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All-new Audi Q5 is ready to go ‘on air’ in the UK Jan 12, 2017

Latest SUV offering an exceptional specification including the new option of air suspension can now be ordered in readiness for deliveries from April. More comfortable, more agile, more efficient, more protective and better connected - the all-new Audi Q5 is about to build on the consistent sales success of its predecessor with an even stronger skill set.

All-new 354PS Audi SQ5 heads for Detroit under TFSI power Jan 9, 2017

The formidable figurehead of the Audi Q5 range returns to the fold this week as the latest high performance SQ5 makes its world debut at the 2017 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.

Ahead of the Q: Audi presents near-production Q8 concept SUV at Detroit Jan 9, 2017

Wraps taken off striking Q8 concept that will propel Audi into a new segment next year. Dynamic, highly efficient and extremely comfortable: Audi is presenting the Audi Q8 concept at the 2017 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS).

Audi and NVIDIA join forces to bring Q7 deep learning concept to CES 2017 Jan 5, 2017

Piloted Audi SUV study realised through collaboration with microchip partner NVIDIA highlights the development of Artificial Intelligence. Artificial intelligence (AI) is a key technology for piloted driving – that’s why Audi and strong partners from the electronics industry are jointly developing game-changing know-how in the field of machine learning.

Preview of a production model: Audi Q8 concept premieres in Detroit Dec 22, 2016

Audi will start the New Year with a sensation: At the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit in January 2017, the premium manufacturer is to present the Audi Q8 concept.

Sales growth makes November a month to remember for Audi Dec 15, 2016

Audi continues its course of growth: The brand's deliveries totalled 154,050 units in the month of November, a 4.3 percent increase compared with the same period in 2015.