Audi shows the front of the Q8 with a new teaser

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The presentation of the new Audi Q8 is becoming more and more intense, which will take place next June and a few months later we will see it as a star at the Paris Motor Show confirmed by the manufacturer.

For now, the new SUV will be the largest offered in the four-ring brand being on sale before the end of the year. The last video teaser emitted is almost a short film in which we can see the new Audi SUV appreciating the front view, with a design that practically does not adopt many changes compared to the Audi Q8 Sports Concept.

The face of what will be the flagship model in the German brand has a large radiator grille, the widest we will see in a signature model, with the three-dimensional edges finished in a matt chrome and thin vertical bars as the in a similar design to the Audi Q8 Concept.

In the clarified image we can see a bumper with large air intakes on the sides and although it is not noticeable, in the central section will have a thinner horizontal just below the license plate. In addition, we can see the new luminous signature of LED daylight, in the form of “L” inverted in line by the lower edge of the headlights and going up the outer edge.

Even in this picture, you can see above You’ll see that Audi designers have maintained the sharp styling of the headlights, just as engine vents seem to be kept under them too. Even the colour you see on the body seems to be the same orange colour of the Q8 Sports Concept with a metallic finish.

The new Audi Q8 will be a little wider than its younger brother, the Q7, and the first of the offer with a coupe style. Its interior will be of maximum luxury with the same concept of screens as the A8, A7 Sportback and the new A6, in addition to offering a wide range of mechanics among which will stand out a diesel of six cylinders in V and 3.0 liters with a maximum power of 282 HP and 48-volt semi-hybrid technology, offering a torque greater than 600 Nm, figures that will allow it to accelerate from zero to 100 km / h in less than six seconds.

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