Audi is currently working on yet another sweet, sexy, and all-new model. The German car manufacturer started testing the 2020 Audi Q4 – a coupe crossover that’s going to try to take some piece of pie from the BMW X4 and Mercedes GLC Coupe. Audi’s newcomer will reportedly be introduced sometime next year, which means that the camouflage hides a production-ready design.
Unfortunately, we can’t see what’s cooking beneath at the moment. On the other hand, we assume that the design is going to be closely related to the Q8. Well, the sloping rooflines seem to be identical, so the all-new Q4 will be more fastback or liftback than coupe-styled. This will definitely set it apart from the crowd that feature almost “copy-paste” rear-end design. As for the rest of the shape, well, we assume that the SUV is going to take inspiration from the TT Offroad concept.
Moreover, the carmaker will use concept’s fully-digital cabin for Q4’a needs. We hope to see large displays (at least two of them), as well as a touchscreen navigation which will be 9.2-inch big. Of course, the latest driver assistance systems will be also on board, including gesture control, inductive smartphone charging, and more.
Do we have to mention that the 2020 Audi Q4 is going to use the MQB architecture for its basics? No, because the automaker is exploiting the platform in so many occasions, including the Q3. The Q4 will be just slightly bigger than the Q3, but it will most probably share the same powertrains. The fun will start with 1.5-liter turbo mills, both diesel and gasoline options. The automaker will not skip the chance to add updated 2.0-liter engines, as well as an awesome 2.5-liter turbocharged five-cylinder unit for the vanilla RS Q4. As you probably know, the mill with killer instinct delivers 400 horsepower, so we can’t wait to see the topping Q4 on track.