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The new Audi Q8 will arrive in Russia in late 2018: AvtoMedia: VladTaim

The new German premium crossover Audi Q8 will be on sale in Russia in the fourth quarter of 2018. This information was shared with journalists by the Moscow branch of the company.

The novelty came to the European car market in August this year. While the car is equipped with a 3-liter 286-strong turbodiesel, but gasoline modifications will come to dealers' dealerships next year.

The new Audi Q8 was built on the MLB Evo architecture. The car got a 5-seater interior and aggressive design. The new Audi Q8 is designed to push the market for the crossovers of the BMW X6 and Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe. It is noted that the built-in engines are powered by an 8-speed automatic transmission with a four-wheel drive system. Optionally, customers are able to fully control the chassis and air suspension. The car can also receive a hybrid module consisting of a starter-generator and a lithium-ion battery.

In Germany, the new Audi Q8 will cost from 76,300 euros. In Russia, the car can cost more than a diesel modification of the Audi Q7 crossover, the price of which starts from 4,400,000 rubles.

Dmitry Pavlichko



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