Filed under: Geneva Motor Show , Hatchback , Audi The 2013 Audi A3 will be rolling into the Geneva Motor Show next month, but first it went to Russia to get leaked all over the Internet. We saw one angle of it a few days ago , and now we see more of what looks to be a very handsome car. The move to the new MQB platform hasn’t altered anything drastically, but revisions in the hatchback’s details have made for a more concentrated bearing, with very A1 -like appearance
Frankfurt 2011: Audi A2 Concept is an utterly fantastical electric car, with lasers. [nggallery id=92]
[nggallery id=89] Audi showed off a few examples of the company’s new A1 Sportback Five-Door at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show. The German automaker has already said that the larger hatchback will be available with the same six engine options as its three-door sibling. That means buyers will be able to lay their hands on […]
Consumer Reports has just finished evaluating four mid-sized luxury sedans, and the 2012 Audi A6 managed to tie with the Infiniti M37 for the top spot. The publication cites the German four-door’s substantial improvements over last year as the reason behind its success. In previous evaluations, the A6 has managed to score just 79 points […]
[nggallery id=85] The Motor Press Guild has named the 2012 Audi A7 as the its first-ever Car Of The Year. MPG calls itself the largest automotive media association in the United States, and says that the the A7 was chosen as the first recipient of the organization’s Car Of The Year award because of its […]
Filed under: Concept Cars , Frankfurt Motor Show , Audi , Electric The jump from teaser rendering to metal was kind to the new Audi A2 concept, which debuted in Frankfurt today.
Filed under: Sedan , Audi , Diesel Audi A5 Sportback – Click above for high-res image gallery The arrival of the Audi A7 in the U.S. is almost a given, designed to slot in – predictably – between the A6 and all-new A8 , while finally providing Audi with a Mercedes-Benz CLS competitor.
Filed under: Spy Photos , Performance , Hatchback , Audi , Luxury In reaction to news that Audi put up an online petition to bring the TT RS to the U.S., a number of commenters opined that they’d rather have the S3. Well, you’re no closer to getting it, but you can see its even hotter brother, the RS3, in spy shots taken in Austria. Almost all of the work seems to have taken place up front, where the hottest Audi hatch gets new headlights and gaping intakes.