2021 Audi A7L Officially Revealed, And Yes, It’s A Sedan

The first Audi for China developed through the SAIC joint venture is debuting this week at Auto Shanghai 2021. Complementing the Audi-FAW A6L sedan and regular A7, the A7L eschews the Sportback body style of its global cousin and opts instead for a traditional sedan with a proper trunk lid. With customers in the People’s Republic having a soft spot for rear legroom, the newcomer has a significantly longer wheelbase than the original Sportback.

The distance between the axles has grown by 98 millimeters (3.85 inches) to 3,026 mm (119.1 in) and the whole car now measures a stately 5,076

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2022 Audi Q4 E-Tron EV debuts Sonos audio, augmented-reality head-up display

The Q4 E-Tron electric SUV will be available in both regular and Sportback flavors.


After a thinly veiled conceptual peek at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show and a few camouflaged appearances, the newest and most compact member of Audi’s burgeoning E-Tron family of electric vehicles makes its world debut in production guise. Meet the 2022 Audi Q4 E-Tron and the slightly racier-looking Q4 E-Tron Sportback.

The compact Q4 E-Tron SUV and its Sportback variant join today’s E-Tron SUV and Sportback as well as the E-Tron GT sport sedan in what is shaping up to be the most confusing

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Forget Traffic Jams! The Audi Neo-Bauhaus Concept Carries A Bicycle

The car of the future is often described using terms like “fully-autonomous” and “all-electric,” but what if there’s another way? Maybe there will be more to the car of the future than the ability to drive itself without relying on fossil fuels.

Freelance designer Simon Grytten has created such a vehicle: the Audi Neo-Bauhaus Concept. It’s all the things one thinks of when picturing the future of mobility, plus it can carry your bicycle for you so you can switch transportation modes if stuck in traffic at the last mile.

(Credit: Audi)
Storage for a bicycle
(Credit: Simon Grytten / Audi)

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2020 Audi SQ7 Wows with Polished Performance

The Audi Q7 is the mother of SUVs within the sprawling Volkswagen Group. Based on the conglomerate’s MLB-evo platform, it’s the fertile womb from which has sprung the sleeker, two-row Audi Q8, as well as the Porsche Cayenne, a British love child called the Bentley Bentayga, and an Italianate bastard son, the Lamborghini Urus. And in high-performance SQ7 guise, Audi’s largest crossover is perhaps the most versatile utility vehicle of them all.

Keep in mind that our SQ7 test car weighed 5311 pounds and ran from a dead stop to 60 mph in just 3.5 seconds. It whipped through the

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