A6/S6: The midsize sedans were redesigned in 2018, with the A6 arriving in the first half of 2019 and the S6 due in the last half. They will be due for a freshening in 2022.
A7/S7/RS 7: A new generation of Audi's fastback sedan arrived this year in the U.S. Redesigns of the sporty S7 and high-performance RS 7 variants will follow in the second half of 2019. A freshening can be expected in 2022.
A8/S8: The redesigned A8 flagship sedan arrived in 2018, and the sporty S model will show up in U.S. dealerships in the second half of 2019.
The models will be due for a freshening in 2022.
TT/TTS/TT RS: To T's, or not two T's — that is the question. The two-seat sport coupe and its derivatives were freshened this year and scheduled to be killed off by Ingolstadt, in part to offset the costs of electrification.
But that raised a stink among enthusiasts, and brand head Bram Schot suggested later that the car would live on for another generation, maybe in a different form. In any case, what will — or won't — happen is likely to be done by the end of 2023.
R8: A freshening was done in 2019, but Schot suggested in March that the current model would be the curtain call for the Four Rings' high-powered R8 in its current form. Look for Audi's low-volume V-10 supercar to morph into something else when its run is done, probably four years from now, but what that might look like is unknown.
Q3: The small crossover has been redesigned onto the MQB platform and will appear in U.S. showrooms in late 2019. It will be due for a freshening in 2023, given Audi's product cycle.
Q4 e-tron: The full-electric compact cross-over is a new model expected to join the lineup in 2021 as Audi's third battery-electric vehicle.
Q5/SQ5: The redesigned Q5/SQ5, which arrived in the U.S. in 2018, are due for a freshening in 2021.
Q7: A freshening of Audi's large crossover is due in the second half of 2020.
Q8: The new five-seat crossover sportback went on sale in 2018 and will be freshened in 2022, under Audi's current product cycle.
E-tron Quattro crossover: The battery- electric crossover went on sale in early 2019 in the U.S. to lead Audi's bid to capture EV market share in the premium segment. It will be due for a freshening in 2023.
E-tron GT: The full-electric sportback sedan, first shown at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November as a concept, will join the Audi lineup in the U.S. in 2021.