Audi is adding one petrol and one diesel mild-hybrid powertrain in the Q8’s range in Europe.
Audi’s Q8 luxury crossover ran the stability course successfully at 79 km/h (49 mph).
This Audi Q8 50 TDI quattro model also features dual-tone Diamond Silver and Royal Blue seats.
While these two high-end SUVs are quite different, they are similarly priced and full of segment-leading tech.
The first ever Audi Q8 is also surprisingly spacious for rear passengers, who won’t struggle for headroom despite the sloping roofline.
The e-tron GT concept will be the star of the show, but it will be joined by the A6, A7, A8, Q8 and e-tron.
This in-depth review of Audi’s latest luxury crossover reveals quite a few surprising details, both good and bad.
On the lookout for a premium SUV? Then better take a look of this video of the brand new Q8.
The German aftermarket company boosts the V6 turbo diesel engine to 330 PS and puts the SUV on 22-inch wheels.
How do you have fun with a 340 PS sporty SUV? Well, taking it to the dunes and sliding is a good choice.
Visually, the two luxury crossovers are very similar, boasting nearly the same design language.
Should the BMW X6 and Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe worry? Yes, they really should.