Curious about which Audi trends to watch out for in 2020? We’ve got your back. Check out five amazing Audi trends this year!
Audi started 2020 with a bang! Here’s what you need to know about what is up and coming.
This year, Audi unveils a new RS7 Sportback for the European market. In addition, they’re showing off new Audi AI: TRAIL quattro concept.
There are also various 2020 model changes that the North American market can look forward to.
Therefore, if you’re wondering about Audi trends (and what they have in store), keep on reading to learn all about the top five 2020 Audi trends.
- RS6: Dominates First Place in Audi Trends for 2020
The RS6 Avant wagon is coming to town.
The biggest news for 2020 is RS6 Avant wagon’s upcoming availability in North America. Coming in strong with immense engine power, the RS6 Avent will reach 62 MPH in 3.6 seconds, courtesy of its 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine.
The RS6 specs are 591 horsepower and 590 pound-feet of torque. As for the transmission, the only available option is an eight-speed Tiptronic automatic, with a quattro all-wheel-drive.
Furthermore, you’ll still get the standard adaptive air suspension or optional RS sport suspension with dynamic ride control.
- Q5/Q8 SUVs: Small Additions
Holding a steady pace, Audi didn’t change much to their SUV lineup.
For the Q5, there are minor changes to its Premium trim. It’ll now include new 18-inch turbine wheels, with all-season tires and automatic high beams.
In addition, the Premium Plus trim will include a Driver Assistance package. It has adaptive cruise control with traffic assistance and active lane-keeping assistance.
With such little changes, keep your older models of Q5/Q8. Just make sure that your Audi parts are high- performing, and you’re good to go.
- A6/A7/A8: Added Features
Last year, there was a substantial update for the A6 and A7 lines. This year, Audi will continue with adding standard advanced safety features.
The Premium trim —and above— encompass lane departure warning, automatic high beams, enhanced anti-theft protection, and fully-powered exterior side mirrors.
Also, the Premium Plus trim has Audi’s virtual cockpit plus and a heated steering wheel.
On the other hand, Audi’s A8 full-size sedan gets less substantial updates for the year. As it were, the tech upgrades in the upper trims (that have been added to the A6/A7 line) are standard equipment on the A8.
- TT: Dying Line Throws a ‘Hail Mary’
Audi’s struggling TT line upgrades its security system, adds a new anti-theft system, and a blackout trim option with 20-inch wheels.
Moreover, red brake calipers are available on the TT RS. However, keep in mind that pricing ranges from $45,500 for a base TT, but the TT RS has a base of $67,500.
- R8: Makeover for the New Decade
Most Audi models are now reaching top track speeds of at least 200 mph, and the R8 V10 Coupe and Spyder get in on the fun. Both models now achieve 406 pound-feet of torque and 562 horsepower.
Furthermore, the R8 V10 Performance Coupe delivers a brilliant 602 horsepower and 413 pound-feet of torque.
Audi Updates for 2020
It’s an exciting time for the automotive industry, with new technologies coming in at the speed of light.
This is why it’s essential to keep up with the trends and what they bring to the table.
Now that you’re up to date with all the Audi trends, make sure to keep an eye out for our tips and guide section for all the automotive advice you could possibly need.