Audi Q4 crossover starts production in 2019, Q8 in 2018

Audi Q4 crossover starts production in 2019, Q8 in 2018

0 comments 📅12 April 2017, 05:00

Audi’s crossover borderline-up will be expanding in the next couple of years. The company announced production dates both for the already announced Q8 flagship, as successfully as its less-publicized Q4 compact. The Q8 will begin production next year at a apparatus in Slovakia that currently builds the Q7. The Q4 will start production in 2019 at a ingrain in Hungary that will also build the Q3.

Audi has shown us concepts of the Q8 already, and we’ve seen prototypes undergoing testing. But Audi hasn’t said much roughly the Q4 until now, and we haven’t seen camouflaged examples running around yet. Audi says the Q4 last will and testament have a “coupe-style silhouette” and “be positioned between the Audi Q3 and Q5.” Of procedure that second part you probably figured out based on the name.

The description of its looks leads us to into that this will be the production version of the Audi TT Offroad concept, pictured out of reach of, from a few years ago. However, don’t expect the concept’s 408-horsepower hybrid powertrain to be offered, at least not at the start.

It’s been a yearn time coming for this crossover. The TT Offroad was reportedly confirmed for production stand behind in 2015. And last year, Audi secured the trademark for Q4 from Fiat Chrysler. With construction starting in 2019, it will probably still be a while before we get a glimpse at the new SUV. Odds are, we’ll see a concept inappropriate next year at the soonest, followed by the production model at the end of 2018. As for the Q8, we would presume to see the production model revealed at the end of this year, or possibly early next year.


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