What can we look forward to from Audi in 2016?

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Check out some of the upgrades, enhancements and new releases we can expect in 2016 from Audi.

The New A4 Avant

The all-new Audi A4 has been enhanced in every way. Lighter, more agile and more spacious than its predecessor, with technical innovations that make it more driver-focused than ever.

It will be available with a wide range of equipment and engines from the 1.4 TFSI to the 3.0 V6 TDI Quattro.

Arriving January 2016!


Audi A4 Avant

The New Q7 e-tron

Spring will bring us the new Q7 e-tron, check out some of the pictures below. The e-tron philosophy

Audi e-tron takes progressive technology and blends it with everyday usability, creating the electric driving experience of tomorrow. For you, this means premium mobility, a hassle-free drive that has its foundations in the design you’ve already come to expect from an Audi. No more compromise.

Easy to charge, highly efficient and a significant step towards our vision to be CO2 neutral, Audi e-tron gives you the flexibility to choose to drive with just the combustion engine, just the electric drive, or in hybrid mode with both.

The New S4

There’s lots to be excited about with the new S4 set to hit showrooms this summer, There are already lots of rumours around what this car will be kitted out with.

We do know that it will be powered by a new 3-litre twin-turbocharged V6 petrol engine, the new S4 will sprint to 62mph in 4.7-secs and is electronically limited to 155mph.

Maximum power increases from 328bhp to 349bhp, with 368lb ft (up from 324lb ft) arriving at 1300rpm and hanging on until 4500rpm.

New Audi A5

New A5

The New A5

We can expect the new A5 to join us in the autumn, and like with the new A4’s increased interior space – 23mm of extra rear legroom in particular – the A5 coupe is likely to see a similar increase.

You can expect boot space to stay close to the 455-litre capacity offered by the outgoing car.

Although we haven’t seen any official photos of the inside yet it’s likely the A5 will also share the same dashboard architecture as the A4 but with a lower driving position.

New Audi TTRS


The New TTRS

The follow up to the legendary TT the TTRS is expected to be in showrooms in the autumn, and we are all very excited about it.

We can expect a new front spoiler treatment, and use of Audi’s larger, wave-patterned and drilled brake discs. We understand it’ll run the 2.5-litre five-cylinder turbocharged up to 380-400bhp and 406lb ft of torque, making for one very rapid TT.

New Baby SUV


Audi Small SUV

Audi will also be launching a brand new model in the autumn. Although the name is yet to be officially confirmed it will be a baby SUV.

Audi is expected to borrow engines from the A1’s lineup for this one, including a base 1.0-liter three-cylinder turbocharged petrol with 95PS (94hp), a 1.4-liter TFSI petrol, 1.6-liter diesels and possibly even the S1’s 228hp 2.0-liter turbo-four.