The Audi Q8 combines the elegance of a four-door luxury coupé with the practical versatility of a large SUV. Richly equipped, comprehensively connected and tough enough for off-road duty, it is a confident companion for business and leisure. Expressive design with the Singleframe grille and features from the original Audi quattro. Generous, elegant interior, touch operating concept and high-tech navigation: The Audi Q8 is a confident companion for business and leisure.
With the imposing Singleframe grille in octagonal design, the Audi Q8 is the face of the Q family. The brawny radiator grille stands upright and, together with the spoiler that has been drawn toward the front and the large, highly contoured air inlets, emphasizes the self-confident look. The elegantly sloping roofline terminates in gently inclined D-pillars and rests against the quattro blisters above the wheel arches, which house up to 22-inch wheels. A light strip connects the units at the rear.
Redefining sportiness. With its powerful plug-in hybrid drive and fascinating design language, the Audi Q8 TFSI e is Audi’s most progressive SUV coupé to date. It offers thrilling fun at the wheel as well as smart charging solutions for at home and on the go.
The most powerful SUV coupé from Audi Sport: the RS Q8² with 441 kW (600 hp) of power. In addition to its RS performance, this impressive vehicle is capable of extraordinary transformations – both in its driving experience and in its design.
A progressive design, a powerful engine, quattro permanent all-wheel drive and high levels of comfort for all occupants – in the Audi SQ8 TFSI² you experience a combination of a dynamic full-size class coupé, an emotional sports car and a spacious SUV. An extensive range of infotainment offers comes as standard to complete the package.
Whether parking, in the city or on long journeys – the Audi Q8 supports its driver in many situations. Among the systems contributing here are the optional; adaptive cruise assist, efficiency assist, crossing assist, lane change warning, curb warning and 360 degree cameras. Behind all of these features is the central driver assistance controller. It continuously computes a differentiated model of the surroundings and uses this to manage the assistance systems. The required data is obtained – depending on the selected options – from up to five radar sensors, six cameras and twelve ultrasound sensors.