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A subsidiary of the Volkswagen Group, Audi is a German automobile manufacturer known for its luxury cars and SUVs. In 1909, Audi AG became the second company founded by August Horch. Since then, the automaker has had a rich history of mergers and acquisitions but has always maintained its reputation for high-performance vehicles.

Today, the brand boasts a sizable stable of body types and models. They include SUVs, wagons, sedans, sportbacks, coupes, convertibles, sport models, hybrids, and all-electric vehicles. Popular vehicle series are the A4, Q5, Q7, Q8R8, RS 7, and e-tron.

Featured Vehicle: e-tron

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All Audi Vehicles:

SUVs:

Q3: This two-row subcompact crossover is the brand’s smallest and least expensive SUV

Q5: A compact crossover SUV offering standard Quattro all-wheel drive, a choice of three powertrains, and good gas mileage

Q7: This midsize crossover SUV boasts a smooth ride, impressive handling, turbo engine options, standard Quattro AWD, and seating for up to seven

Q8: A premier midsize SUV providing an elegant, technologically advanced interior and spacious seating for five

Sedans, Coupes, and Wagons:

A3: This subcompact sedan is the most affordable model in the brand’s lineup

A4: A popular compact sports sedan combining performance and luxury

A5: Based on the A4, this compact executive car comes in coupe, four-door sportback, and soft-top convertible body styles

A6: A midsize sports sedan available with Quattro AWD

A7: A midsize sportback with a coupe-like design and AWD

A8: This full-size car is the brand’s flagship sedan and comes in plug-in hybrid and twin-turbocharged engine options

TT: A small sports car offered as a four-seat coupe or two-seat convertible, both with zippy acceleration, spry handling, and standard Quattro AWD

R8: This two-seat midengine supercar comes with Quattro AWD or rear-wheel drive and in coupe and convertible body styles

Hybrids & Electrics:

Q4 e-tron: This compact crossover comes in SUV and sportback body styles and is available as a plug-in hybrid or all-electric vehicle

e-tron: The brand’s first battery electric vehicle (BEV) series offers midsize crossover SUV, sportback, sedan, and wagon models


Recently Discontinued Vehicles:

TT RS: Retired in the U.S. after the 2022 model year

A3 e-tron: A plug-in hybrid produced from 2012 to 2018 in the U.S.


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