Appeared the first render of the new Audi Q4 crossoverJanuary 19, 2019
Audi Q4 crossover will be officially launched in the second half of this year. “Charged” modification of the car is expected early next year.
A couple of minutes ago, foreign publications published a render from independent artists, on the new crossover of the German brand Audi. This is a Q4 model and I must say that the presented computer visualization looks very good.
In fact, it is not so difficult to predict what design the crossover novelty will receive, in particular because, recently, the automaker introduced its new flagship crossover Q8, as well as its fully electric counterpart – the model was named Audi e-tron.
In addition, the new model, which in the current model range will go right after the Q3 crossover, has repeatedly come across foreign journalists during the tests. Although the prototypes seen were camouflaged, it was still possible to understand the general concept of the exterior.
Apparently the formula by which the novelty was created is the following: it was necessary to take Q3 and just add a more sloping roofline, more aggressive bumpers and larger wheels under more powerful wheel arches. The crossover will become a competitor to the BMW X2, Mercedes GLA and the recently introduced Range Rover Evoque.
Based on the Q3 model, the “new” Q4 will inherit almost all the options from the standard Q3 – from power units to a set of technologies.
The Q4 presentation is expected to take place in Q3 2019. The start of sales is scheduled for the end of the year.
Not so long ago, we wrote that journalists captured the updated Audi A1 Allroad.
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