Q8, A1, A7... luxury SUVs, stunning sports cars - Audi SA's new model onslaught for 2019 will be huge

Image: Supplied
Image: Supplied

2019 is a big year for Audi South Africa. When it made its New Year's resolution, the German automaker seems to have pushed the whole 'new year, new me' mentality. 

The German automaker had earmarked a few models to make their local debuts in 2018. However, when they ran into a few speed bumps along the way, launches were pushed to 2019. And what a year it's going to be for Audi.

Ingolstadt has already dropped its RS 4 and RS 5 Sportback performance cars and the flagship Q8 SUV wet its tyres on Cape Town roads in early May.  

And there's more to come... the final two quarters of the year will be very busy with the A1 hatch, Q3 and facelifted TT sports coupe. 

In the final quarter, Audi will introduce two large sedans: the A7 and A6 to SA. 

See all the models below:

RS 4 -  

RS 5 - 

Q8 - 

A1 (third quarter) -

Q3 (third quarter) - 


TT (third quarter) - 

A7 (fourth quarter) - 

Image: Supplied 

A6 (fourth quarter) -  

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