- Audi etron is the new quattro: Audi presented its legendary Ur-quattro at the 1980 Geneva International Motor Show. Making its debut exactly 40 years later is the Audi e-tron S, which with an output of 370 kW is the most powerful model in the electric-powered lineup. It comes equipped with the fitting drive variant: a new generation of quattro with torque vectoring.
- Fourth-generation Audi A3**: The fourth generation of the best-selling Audi A3 made its world premiere in March 2020. Soon to be electrified with mHEV and PHEV versions, the premium compact is setting out to continue the success story of its predecessor, of which more than five million units were sold.
- Dance on slick parquet: Journalists will experience the full potential of the new Audi RS Q3 during initial test drives in the north of Sweden. The compact SUV can show off its full range of talents between frozen lakes and on snow-covered trails. With 294 kW (400 PS) from the sonorous five-cylinder engine, the RS Q3 (combined fuel consumption in l/100 km* 8.9 – 8.8 (26.4 – 26.7 US mpg); combined CO2 emissions in g/km*: 203 – 202 [326.7 – 325.1 g/mi]) and RS Q3 Sportback (combined fuel consumption in l/100 km*: 8.9 – 8.8 (26.4 – 26.7 US mpg);
combined CO2 emissions in g/km*: 204 – 202 [328.3 325.1 g/mi])leave the competition behind.
- Elegant electric model: Following the major PHEV offensive in 2019, Audi remains firmly on course with plug-in hybrids. With the Audi A6 Avant TFSIe**, the four rings brand offers a variant that will likely be highly desired in the fleet space.
* Fuel/power consumption and CO2 emission figures given in ranges depend on the tires/wheels used as well as the selected vehicle equipment
** The collective consumption values of all models named and available on the German market can be found in the list starting on page 16.