[2020 Edition] Current Audi Model Lineup
Everything You Need to Know About 2020 Audi Sports & Performance Models Including Prices, Specs & Reviews
Updated: January 3rd, 2020
The four-ringed German marque has really come into its own in the last decade, with Audi now setting a benchmark for what a luxury sports car at an accessible price, can and should be. They’ve also expanded the propagation of their expertise, producing a range of SUVs, sedans, estates and supercars which all fall into this category.
The latest addition to their lineup is the Audi RS 6 Avant; a high-performance station wagon with supercar character. For better or for worse, it isn’t one of their new electric vehicles, although Audi has publicly committed to a having ⅓ of their lineup fully electric by 2025.
For North American customers, this is an even bigger deal, as quite some time has passed since a high performance estate was sold by Audi in the western hemisphere. With the RS 6 Avant, Audi also sees an opportunity to revitalize and galvanize a segment of cars that is severely underrepresented on the continent.
The Audi R8 retains its position as poster boy at the top of the performance hierarchy, though the car has been rumoured for retirement no later than 2023. At this time, the mid-engined V10 supercar has been afforded little to no clarity with regards to what a replacement, if any, might look like.
With the company changing its focus to EV production and technologies, it will be interesting to see how things play out for Audi over the next decade. Will Audi be taking lead on this next generation of transportation? How will their philosophies and definitions of an “engaging driving experience” be affected by this transformation?
We look forward to following them on as they embark on this journey.