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Audi design: differentiate A, R and Q models more strongly

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' We want to bring more emotion to the brand. This concept is already al dente and does not need a flavor enhancer, 'said Egger auto motor and sport. 'Everyone expects a change to take place now,' believes Egger. 'We are relying on a memorability that cannot be copied so quickly. In future, the faces of the Q family will show a uniform line.'

Audi Crosslane is coming in 2015

The A, R and Q models are to be much more differentiated from one another in terms of design. The sedans are shaped more finely and elegantly, while the Q types stand out with a more distinctive single frame.

The Crosslane is expected to go into series production in 2015, one year after the start of the new A2 generation. Among other things, a variant as a plug-in hybrid is planned, which as a dual-mode hybrid has two electric motors and a three-cylinder gasoline engine. The system output is 177 hp. The car should be able to move up to 85 kilometers purely electrically. With a consumption of only 1.1 liters per 100 kilometers according to the NEDC cycle calculation, the Crosslane would be one of the most economical cars on the market.


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