It'll do battle with the Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupe.
Say what you will about Audi's obsession with suvs , but the company is just giving people what they want to make a nice profit at the end of the year. Q2 or Q8 are the principle of the principle of the principle of such a thing as the A3 and A8, so there is no harm in trying to reach a wider audience of models. Ok, the TT and R8 face an uncertain future, but the whole sport car segment is losing popularity.
Speaking of niches, Audi is a fan of swoopy sedans by offering the A5 and A7 Sportback, these these are technically hatchbacks. Both have been available for quite some time in Guises, with the smaller of the two gaining in 2018 the RS treatment for the first time. The previous-gen RS7 has been doing battle with the Mercedes CLS 63 AMG and BMW M6 Gran Coupe, but in the upcoming new iteration, it will have to compete with the AMG GT 4-Door Coupe .
We've tried to render the RS7 Sportsback ahead of its official revelation. Having seen the new rs7 and knowing how to make Audi RS's design for the full-fat RS, it's not that difficult to imagine how the Porsche Panamera Turbo is going to look like it will be unveiled. you can read more at https://carshops247.co.uk/news/audi.html