The VW subsidiary Audi car wants to earn more money with luxury cars in the future and phase out smaller models.
CEO Markus Duesmann told the “Handelsblatt” (Monday edition): “Specifically, we have decided not to build the A1 anymore, and there will be no successor model from the Q2 either.”
The group has redefined the role of the individual brands. “We have also realigned Audi as a premium brand. We will limit our model range at the bottom and expand it at the top,” said Duesmann.
The compact SUV Q2, which was only introduced in 2016, will be phased out without a successor because it no longer fits into the planning of the portfolio and the development capacities: “We are prioritizing other segments.”
As a flagship, Audi is developing an all-electric luxury sedan with a very spacious interior, new wiring system and new software. “We are on schedule and will bring the 2025 model onto the road,” said the Audi boss. “After that, however, there will certainly be other models on the platform, including variants from Bentley and Porsche.
1- The most prominent changes in the new “Audi A8” 2022 model
The 2022 Audi A8 launched with an updated exterior design, where the headlights got a different design similar to those found in the new A3, and the Hybrid PHEV version has Matrix LED headlights.
The grille and front bumper get a new slightly different shape, sportier muscular lines on each side, and redesigned taillights.
Inside the cabin, there are two screens, one for the infotainment system and the other for controlling the heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system, located in the middle of the dashboard, in addition to a third screen for the digital gauges.
The car received new improved engines, the first being a V6 engine with a capacity of 3000 cc turbo, along with an electric motor integrated in a special torque converter, with a total power of 449 hp / 330 kW and torque of 699 Nm.
New engines improve fuel consumption and CO2 emissions, and the hybrid model gets a new, longer-range battery for all-electric driving.
2- Germany’s MTM injects 442 hp Audi S3
MTM has made extensive technical modifications to the Audi S3 to increase power and performance.
The modification company explained that the new S3 Clubsport car relies on a 442 hp / 564 Nm engine for maximum torque, and the modified version accelerates thanks to the new power from stability to a speed of 100 km / h in 3.8 seconds, as well as reaching a top speed of 309 km / h. s.
The German company equipped the car with a steel exhaust set with four oval inlets, and the car stands on 19-inch light alloy wheels.
The modified car is distinguished by the front apron, the new design of the sills, the rear apron set and the spoiler on the roof edge. The car is based on the KW sports suspension package, and the interior is decorated with sports seats.
3- Audi 2022 Q7 specifications
The German company Audi receives the year 2022 with its latest versions of the Q7 cars, the Q8 Competition Plus, and our talk now will be limited to the Audi 2022 Q7 Jeep, which combines luxurious and elegant design with a spacious cabin rich in the latest technologies and a chassis that calls for sports fun.
The Audi 2022 Q7 came with a four-cylinder engine With 248 hp, the SUV is a sports utility vehicle, with a powerful information system that challenges its competitors with a 10.1-inch screen and an 8.6-inch lower screen.
1-The design of the Audi 2022 Q7 is very similar to that of the year 2021.
2-A sophisticated four-wheel drive vehicle with an attractive character.
3-The design is equipped with power folding exterior mirrors.
5-Daytime running lights.
6-To add to the sporty look, the car was supported by a black optics package.
7-The car has a heavier size and larger dimensions in terms of wheelbase and length.
10-The 2022 Audi Q7 is half a foot larger than the Acura MDX in wheelbase and 13 inches more than the Jaguar F-Pace.
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