2019 Audi Q4: A New Coupe-Like Crossover On The Horizon

Judging by the latest information, Audi plans to fill up the empty space between Q3 and Q5. Yes, the automaker will definitely introduce one more interesting crossover, most likely sometime in 2018. According to rumors, the all-new 2019 Audi Q4 will be inspired by the Audi TT Offroad concept and will be the answer on the popular Land Rover Evoque and Mercedes’ smooth GLA.


2019 Audi Q4 Will Get TT Offroad Styling

From our point of view, the 2019 Q4 will be just one more coupe-like crossover. The vehicle will share the MQB underpinnings with the Q3, but it will be slightly longer. Like we said, most of the exterior cues will be borrowed from the Audi TT Offroad, so there will be lots of aerodynamic all around. The roofline will be really curved, while the front fascia should keep the impressive grille and slim headlights. As for the interior, well you can expect to see everything that will have the new Q3. Of course, this is the crossover coupe, so it should be feature some funky two-tone treatment and better entertainment.

There Will Be Some Amazing Engines

The carmaker won’t skip the chance to offer the regular and high-performance 2019 Audi Q4 models. Oh yes, they will also offer some kind of plug-in hybrid powertrain without any doubt. The US-model (we believe it will be offered in North America) will have two or three options. Any kind of diesel is out of the question, but the 2.0-liter gasoline engine with 200 hp will likely power the base model. In case this isn’t enough power for you, there will be an awesome 2.5-liter mill with around 360 ponies and 343 lb-ft of torque. However, the range-topping 2019 Audi RS Q4 will likely get an impressive twin-turbo 2.9-liter engine, which will be able to produce up to 424 horsepower and 405 lb-ft of torque.2019-audi-q4

Maybe, but just maybe the German carmaker reconsiders some kind of all-electric powertrain for the Q4. After all, they will introduce the Q6 EV sometime in 2018, so why don’t they offer two electric crossovers at the same time?


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