The German car maker, Audi is planning to launch five vehicles across its portfolio by the end of 2018 after unveiling flagship A8 at the inaugural Audi Summit.
The five models which will be launched by the end of 2018 are A7 Sportback, A6 sedan, new-generation Q3 and A1 hatchback. Audi will also come up with electric SUV to mark their first plunge into electric vehicles.
The new A7 Sportback will have the same design as that of A8. A7 Sportback comes with a twin-turbocharged 4.0-litre V8 engine producing more than 600bhp - at least 46bhp more than the current version.
A6 sedan comes with Impressive power, cutting-edge technology and a beautifully crafted interior. It will also have the 48-volt electric mild hybrid system as an optional fitment, although it comes as standard in the A8.
The Audi Q3 will be based on the VW’s modular MQB platform. This will help the crossover to lose weight while cutting down on manufacturing cost.
The Audi A1 hatchback will be reshaped with a new platform and added features to keep it looking new amidst the latest crop of Euro-hatchbacks.