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When it comes to luxurious, high-tech SUVs, the Audi Q5 is in a class of its own. Audi has a reputation for automotive technical advancements and the Q5 has them in spades. Its interior design is smart, purposeful intuitive and sophisticated and reflects an attention to detail. The 2018 Audi Q5 has a 252 horsepower, 2.0-liter turbocharged engine, a smooth shifting 7-speed transmission and the power and convenience of all-wheel drive. The new Q5 delivers a buttery smooth ride that’s relaxing whether navigating city traffic or zooming down the highway.

Audi’s driver-assistance package makes driving the Q5 a truly high-tech experience. It starts with the virtual cockpit. It features a full-color 12.3-inch display that employs Google satellite imagery to offer a full navigation map with amazing graphics. Using the steering wheel’s ‘View’ button you can move between setting with ease. Plus, it can show the speedometer, the entire navigation map and your music choices simultaneously. Audi’s excellent internal navigation system eliminates the need for support from Android Auto or Apple CarPlay for a true virtual cockpit experience. To enjoy the truly awesome experience behind the wheel, you should head to Tucson Audi. Whether you want an Audi Q5 or other vehicle, you are sure to find something that fits your needs.

The heads-up display and infotainment console work seamlessly together with the instrument cluster to provide a virtual cockpit experience that’s comprehensive and convenient. It let’s you see what you want, when you want.

The Audi Q5’s center console’s interface has a conveniently placed, easy-to-hold and use black knob above the gearshift that controls the infotainment console. The driver can simply and safely click through the settings while driving. Just above the knob is a touchpad where you can write out addresses with your fingertips. Just to the gear shift’s right there’s a slit that’s perfect for the key fob. It’s a nice touch.

The gear shift itself has a smooth top that lets you tap a button when you want to park the vehicle. There’s another slot behind the gear shift for the phone and USB ports to charge it or use Android Auto or Apple CarPlay. The cohesive center console has space for all the necessities.

Another example of the high-tech equipment on the 2018 Audi Q5 is its steering wheel controls. They provide the driver with easy access to all the vehicle’s essential settings without having to take their eyes off the road. The steering wheel controls are perfectly laid out and provide one touch access to the instrument cluster, telephone and volume using a dial. This helps create a safer, more harmonious driving experience.

Audi has also used a vast amount of research to create seats in the Q5 that are very comfortable, provide adequate back support and provide an elevated roadway view. The company has done this with the unique way they arranged the seats, providing a soft, leather surface and giving the driver the ability to find the ideal level of back support using their four-way power adjustable lumbar system.

Audi has used advanced technology to make the 2018 Q5 safer, more responsive and easier to drive. Welcome to the future of driving courtesy of Audi.

All-New 2019 Audi A8: What You Need to Know

Audi is preparing to launch it new flagship 2019 Audi A8. It’s set to hit the U.S. market in 2018. There are a number of things you need to know about this all-new vehicle. .

A super luxury car that comfortably holds 4 or 5 passengers, Audi’s 2019 A8’s long-wheelbase model’s wheelbase is almost 17.5 feet long. It’s an inch and a half longer and slightly taller than the current model. However, its overall width is about the same. The fourth-generation A8’s body and frame are primarily made from strong, lightweight, aluminum. However, magnesium, carbon fiber and high-strength steel are used in key places. All the new A8 models are expected to have Audi’s Quattro all-wheel drive system. Check one out at Tucson Audi, and you will see how easy and smooth it is to drive one. While a 2019 model may not be out yet, you can check out other Audi A8 models.

Many design cues on the 2019 A8 were featured on the company’s Prologue Concept car. Its look has evolved from previous designs, but the wide hexagonal grille and slim LED matrix headlights make its face appear wider and lower. The headlight cluster features a shining low-power laser and it has an LED taillight array spanning the car’s entire width. This enhances its wider-looking stance. The new A8’s profile features a longer roof line that’s almost coupe-like unlike the outgoing model’s upright, formal look.

The 2019 Audi A8’s exquisitely designed interior has a high-end lounge feel, substantially more interior space and the panoramic sunroof is standard. The 2019 A8’s right rear back seat has a massager that heats and massages the feet of the person sitting there. Its executive-style four-seat arrangement gives the right-rear passenger their own phone circuit to make private calls. The vehicle’s redesigned air vents open and close electronically.

The 2019 A8 contains the elegantly designed, cutting-edge, integrated interior technology for which Audi is known. Audi replaced the traditional dials, buttons and instruments with a brand new dashboard design with two touch screens and a virtual dashboard. The new interface even replaced Audi’s traditional MMI dial. The lowest touch screen displays the climate controls and fingertip-activated handwriting characters or a virtual keyboard overlay can be used there to input addresses into the navigation system.

The vehicle will also have autonomous self-driving systems like the Audi A1 Remote Parking system and the Traffic Jam Pilot which can steer, accelerate and brake at up to 37 mph. The 2019 Audi A8 takes active safety to an entirely new level. It has 41 driver assistance systems. They include adaptive cruise control, a 360 degree sensor system that actively prevents accidents or prepares the vehicle for impact, Turn Assist and collision avoidance systems with night vision.

The all-new A8 uses a hybrid system that improves fuel economy and performance by providing an electric boost from a 48-volt battery. This allows for lightening-quick auto starts and stops. Its sophisticated air suspension system evaluates the road surface and automatically adjust the suspension to suit the conditions. The long-wheelbase sedan has 4-wheel steering for maneuvering in tight spaces. Cars bound for the U.S. will be built in Neckarsulm, Germany. This super luxury class vehicle will cost over $82,500.

It seems like Audi is always on the cutting-edge of automotive technology. Well, the German automaker is at it again. Not only is it in the process of creating technologically advanced electric vehicles, the company will be using solar panels in order to help supply power to its electric vehicles in the future. This move gives and entirely new meaning and function the sun roof of its vehicles. While in other vehicles the sun roof may be just a cute feature, in Audi’s future electric vehicles that feature may play a role in powering the automobiles.

When many people think of electric vehicles, they picture technology like the supercharger being employed by Tesla or the electronic charging stations that look like gas stations that are beginning to pop up all over the country to help electric and hybrid vehicles top off their voltage. But Audi has another idea altogether. One that makes a great deal of sense for people living on a sun drenched planet: cars being powered by energy from the sun. Hanergy produces thin, flexible solar panels. Their subsidiary AltaDevices is working in collaboration with Audi to turn the car’s sun roof into a source of solar power to run the automobile.

Industry insiders say the first prototype is on schedule to be developed before the end of 2017. The prototype will employ technology that integrates solar cells into the “panoramic glass roof” of an Audi automobile. According to Alta, this is but the first step. In the near future it will be possible to see vehicles where the entire surface of the car’s roof is covered with solar cells. These cell will have the potential to supply power to non-essential systems like the seat heater and air-conditioning. By using solar power for these systems, it allows all of the energy created by the primary electric fuel systems to be used to power the electronic vehicle.

With solar power providing the energy for non-essential systems in the electric vehicles, all the power from the car’s battery can be used to propel the automobile. As a result, the range of the electric vehicle can be significantly increased because the battery will have more power available. In a recent statement, Dr. Bernd Martens of Audi explained that the distance that electric cars can travel without having to be recharged plays a decisive role in whether or not Audi customers will gravitate to electric vehicles in large numbers. While you can’t get your hands on a solar-powered car, you can check out many high-tech Audi models at Tucson Audi.

Martens pointed out that Audi working together with Hanergy and Alta Devices plan to add innovative solar technology to the electric cars the German automaker produces. Dr. Martens explained that adding solar power to Audi’s electric cars will not only extend their range, but is also sustainable. This is just the type of forward-thinking innovations automobile enthusiasts and auto industry experts have come to expect from Audi. And just when you thought the company’s foray into self-driving technology was their only focus, here comes word they are working on automobiles powered by sunshine.

Audi A1, to Rival Mini

The new higher-tech Audi A1 is on a mission to eclipse the rival Mini. The automaker is doing it by reinventing its supermini that is due to be released in 2018. The new second-generation version of the Audi A1 is longer, wider, more comfortable and more dynamic than its predecessor and designed to surpass it. Insiders say Audi plans to make changes from the ground up. The next A1 is built on a new platform structure and has a suspension that has been heavily reworked and offers optional adaptive damping control. It also has updated gearboxes and a new range of engines.

Scheduled to be launched in early 2018, the new A1 looks entirely different and has a more upmarket feel. Yet the starting price will still be close to the £14,570 the company charges for the current model. The larger new Ai has a wider grille as well a flatter bonnet which has three distinctive vents like Audi competition cars from years past. Plus, it will only be available in a five-door Sportback. To save money to invest in electric car development, the new Ai supermini will be produced in Martorell, Spain by Seat, another Volkswagen Group brand. If you are interested in other innovations by Audi, take one for a test drive at Tucson Audi.

The second-generation A1’s new platform uses MQB AO architecture and has engineering solutions used on the Audi A3. It employs a combination of hot-formed steel and aluminum to make the floorpan. This allows the Anew A1 to add 94 mm to its wheelbase for a total of 2564 mm. This significantly increases its torsional stiffness and makes it more refined. The second generation A1 is also over 4000mm long and wider than the current model’s 1740mm. This creates more interior space and more cargo room. The added space creates more head, leg and shoulder room in the vehicle’s rear seat area.

The new dashboard is modelled on the larger A3 and features class-leading connectivity and infotainment technology. The new A1 gives buyers the option to get a Virtual Cockpit digital display as well as embedded 4G LTE with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto or MirrorLink. There are also driving assistance functions like City Emergency Braking, Front Assist and Pedestrian Monitoring systems along with a speed limiter and a tire pressure monitor.

The new A1 has several engine options. The entry level engine is a 1.0-liter, 113 bhp turbocharged three-cylinder TFSI petrol engine. There’s also a 1.5-liter, 148bhp turbo four-cylinder petrol engine. The top-of-the-line S1 will feature a new 2.0-liter, 250bhp turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine. This model won’t be available in the United Kingdom until fall 2018. The A1 will also have a natural gas option. It will work with a specially adapted 1.0-litre turbocharged three-cylinder petrol engine. It won’t be available in the UK.

Buyers can choose between the standard six-speed manual gearbox and the dual-clutch S tronic seven-speed transmission which features an automatic shift function. While the current A1 only offered four-wheel drive on the S1, the new A1 also features a Haldex-style multi-plate-clutch quattro electro-hydraulic system and several engine types.

The 2019 Audi A8 is poised to reveal a vast array of new technologies when it hits the U.S. market in summer 2018. It will introduce an entirely new type of autonomous driving capability that Audi calls Level Three. It features the company’s new ‘traffic jam pilot’ system that can drive the A8 at as fast as 37 mph on a divided highway. In slow traffic on long commutes, this can give drivers back some personal time. Audi calls this the 25th hour. The system even has a camera monitoring the driver to ensure they’re prepared to retake control in under 10 seconds. While you can’t race it on a test drive, if you want to see the potential power, check out an Audi A8 at Tucson Audi.

There are still legal and regulatory hurdles to cross in Europe and the U.S. before the 2019 Audi A8s Traffic Jam Pilot can be fully activated, but Audi anticipates clearing them soon. But the A8s wide selection of conventional V6 and V8 engines, innovative hybrid powertrains, driver aid technologies and active suspension don’t face such hurdles. And they’re ready to be unleashed. That includes a hybrid engine with which the battery’s inductive charging pad rises up from the floor of the garage.

Audi also uses a new very powerful 48-volt electrical system combined with road-reading laser sensors that improves the ride of the 2019 A8 by enabling the car’s suspension to respond almost instantly to potholes and bumps by raising and lowering the height of the wheels electronically. A computer-assisted, more precise electric power steering system that measures needed assistance and steering feedback will also debut on the 2019 Audi A8 and gradually make its way into the rest of Audi’s line up.

Laser headlights that can double the full beam’s reach and a touch-operated, twin flat screen center console with improved intuitive operation will also be featured in the 2019 version of the Audi A8. These and many other technological advances make this new Audi a game changer. One that will attract a new generation of buyers facing grueling, tedious, traffic jams in cities like Los Angeles, New York and Miami for whom those new technologies will be a godsend.

The market for full-size sedans has shrunk significantly. Some buyers have moved on to SUVs like the Range Rover and the Infinity Q7. A number of young drivers associate full-sized sedans with fat-cat values and outdated technologies. But the 2019 Audi A8 can change that perception with its innovations and the many benefits they offer. To this new generation of car buyers, Audi represents the future of automotive technology. And the 2019 Audi A8 is light years ahead of the competition in the technologies it offers. As usual Audi is showing its mastery of the art and science of automotive engineering.

With their Level Three autonomous system, laser headlights, electrical, laser-assisted road reading suspension, precise, computer-assisted, electric power steering systems and other technological advances, the 2019 Audi A8 has a major advantage over the automobiles available today. It’s also way ahead of what other automakers have in development. The 2019 A8 shows the future belongs to Audi.

With the 2018 Audi A5 Cabriolet, Audi offers a renaissance droptop with the ability to do just about everything well. Convertibles rarely change. The idea of having an automobile with a retractable roof has been bandied about even before cars were invented. And Audi has had droptops as a mainstay of their line-up for decades. In the U.S., Audi markets four convertibles. The small, affordably-priced A3 for budget-minded sun seekers. The stylish TT for people with sportier, more style-conscious tastes. The wild R8 Spyder designed for those that want to cause a stir. And the perfectly priced, perfect size, mid-level A5 and S5.

Now there’s the newly redesigned Audi A5 Cabriolet. A vehicle that’s polished, swift, refined and a joy when it comes to open-air driving. The droptop A5 offers performance galore. It’s 360 pounds heavier than the coupe. This gives it a zero-to-60 time of 5.6 seconds. But the A5 cabriolet only needs 145-foot to stop when travelling at 70 mph, 7 feet less than the hardtop. Still, both vehicles are very impressive on the track.

When it comes to cornering and braking, the four-cylinder A5 tops even the performance-oriented Mercedes-AMG C43 cabriolet,. While the Audi S5 cabriolet with its 354-horsepower V-6 engine is faster in a short sprint, the A5 with its snappy 2.0 Ot’s turbocharged inline-four combined with its seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission is a better value than the S5 when you consider the price difference.

Audi’s has expertly tuned the chassis of the A5 so it better balances its superb performance with its genuinely relaxed character. That makes it the perfect luxury droptop for the fair-weather daily driver. It has a plush, composed ride quality and a stiff structure that never quivers. Even when in the much firmer Dynamic driving mode harsh impacts almost never penetrate the cabin.While you may love the convertible, you may want to check out other Audi models, and you can at Tucson Audi. You can check out an Audi A5, or many other models.

Audi has stayed with traditional softtops so far, presumably because they’re lighter and easier to pack than the retractable hardtops some of its competitors favor. The cloth top of the A5 cabriolet insulates the cabin well when raised and there’s only a minor amount of noticeable wind noise when sailing down the highway. The top can be lowered in 15 seconds and can be done when the car is travelling as fast as 31 mph. When its roof is folded, it reduces the trunk space from 9 to 7 cubic feet. Audi also offers a wind deflector that can be removed. But the A5 cabriolet doesn’t need it even when speeding down the highway. Plus the deflector takes up the all the generous rear seat space when installed. Without it, the rear seats can accommodate two adults.

The A5 cabriolet convertible costs almost $7000 more than if you bought the coupe. Plus if you opt for the Prestige-trim-level with the Driver Assistance package, adaptive dampers, Luxury package and 19-inch wheels, the price of the Audi A5 cabriolet is $65,050. That’s a reasonable price to pay for an A5 that does almost everything well and is practically perfect.

The new Audi A8 has an active suspension system that can read the road ahead to ensure occupant enjoy an unruffled ride. The vehicle features a futuristic new camera-linked adaptive suspension. Plus the 2018 Audi A8 features several global automotive firsts to improve comfort and passive safety while maximizing dynamism. It has an electromechanical suspension system powered by a 48-volt main electrical system. Its dynamic all-wheel steering creates a perfect balance between agility and stability and gives the vehicle an even smaller turning circle than the A4.

This innovative new Audi A8 will make its world debut on July 11 in Barcelona at the inaugural Audi Summit. It’s the most advanced model the company has ever launched. The all-new Audi A8’s active suspension uses advanced camera technology connected to each wheel’s individual electric motor. This lets each wheel adapt to road surface changes precisely. This provides the vehicle with the most finely differentiated balance it’s ever had.To see it in person and get a feel for an Audi A8, check one out at Tucson Audi.

This is possible because of the A8s new 48-volt electrical system-powered active suspension. It’s the first time it’s been used as the primary electrical system.

The all-new active suspension is a fully active suspension system that’s electromechanical. It drives each wheel individually plus it adapts to the road conditions. Each wheel’s electric motor is powered by the electrical system. The additional components of the system include gears, a rotary tube, an internal titanium torsion bar, plus a lever which uses a coupling rod to exerts as much as 811.3 lb-ft of pressure on the suspension.

The system is predictive and preventative. The front camera detects upcoming roadway bumps and adjusts the active suspension. Before the car hits the bump, the system causes the actuators to transmit the appropriate amount of travel and control the suspension actively. This enables the suspension to react at the right time and eliminate jolts and vibrations. This complex process takes mere milliseconds. The camera provides road surface information about 18 times a second.

The electronic chassis platform reads the road surface information then controls all suspension components in near real time. In conjunction with the A8’s fine-tuned air suspension, this innovative suspension concept provides a completely new driving experience and a high level of comfort no matter if a dynamic driving style is used. The active suspension influences and minimises the rolling movements when cornering as well as pitching movements when accelerating and braking.

The active suspension combined with Audi’s pre-sense 360˚ safety system takes the passive safety on the A8 to a new level. Using sensors networked into its central driver assistance controller, the system detects collision risks around the car. If side impact is imminent at over 15mph, the suspension actuators quickly raises the car’s body as much as 80 mm in a half second. This directs the collision to stronger areas of the vehicle like its floor structure or side sills. This as much as 50% of the load the occupants experience.

The new Audi A8 will be released in the UK in late 2017.

Why you need to look at an Audi A4

If you’re interested in driving one of the best automobiles on the market today then check out the 2017 Audi A4. This an impeccably engineered sport-luxury sedan that aces just about every test. This vehicle embodies almost everything people love about Audi. It provides excellent performance, advanced technology, modern design and sumptuous comfort. The 2017 version of the A4 is an amazing sedan that perfectly combines sportiness and luxury with power, responsiveness, style and understated elegance that puts it in a class by itself.

From its understated, sleek, aerodynamic exterior to its whisper quiet interior this automobile is the epitome of refinement and advanced engineering. Step on the accelerator and you can feel the potent turbocharged engine’s power as it invigorates your driving experience. Look around the inside and you’ll soon realize you are surrounded by a wide array of futuristic, sophisticated, cutting-edge technology. The 2017 Audi A4 is the perfect blend of art and science tuned to a razor’s edge and completely under your control. Driving it is an exhilarating experience you’ll never forget. If you are already excited, you can check a new Audi A4 out at Tucson Audi.

The redesigned 2017 Audi A4 has a new chassis, an updated, powerful, turbocharged inline-four engine, plus an exciting array of incredible new features. Audi has even added the Ultra, a fuel-economy-focused A4 powered by a 2.0-liter turbocharged inline four engine, to its lineup. Just in case you feel guilty about driving a car that features incredible handling, superior performance, sophisticated technology and rugged good-looks. With the Ultra you can soothe your soul and enjoy the peace of mind of knowing it’s not a gas guzzler and you are saving some money.

The 2017 Audi A4 gives you all types of trims and options from which to choose. Get any 2.0T model with Quattro all-wheel drive and it comes with a sweet six-speed manual transmission. That a great choice for increased driver engagement. The vehicle’s outstanding mix of standard features include remote keyless entry, voice controlled 7.0-inch center infotainment display, Bluetooth streaming audio and voice command, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, a 10-speaker, 180-watt audio system with a CD player, a sliding/tilting sunroof and a partridge in a pear tree.

If you want even more get the excellent mid-level Premium Plus trim. This gives your A4 push-button start, heated front seats and a 19-speaker, 755-watt Bang & Olufsen audio system that comes with SiriusXM satellite radio and much more. When you choose the Premium Plus trim you have the option to get the Technology package with its 12.3-inch Virtual Cockpit display and an 8.3-inch center infotainment display along with navigation as well as rear cross-traffic assist.

With the A4’s Premium trim, you get great-looking 18-inch wheel while the Sports package has 19-inch wheels some feel changes the car’s ride quality. Overall you can get a well-equipped A4 with an impressive amount of technology for about $47,400. Plus you can add a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission at no extra cost. But if you want any paint color besides black or white it costs an additional $575.

In May German automaker Audi set a new sales record. Yet the company still isn’t satisfied. There new goal is to sell more of their utility vehicles in the U.S. The company is in the process of changing its ethos of marketing luxury coupes and sedans to having an increased emphasis on increasing the number of utility vehicles they sell. Practicality and usability are the premiums Audi plans to promote to their customers to sell more of these larger automobiles. The new additions to the Audi lineup including the A5 Sportback as well as the redesigned A4 Allroad, are aimed at the American market.

Internationally, Audi’s high-priced Q-Line of SUVs that includes the Q5, SQ5 and Q7 make up a significant portion of the company’s sales. Audi would like to see this segment pick up significantly more customers in the United States. The automaker is in the process of upgrading its entire line of SUVs. It is a process that is anticipated to last until some time in 2018. The company is optimistic that it will be able to make significant inroads into the American market with its redesigned SUVs and crossovers. They feel as if they already have some traction in the North American market.

Recently Audi celebrated their 77th month of increased sales in the United States. The company sees this as the ideal time to make a push to increase the market for its utility vehicles. Since Audi first sold 100,000 automobiles in the United States in 2010, sales of Audi automobiles have more than doubled. The company is now prepared to make a serious push to ensure their utility vehicles gets a larger share of the very lucrative American utility vehicle market. Audi has long had the reputation for producing high-quality, technologically advanced automobiles. Their utility vehicles are following in that tradition, and if you want to check see any Acura’s out for yourself, check one out at Tucson Audi.

Audi is banking on the fact that people love their automobiles and all they have to offer to increase the sales numbers of their utility vehicles. Audi automobiles are known for their excellent performance, great looks, stylishness and groundbreaking technological advancements. Their utility vehicles are comfortable, powerful and versatile. This combination has helped them to secure a large segment of utility vehicle sales internationally. The company doesn’t think it’s too farfetched to think that they can attract more American buyers as well.

Audi believes it is just a matter of time and giving the American automobile buyer more access to and more information about their utility vehicles and their sales numbers will increase. It’s easy to see a growing number of people in the U.S. market embracing the new A5 Sportback, the reimagined A4 Allroad, the Q5, SQ5,Q7 and all the other vehicles in the Audi Q-Line of SUVs as well as all the improved utility vehicles in the Audi line-up. Plus as Audi integrates their electronic and driver assistance technologies with the power and performance of their vehicles, the company seems poised reach their new goal and set yet another U.S. sales record.

A Look at the 2018 Audi Q5

Although the Audi Q5 was already among the top crossovers in it class, the all-new model is even more impressive. Not only does the 2018 Audi Q5 deliver a sportier performance on the road, but it also offers more space for families. Cutting-edge technologies, such as Audi’s new Virtual Cockpit gauge cluster, promise to further enhance your driving experience.

You will love the 2018 Audi Q5’s extra power under the hood. Its turbocharged four-cylinder engine now develops a healthy 253 horsepower and 273 pound-feet of torque. A new seven-speed, dual-clutch automatic transmission makes the small crossover feel especially responsive. With a swift 0-60 time of 5.8 seconds, the 2018 Audi Q5 is noticeably quicker than most of its competitors. Amazingly, drivers can still look forward to getting up to 27 mpg. An on-demand Quattro AWD system enables the Q5 to confidently tackle snowy roads without sacrificing any fuel economy. When activated, the AWD system’s off-road setting ensures the maximum traction.

Audi also tuned the new Q5 to offer better body control. Whether you are cruising down the interstate or taking a scenic drive through the country, you will grow to appreciate the crossover’s smooth driving dynamics. It feels incredibly balanced and athletic. The new Q5 is definitely a great alternative to a sports sedan, and to see it in action, head on down to Tucson Audi, where you can see one in action and take one for a spin.

There is no overlooking the Q5’s sophisticated styling. Its body is a bit more refined than before. Striking headlights and Audi’s signature grill help set the Q5 apart from today’s other small crossovers. Dual exhaust outlets come standard on every trim. Everyone on the road will notice the Q5’s powerful stance. Some of the lustrous paint colors include Matador Red, Mythos Black, and Manhattan Gray.

On the inside, the 2018 Audi Q5 looks spectacular from every angle. All on the interior materials have a high-quality appearance. Perhaps the crossover’s biggest improvement is its roomier design. Your passengers will enjoy significantly more legroom. Sliding and reclining rear seats transform the Q5 into an especially relaxing family vehicle. The new Q5 is great for daily commuting and comfortable enough for long-distance road trips.

Audi offers a number of high-tech goodies for the 2018 model. Boasting a high-resolution screen, the fully digital Virtual Cockpit gauge cluster has impressed the entire automotive world. If you happen to be traveling out of town, the Virtual Cockpit can be configured to display Google Street View images. Meanwhile, Audi’s MMI infotainment system seamlessly integrates with your smartphone. Music fans may not be able to resist the 755-watt Bang & Olufsen audio system.

Expect the 2018 Audi Q5 to offer a superior level of passenger safety. The SUV’s class-leading braking performance will give you an extra peace of mind. In the event that an obstacle suddenly crosses your path, you will be to stop on a dime. Several advanced safety innovations are available. Audi Pre Sense comes standard, which prepares the Q5 for a potential collision. Blind-spot detection and rear cross-traffic alert are offered as well.