The new Audi Q8 has just arrived in Brazil in two versions – Performance and Performance Black, a four-door SUV Coupé with great versatility. The model is manufactured at the Bratislava plant in Slovakia.
Q8, as the most technological vehicle in the German manufacturer’s Family Q, is synonymous with innovation, safety, representing the new era of Audi brand design.
It is equipped with 3.0 TFSI engine that generates 340 horsepower. The eight-speed Tiptronic transmission enables smooth and immediate gear changes. The SUV reaches 100 km/h in 5.9 seconds. The all-wheel drive system is strong and efficient.
Design, immediately, refers to power and sophistication. With an octagonal design, the Singleframe grid is imposing, as is the spoiler and large air vents, displaying a more aggressive look with striking contours.
Featuring one of the major design innovations of recent years, the doors come without frames, and the roofline extends visually along the body, ending in the long roof spoiler.
As a signature of German’s main models, at the rear, a narrow, high-gloss black element with integrated light cues extends between the taillights. The headlights carry Full LED technology and highlight the unique lines.
It is not enough to be modern. It must be simple, as simplicity is the new luxury. Inside the Q8, the top 10.1-inch MMI touchscreen display is the central element controlling the entertainment and navigation systems. The bottom display is 8.6 inches, managing air conditioning and other comfort functions.
Architecture and functionality connect each other through precise, easy-to-understand symbols and commands. Intelligent in dialogue, the SUV Coupé allows for voice control with colloquial language. It also offers high quality Bang & Olufsen sound system, which delivers 3D sound with the same acoustics in the front seats (available only in Performance Black version).
Audi Q8 arrives in Brazil in both versions, and those interested can enjoy special conditions for a limited time.
Source: Audi – images: release (August, 2019)