine||3.0L TDI Turbocharged Diesel, 3.0L TFSI Petrol|
Although there was no real intention to launch the A8 in India, Audi has finally announced that the A8L will be launched sometime in 2019. Based on the new MLB EVO platform, the A8L will be constructed out of carbon-fiber, steel, magnesium, and aluminum which will make it significantly lighter than the previous iteration. Under the hood, the car is fitted with a 3.0L TDI V6 diesel engine while there is also an option for a 3.0L TFSI Turbocharged V6 petrol engine too. The exterior of the car will come with a new large hexagon-shaped grille and LED headlamps flanking it on either side. The read of the car will feature an extra-long OLED tail light that will segment into two parts in the middle. One of the biggest selling points of the A8L will definitely be its dual-screen setup that houses an 8.6-inch and a 10.1-inch touchscreen screen on the main console which should entice buyers to prepare their RC transfer papers on that feature alone.
|Expected Launch||October 16, 2019|
|Engine||1.0L TFSI Petrol, 1.4L TFSI Petrol, 2.0L TFSI Petrol, 1.6L Diesel, 2.0L Diesel|
|Transmission||6-Speed Manual, 7-Speed S-Tronic DSG Automatic|
Unveiled to the public back in 2016 at the Geneva Motor Show, the Audi Q2 is now officially coming to India sometime in 2020. Although the company already has 3 SUV’s in the market, the Q2 will be the smaller, more budget-friendly option which will attract quite a bit of attention. The mini-SUV will come with a number of engine options, some of which might be a 1.0L TFSI, 1.4L TFSI, and 2.0L TFSI petrol engine while the diesel options could include a 1.6L and 2.0L TDI variant. Transmission on the Q2 will either be a 6-speed manual or a 7-speed S-Tronic DSG automatic transmission system for all the variants.
|Expected Launch||December 02, 2019|
|Power||Dual Electric Motor with 95kWh Lithium-Ion Battery|
While Audi is known for their sports cars and luxury sedans, the e-tron is their first shot at an all-electric vehicle and was first made public in 2018. The car is set to hit Indian roads sometime in 2019 or 2020 and a used car evaluation tool can be used to easily get your hands on one when it launches. The e-tron will get its power from a large 95kWh Lithium-Ion battery that will run the dual electric motor setup. The 561Nm of torque produced by the motors will take the e-tron from 0-100 kmph in just 6.6 seconds. With Boost Mode on, that number is significantly reduced to 5.7 seconds which is better than some regular cars in the market right now. On a full charge, the battery of the e-tron is said to provide a range of over 400 km and comes with a quick charge feature that takes the vehicle from 0-80 per cent in about 30 minutes.
Will you be looking forward to the upcoming Audi selection this year or do you have other options in mind? With so much on offer, these Audi cars will definitely get some heads turning when they make their way into dealerships around the country. Audi has always delivered when it comes to premium cars and it looks like they have come through once again this year.
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