Audi Q9 For China

China appears to be getting the Audi Q9.  

According to Carscoops the Audi Q9 has been seen camouflaged.

Rumors of a Q9 SUV have been around since 2013 when Audi first trademarked the name. In 2018 and 2020 more rumours began about a BMW X7 rival, but the latest information refers to a large SUV designed only for China. 

The SUV appears to be quite long with a stretched wheelbase and a muscular body.

Expected to ride on a stretched version of VW Group’s MLB Evo platform, the Q9 will reportedly measure around 5,200 mm (204.7 inches). For comparison, the second-gen Q7 that premiered in 2015 and received a facelift in 2019 is 5,063 mm (199.3 inches) long. In terms of powertrains, the range will likely include a plug-in hybrid variant alongside ICE-powered versions using the latest petrol engines from Audi’s portfolio.

The hexagonal single-frame grille is flanked by slim LED headlights in a dual setup. The high-mounted horizontally arranged LED taillights below the inclined rear windshield look like an extension to the toned rear fenders extending all the way from the rear doors.

The interior will feature three rows of seats and a panoramic sunroof. Design-wise it is expected to mirror Audi’s latest offerings with a fully digital cockpit and premium materials.

Visit Carscoops to view pictures and more information on the Audi Q9.



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