A3/S3/RS 3: The redesigned A3 sedan, delayed by the COVID-19 outbreak and related production shutdowns, goes on sale late this year in the U.S. The wheelbase is unchanged, but the car is slightly longer, wider and taller than the current model, and driver headroom is improved. The cockpit has been completely redesigned.
A4/S4/A4 Allroad: The A4 family will be redesigned for one final product cycle in 2023, adding safety features as well as improved infotainment and user interfaces in the cockpit, similar to the A3. Expect the 12-volt mild-hybrid system to stay.
A5/S5/RS 5: Like the A4, the A5 family will be redesigned in 2023 for one last full product cycle and will keep the 12-volt mild-hybrid system it received for the 2021 model year. The redesign is expected to include improved infotainment and Audi's latest digital cockpit, as well as added safety and driver-assistance features.
A6/S6: A freshened Audi A6 midsize sedan lineup is due to arrive in the U.S. in the second half of 2022, with upgraded driver-assistance technologies as well as improved infotainment offerings, along with styling changes. A mild-hybrid system is also expected.
A7/S7/RS 7: Like the A6, Audi's fastback sedan is expected to be freshened in the second half of 2022.
Look for the addition of a mild-hybrid system as well as improved driver-assistance and infotainment offerings to go along with tweaked styling.
A8/S8: A freshened A8 sedan, delayed by COVID-19, is due to arrive in the U.S. in the first half of 2022.
The flagship sedan will add a mild-hybrid system to improve power and fuel economy, and it will be updated with the latest infotainment system. Driver-assistance systems will also improve.
TT/TTS/TT RS: The two-seat sport coupe and its derivatives would be due for a redesign in 2024, but that redesign is likely to mean an end to its current gasoline-powered engine.
If the TT name lives on, it's likely to be as a high-performance electric roadster, but there's no indication yet that Audi has greenlighted a transition.
R8: Like the TT, the V-10 supercar won't be V-10-powered for long. Audi is hinting that the R8 name might live on in another high-performance form — one powered by batteries. If it does, an R8 BEV would be expected in 2024.
Q3: A freshening of the compact crossover is on track to arrive in the U.S. in 2023 and will likely include the addition of a mild-hybrid system.