Audi spoke about its new products in 2020March 19, 2020
The German company is updating its lineup.
This week, a number of German automakers held their annual press conferences, summing up the results of 2019 and announced their plans for the future. VW introduced the second generation Amarok, while BMW announced plans to release an all-electric version of the flagship 7-Series.
As for Audi, she announced the names of several models that she will show later this year. According to Bram Shot, chairman of the board, 2020 will be the year Q2 gets facelift in the middle of the cycle. Not surprisingly, the Audi crossover will be unveiled in the coming months, given that we have seen many spy shots with masked prototypes undergoing testing.
The novelty will receive revised headlights and taillights, as well as other bumpers. Thus, the crossover will match its “older brothers.” As for the RS Q2, it is hardly to be expected, as Audi Sport recently announced that it does not plan to produce an RS car with a four-cylinder engine.
In addition, Bram Shot announced plans to release the Q5 Sportback, which will become a direct competitor to the BMW X4 and Mercedes GLC Coupe. Most likely, it will be based on an updated version of regular Q5.
Also, according to the chairman of the board, four new hybrid models will be added to the lineup. Most likely, the new S3 Sportback will be introduced, as Four Rings have already released comprehensive technical details and images. At the end of the year, the E-Tron GT and the A3 sedan will also appear. In total, Audi says it will introduce about 20 new models this year, including five electric vehicles.
In addition, Bram Shot told the media that Audi will gradually close factories in Ingolstadt, Neckarsulm, Brussels, San Jose Chiap and Gyor by the end of the week as a result of an outbreak of coronavirus.
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