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2023 Audi Cars, All you want to know & watch about a Great Car

 

2023 Audi Cars: Changes to A3, RS5, S6, and E-Tron GT Stand Out

Most of Audi’s car models gain more content this year.

2022 Audi RS3 5

Continual improvement is the theme for Audi’s 2023 car lineup. The brand applies a smattering of enhancements across its range, even to cars that debuted only a year ago. Most of the updates entail minor feature, package, or stylistic changes. Although that’s the case for the S6 and S7, these sporty Audis also get a reworked engine that promises livelier performance. Click through to see what’s new on every 2023 Audi car—just keep in mind supply chain constraints may inhibit availability of some of the features listed here. Ask your Audi dealer for details.

Alex Leanse – Writer
MotorTrend
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What’s New for 2023: Audi

 

Audi ramps up for the 2023 model year with more standard equipment across its lineup of tech-forward luxury cars and SUVs, and a planned expansion of its E-Tron brand of electric vehicles.

Audi’s been pushing for matrix LED headlights for some time, and thanks to U.S. regulators finally relaxing an arcane rule separating high beams from low beams, many 2023 Audis will come standard with adaptive matrix LED headlights. But, an Audi representative told us the lights “are not active at this time” and they don’t have any additional insight for now.

This style of light design can shut off certain LED cells to keep from blinding oncoming motorists while still illuminating the road and roadsides. The previous iteration of adaptive headlights would automatically shut off high beams when it detected an approaching car. The matrix-style adaptive headlights read the road and other cars better, and adjust its projections accordingly.

Electric vehicles remain a priority for VW’s luxury brand. After much delay, Audi expects the Q4 and Q4 Sportback electric crossovers to go on sale later this year, and bolster its claim that it will have more battery electric vehicles on sale in the U.S. than any other luxury brand. That could include the next iteration of the R8 supercar. Audi EVs still qualify for the full $7,500 federal tax credit.

Here are the changes big and small lighting up Audi’s path to 2023.

 

New models

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Audi Q4 and Q4 Sportback E-Tron

– Compact crossover and sportier hatch originally planned for 2022 may be a 2023 model; Audi isn’t committing.

– Related to the roomy Volkswagen ID.4, the Q4 uses an 82-kwh battery pack and comes in single-motor rear-wheel-drive or dual-motor all-wheel-drive versions.

– The single-motor Q4 40 makes 201 hp and 229 lb-ft of torque and has an estimated range of 250 miles. It will cost $45,095, including a $1,195 destination fee (all subsequent prices include this destination fee).

– The dual-motor Q4 50 makes 295 hp and 339 lb-ft, and goes from 0-60 mph in 5.8 seconds. It has a targeted range of 241 miles and will start at $51,095.

– Charge rates and times have not been confirmed.

 

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2022 Audi RS 3

– The high-performance version of the A3 compact sedan uses a 2.5-liter turbo-5 (yup, five odd cylinders) that makes 401 hp and 369 lb-ft of torque in Euro spec models. Audi clocks it at a top speed of 180 mph and a 0-62 mph time of 3.8 seconds. U.S. specs to come.

– It has a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic, a choice of suspensions including one with adaptive dampers, variable steering, larger brakes, a torque-vectoring rear differential, and 19-inch wheels with available Pirelli P Zero Trofeo R tires.

– Goes on sale this spring.

 

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2023 Audi E-Tron

2023 Audi E-Tron

2023 Audi E-Tron SUV and Sportback

– Five-seat SUV set for a mid-cycle refresh with a reported range increase from 222 miles to about 300 miles.

– Spy shots suggest a new front fascia that looks more like the Q4.

– Audi has not confirmed the 2023 model year for the updated E-Tron.

 

2023 A3 small sedan

– A3 gets standard LED headlights.

– Price increases about $1,000 to $36,095.

 

2023 A4 compact sedan and A5 coupe

– A4 comes with standard LED headlights and running lights.

– A4 price increases about $1,000 to $41,095.

– A5 gets new 18-inch wheel designs and matrix LED headlights, and adaptive cruise control now comes with the Convenience package.

– A5 Cabriolet comes standard with S line exterior trim, illuminated door sills, wood inlays, and front sport seats.

– A5 price increases $2,610 to $47,195; A5 Cabriolet prices start at $54,095.

 

2023 Audi Q3

– Small crossover now comes standard with LED headlights and running lights and a wireless smartphone charger.

– Price increases $1,650 from last year to $37,595.

 

2023 Audi Q5

– Compact crossover comes standard with adaptive cruise control.

– Base price increases $200 to $44,495.

 

2023 Audi Q7

– Three-row crossover SUV with standard AWD has an uprated base 2.0-liter turbo-4. It makes 261 hp this year, up from 248. It starts at $58,695, which is $1,800 more than the 2022 Audi Q7.

– Matrix LED headlights standard on Q7 45 Premium Plus and above grades.

– The Q7 55 and its 335-hp 3.0-liter turbo-6 start at $64,295.

– SQ7’s 500-hp 4.0-liter twin-turbo V-8 returns, and 22-inch wheels are available for the first time. It starts at $89,695.

 

2023 Audi Q8

– Five-seat crossover SUV adds standard matrix LED headlights, animated headlights and taillights, and a reshuffling of trim packages.

– Q8 55 is still powered by a 335-hp twin-turbo V-6 that helps the large SUV reach 60 mph in 5.6 seconds. Price is about $500 more than last year at $71,895.

– SQ8 and RS Q8 have a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V-8 making 500 hp and 591 hp, respectively, and sprinting to 60 mph in 4.3 or 3.6 seconds, respectively and respectfully. The 2023 SQ8 starts at $94,595, and the RS Q8 tops the lineup at $121,495.

 

Carryover

2023 Audi A6 and S6 mid-size sedans, and A6 Allroad and RS 6 Avant wagons

2023 Audi A7, S7, and RS7 fastback

2023 Audi A8 and S8 full-size sedans

2023 Audi E-Tron GT electric performance sedan

2023 Audi TT coupe and roadster

 

2023 Audi prices and reviews

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DISCONTINUED AUDI MODELS

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BUY USED AUDI MODELS

Audi AG is a German-based subsidiary of the venerable Volkswagen Group and a mainstream producer of luxury vehicles in the US. The now-popular brand has worked long and hard to establish itself within the highly competitive segment, where it’s now aptly positioned alongside the most famous premium logos out there.

A few things make Audi’s cars stand out from the rest, though, such as the comparatively lower pricing of Audi’s cars against similar rivals. The range is extensive and comprises a variety of different types of cars to meet just about every taste and need. So, without further ado, here’s the latest Audi lineup.

 

The Types of Audi Vehicles

  • Coupes and Convertibles: These are the sportiest and most lifestyle-centric Audi cars. They’re typically performance-oriented and are outfitted with a very driver-centric cabin, sporting the brand’s patented ‘virtual cockpit’ display. If you’re looking for a proficient Audi Series purposed for enjoyable and skilled driving without any compromise in ride quality and a luxurious cabin, this is the list to pick from.
  • Sportbacks and Sedans: For an inconspicuously proficient type of Audi that’s designed with a classy, sophisticated philosophy, this is the list of models to peruse. These are for the leisure-seekers wanting to enjoy their daily commutes in complete and consistent comfort. The potent powertrains are there only to guarantee competent and congruous performance in all on-road conditions. The casual series’ lineup is perhaps the most reliable on offer from the manufacturer.
  • SUVs and Wagons: SUVs and crossovers alike are the most popular types of motors in America. They’re the most versatile, practical, and well-rounded automobiles, and arguably some of the best Audi vehicles, too. They’re competent and capable on the road, so enthusiasts will enjoy them, and they’re compliant and comfortable, too, so casual drivers should be pleased as well. On top of those benefits, they’re impressively utilitarian, too, by virtue of their commodious interiors and expansive trunks.

 

The Best Audi Models in the USA

  • R8 Coupe: According to CarBuzz’s Audi reviews, this is the premier offering from the automaker and the finest supercar in the segment. It delivers nigh-unbeatable straight-line and cornering prowess and it has the aggressive aesthetics to match. Under its hood is a 5.2-liter V10 mill available in two states of tune for outputs of either 562 or 602 horsepower. A seven-speed automatic gearbox forwards power to a standard-fit quattro all-wheel-drive system.
  • RS 7: The 2021 version of the RS 7 is already scheduled to debut. It’ll cost around $110,000 to park in your garage but that earns you a contemporary and stylish full-size saloon that’s prepped with a mighty 4.0-liter TFSI twin-turbocharged V8. An eight-speed automated transmission does duty, directing outputs to a quattro AWD setup.
  • e-tron Sportback: The all-new, re-envisioned version of the e-tron is a pure EV midsize SUV. There are three trims to choose from, all fitted with a 95 kWh battery pack augmented with two electric motors. A single-speed electronic transmission deals with things between the powertrain and all four corners of the EV.

 

Prices of Audi’s Automobiles

Current prices for Audi cars can be summarized as follows:

 

MODEL POWER ENGINE BASE PRICE
Audi A3 Sedan 201 hp 2.0L Turbo Inline-4 Gas $34,800
Audi A4 Sedan 201 hp 2.0L Turbo Inline-4 Gas $39,900
Audi A5 Sportback 201 hp 2.0L Turbo Inline-4 Gas $43,900
Audi A6 261 hp 2.0L Turbo Inline-4 Gas $55,900
Audi A7 Sportback 335 hp 3.0L Turbo V6 Gas $69,200
Audi A8 335 hp 3.0L Turbo V6 Gas $86,500
Audi TT Coupe 228 hp 2.0L Turbo Inline-4 Gas $50,500
Audi Q3 184 hp 2.0L Turbo Inline-4 Gas $36,400
Audi Q4 e-tron TBC Electric $43,900
Audi Q5 261 hp 2.0L Turbo Inline-4 Gas $43,300

 

What to Consider Before Buying

There’s a ton of new Audi car models up for sale in the USA and an incomprehensible number of choices in general. This can result in some confusion for many prospective buyers, especially for those who don’t have an exact idea of what they want. This is why we recommend that all shoppers pop by CarBuzz’s nifty buyer’s guide and shopping tools section. Our reviews aren’t simply black and white statements of the facts, but rather nuanced, informative breakdowns of every new and used auto available in the United States. Each ride is also given a BuzzScore rating based on ten categories, which helps shoppers identify the best models for particular purposes or characteristics.

 

Pros

  • Fun-to-drive, apt, and well-balanced character
  • Sporty, modern, and sophisticated aesthetics
  • Modern, high-quality, and featureful interiors

Cons

  • All Audi models are relatively pricey
  • Not the most fuel-efficient cruisers
  • Options quickly up the cost of Audi’s

 

FAQs About Audi Cars

What’s the most expensive Audi car and which is the cheapest?

At a starting MSRP of around $180,000, the R8 Spyder is the most expensive pick from the automaker. The A3 Sedan is the most affordable saloon with the base Audi’s price coming in at around $33,000. Naturally, if you look at used models from 2019 or earlier, you can find a few select deals worth considering.

What’s the fastest and most capable 2020 Audi?

With the 602 horsepower V10 engine in play, the R8 Coupe sprints from 0 – 60 mph in a quick 3.2 seconds. It comes equipped with specially-tuned underpinnings and technologies, too, making it the fastest and most apt choices in the class let alone the range.

Are there any fully-electric 2020 Audi models?

Yes. The e-tron Sportback is an all-electric SUV and one of Audi’s latest models.
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