The new Audi Q8 concept has been revealed in a teaser video. Audi’s new concept, called the Q8, will be presented during the Detroit Auto Show. The new Audi model will be expanding the company’s lineup for the SUV coup-style.
Audi’s new teaser highlights some crucial aspects of the Q8. Sources suggested that the new model will make its way to production as Audi prepares to utilize the coupe-style.
The Audi Q8 concept gives a glimpse of what the production model would look like. The creation fuses the emotional styling mostly seen in an SUV with a coupe-style. Moreover, people are excited that an SUV offers a spacious interior.
What to Expect on the New Audi Q8 Concept
The Q8 is a large and stylish SUV with coupe-styled roof pattern. The front end of the car shows the evolution of Audi’s design. It is characterized by a grille wider than any of the company’s current models. The Q8’s grille adopts chromed vertical slats. Audi utilized a styling cue coming from the Maserati Levante.
The new Audi has a discreet e-tron emblem placed at the front bumper. Left Lane News reported that the e-tron emblem might signify that the new Q8 somewhat uses electricity. Audi has expressed its desire to innovate an electric car crossover aimed at Tesla X. This means that the Audi Q8 concept will use a battery-powered drivetrain. Some experts believe that the Q8 will use a hybrid drivetrain with a fused gasoline-electric plug-in.
Audi Q8 Concept Other Details
According to CarWale, the side part of the new model shows Quattro stickers. The Q8 hopes to remain true to Audi’s design on sending power to its four wheels.
The car’s headlights and tail lights hint that Audi is aiming at a futuristic design. However, it is still uncertain whether the LED lights would find its way to production stage.
The teaser also displays a sensitive B-pillar mounted Audi logo. Also, this pillar is designed to open doors with a single push of the thumb instead of traditional door handles.
Most of the technical details for the Q8 are not available yet. Audi’s concept will debut at the North American International Detroit Auto Show. The company aims to present a design study close to production.